The Canadian directorial duo's debut follows Montreal-based graffiti artisti FONKi's rediscovery of his family's Cambodian origins as he finishes a mural in the country's capital.
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Architect-turned-filmmaker Steve Chen's debut revolves around a young, affluent real-estate agent's struggle to confront her crumbling relationship amid the construction frenzy in the capital of Cambodia.
Algerian documentarian Malek Bensmail tracks the daily discussions, debates and despair in one of his home country’s most vocal anti-establishment newspapers.
South Korean director Ahn Gooc-jin’s feature debut revolves around a woman’s descent into extreme behavior as she struggles to pay the hospital bills for her comatose husband.
Hong Kong director Lo Chi-leung conjures a noir-tinged thriller about a detective's investigation in a Chinese city in the 1930s.
Chinese-Korean filmmaker Zhang Lu delivers an experimental ode to cinema starring A-listers Ahn Sung-ki, Moon So-ri and Park Hae-il.
Adriano Valerio's debut feature revolves around two young Italians trying to settle into their new lives in a Romanian village.
Swiss director Pierre Maillard's Albania-set film features a war photographer seeking to redeem himself by helping a local young woman escape to Italy.
Chilean director Matias Venables’ first feature examines a middle-aged barber’s existential troubles as he confronts changes in his 30-year routine.
Paris-educated Cambodian filmmaker Rithy Panh weaves together archive footage to reflect on the history and impact of French colonialism in Indochina.