Bhutanese filmmaker Dechen Roder's first feature, bowing at Busan, revolves around a detective's investigation into the case of a missing monk and a "demoness."
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Zhang Lu's Busan festival opener features three of South Korea's top actor-directors playing suitors of a Chinese-Korean bar owner.
Albania's submission for the foreign-language film Oscar charts a rural teenager's rite of passage.
Chinese filmmaker Wang Bing documents the trials and tribulations at small garment workshops in a provincial city.
Hong Kong A-lister Shawn Yue star as a man battling bipolar disorder in young helmer Wong Chun's low-budget feature debut.
Philippine cineaste Lav Diaz's second feature in 2016 revolves around a wrongly convicted schoolteacher's struggle with fury and forgiveness after her release from prison.
Filipino rock legend Pepe Smith plays a washed-up musician angling for a comeback in Malaysian director Bradley Liew's debut at Venice Critics' Week.
Chinese-Burmese director Midi Z's Bangkok-set drama, bowing in the Venice Days sidebar, revolves around the loves, fears and loathing of two migrant workers in the Thai capital.
South Korean A-lister Hwang Jung-min stars in Lee Il-hyung's revenge caper about a jailed lawyer plotting against his corrupted former boss.
A voyeuristic landlord pulls deadly pranks on his lodgers in a thriller from the Taiwanese team behind blockbuster rom-coms 'You Are the Apple of My Eye' and 'Tiny Times.'