Tag: china

The Wild Goose Lake Review

A beautifully shot, but undercooked, neo-noir

Watch Oscar-nominated animated short film Sister

Siqi Song reflects on the impact of China's one child policy

The Wild Goose Lake trailer: Chinese director Diao Yinan returns with a pulpy neo-noir

The director's sixth film finds a home in the UK on MUBI from next month

So Long, My Son Review

China’s one-child policy is put under the microscope

So Long, My Son trailer: Get a first look at the Berlinale award-winner

Winner of best actor and actress awards in a film criticising China's one-child policy

Long Day's Journey Into Night trailer: Take a look at Bi Gan’s dreamlike film neo-noir

China's biggest most successful ever arthouse film prepares for a US release

An Elephant Sitting Still Review

The first and last film directed by Bo Hu

LFF 2018: Dead Pigs Review

There's something rotten around here and it may not be the swine

LFF 2018: Ash Is Purest White Review

Jia Zhang-ke's new film shows that time waits for no-one

Animal World Review

Rock, Paper, Scissors - THE MOVIE

Flavours of Youth trailer: A new anime from the makers of Your Name

Three stories directed by three directors set in China

Animal World trailer: Michael Douglas teams up with killer clowns

If you can figure this out you're way better than we are

Mountains May Depart Review

Time will transform mountains and rivers but will our hearts remain the same?

Almost Heaven Review

A matter of life and death...

Kung Fu Yoga Review

Kung Fu Yoga is the type of Asian fusion that leaves you feeling drained and a little nauseous. If you want Jackie Chan-style action go back to his earlier films

Railroad Tigers Review

Ben Pinsent hops on a train with Jackie Chan, in his new film Railroad Tigers, to ask if he is still the little train that can?

The Brotherhood of Blades Review

Ben Pinsent looks at the Blu Ray release of the newest Wuxia film from Lu Yang The Brotherhood of Blades