Hong Kong noir master Johnnie To's first-ever full-fledged musical, revolving around power struggles in a big corporation, will bow at Toronto and then London.
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Cao Baoping's crime thriller about three men coming to terms with their murderous misdeeds was a multiple award-winner at the Shanghai Film Festival in June.
The wartime courtship of Jackie Chan's parents inspires Mabel Cheung's Toronto-bound historical saga.
New York-based Kazuhiro Soda's documentary reveals more of Japan's social problems through stories of struggling workers at provincial shellfish processing plants.
'The Thieves' star Gianna Jun headlines Choi Dong-hoon’s blockbuster about a plot to kill a monstrous Japanese general and his Korean sidekick in Japanese-occupied Seoul in 1933.
Egypt's first found-footage horror film makes its international bow after becoming a box-office hit when released at home and in several other Middle Eastern territories in November.
'Gangs of Wasseypur' director Anurag Kashyap's big-budget historical epic revolves around gun-slinging mobsters and corrupted officials battling over the development of Mumbai from 1949 to 1969.
Japanese auteur Sion Sono's adaptation of a popular novel revolves around young women becoming prey to gun-wielding teachers and a human-pig hybrid in a world without men.
The Taipei Film Festival audience award-winner revolves around the struggle of an indigenous family resisting property developers encroaching on their ancestral land.
Taiwanese filmmaker Lee Chung's feature-length debut revolves around a hitman stumbling upon his origins.