Everything that distinguished director Zhang Yimou’s famed opening ceremony for the 2008 Olympics feels either lacking or missing altogether here.
Taiwanese slow cinema luminary Tsai Ming-liang’s new film Days draws heartbreak and humanity out of activities as mundane as cooking and acupuncture.
While the Chinese director has won acclaim for movies like A Touch of Sin and Ash Is Purest White, his documentaries are an equally vital part of his oeuvre.
Film at Lincoln Center’s complete retrospective of Wong’s filmography offers the chance to see some of his lesser-known films.
The prolific and innovative Japanese director passed away earlier this year. Now, JAPAN CUTS is celebrating him with a series of conversations and his final film.
Liu Shichao, better known as Pangzai, has become a social media sensation with his oddly compelling videos of his everyday life.
SB Nation’s Jon Bois brings a singular style to his video storytelling.