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A trip to a place where the past remains unchanged - but is it all in the mind?
Three women, three stages in life, one city.
The director's rescored, re-cut and restored version of his 1994 tale of love and regret.
Portrait of the tragic life of the Chinese Greta Garbo, Ruan Lingyu.
Star-crossed lovers, bizarre comedy, martial arts and class diversity in Ming dynasty China.
When spontaneous combustion claims the lives of several members of her court, an empress calls on the brilliant and inventive Detective Dee to solve the mystery.
Ageing star seeks out an anti-ageing recipe... just don't ask about the special ingredient.
The power struggle of a Triad election in Hong Kong.
The story of Ip Man, the martial arts master who trained Bruce Lee.
Exploration of the breakdown of a gay relationship.
Visually ravishing fable of maverick warriors in ancient China.
Two men, working undercover for the police and Triads respectively, have to eliminate each other to save their jobs, and their lives.
The history of a love affair that never was.
Final part of trilogy concerning undercover cop amongst triad gangs in Hong Kong and triad agent in the police.
Sex and consequences in modern Beijing.
Espionage, betrayal and athletic sex in 1940s Shanghai.
The story of an ancient Chinese battle in which a ragtag southern alliance tried to hold out against a powerful warlord from the north.
Three of Asia's premier horror directors deliver spine-tingling short tales of terror, torture and tormented twins.
Stay-At-Home Seven - September 21 to 27 Films to catch on the telly and streaming services this week
The insider Ruben Pla on moving from acting to directing with The Horror Crowd
Streaming Spotlight - San Sebastian Shell winners This week we're focusing on films that took home the top prizes in Spain
Dressing the part Steve McQueen, Amarah-Jae St. Aubyn and Micheal Ward on the costumes in Lovers Rock
Fragmented memories Sabrina Mertens and Jan Fabi on capturing something amiss in Time Of Moulting
Bond villain takes his leave Michael Lonsdale dies in Paris at 89
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