Film Review: The Toxicity of being a ‘Wallflower’

‘Guilty feet have no rhythm’ is more than a choral lyric from a George Michael tune – it’s also a film’s study of ‘lone wolf’ gunman who take their personal frustrations out on innocents. (Cover photo: IMDb.com)

Read More
Bollywood Streaming Review: ‘Badla’

Sujoy Ghosh’s mystery thriller will mess with what you think is the truth. Amitabh Bachchan returns to the big screen with Taapsee Panu. (Cover Photo: ‘Badla’ Facebook)

Read More
Film Review: ‘One Child Nation’ is an emotionally gripping documentary about China’s war on family size

China, for 35 years, hoped to restrain its population by limiting couples to having just one child. Citizens believed the policy would help the country prosper and thrive. (Cover photo: IMDb.com)

Read More
‘Blinded by the Light’ – Opening your eyes to the intersection of music, culture and politics

Gurinder Chadha returns to the director’s chair and helms another culturally sensitive film about a Pakistani teenager in England who falls in love with Bruce Springsteen and writing.

Read More
Film Update: Dev Patel goes short, ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ in China, and India versus Pakistan

Star of Slumdog Millionaire signs onto a hamster film, while conflict in South Asia keeps Indian films out of Pakistan. Meanwhile, is China ready for Bohemian Rhapsody?

Read More
Fox Searchlight acquires Zhao’s third film, Paramount nabs and ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ at NAACP Image Awards

Chinese director’s latest film star Frances McDormand while former United International executive will promote studio films in East Asia. ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ earns nominations at NAACP Image Awards.

Read More