Anthony Chen’s Wet Season, his follow up to the much-lauded Ilo Ilo, feels ostensibly like a movie about a city.
The animated TV show featuring some of DC’s most renowned characters aims to empower as much as it entertains. How do you strike that balance?
Beastars deftly uses the animal kingdom — and its high school setting — to explore central questions in human nature and societal conflict.
Tomohiko Ito’s animated feature film merges teen rom-com with heady sci-fi that asks some pretty serious questions about youth and humanity.
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Detention is the best (and, in most ways, truest) video game adaptation ever made. There, I said it.
Harley Quinn finds her wings with the Birds of Prey, while female filmmakers take (anti) superhero movies to new heights.
A movie about movies, except not really.
Award-winning Malaysian directors Quek Shiochuan and Ho Yuhang on filmmaking firsts, bromantic sparks and the strange experience of working with Netflix.
Ejen Ali: The Movie isn’t just fun and thrilling, but the rare example that franchise-based feature films can challenge and intrigue.