Poster for the movie "The Legend of the Demon Cat"

The Legend of the Demon Cat

During the Late Tang Dynasty, a manor is invaded by a demon cat and a sense of unrest befalls the capital of Changan. A poet is charged with investigating the case and meets up with a monk. The two work together and pull apart the thread of clues to reveal a history of truths leading to the events.

Poster for the movie "Twenty Two"

Twenty Two

TWENTY TWO follows the lives of the elderly survivors who were forced into sex slavery as “Comfort Women” by the Japanese during World War II. At the time of filming, only 22 of these women were still alive to tell their story; through their own personal histories and perspectives, they tell a tale that should never be forgotten to generations unaware of the brutalization that occurred.

Poster for the movie "Battle of the Warriors"

Battle of the Warriors / A Battle of Wits

In 370 B.C, China was separated as seven nations and several other small tribes, one of these being the city state of Liang. The nation of Zhao is led by the terrifying Xiang Yangzhong who orders his troops to conquer the small city. Leaping to the defense of the people of Liang is ‘Ge Li’ from the Mo-Tsu tribe, their last hope from the terrors of Yangzhong’s troops.

Poster for the movie "The House"

The House

When her husband’s drug addiction destroys her perfect life, Jane (Maggie Siu) is forced to support herself and her young daughter, Ling, by taking a job as a security guard. One night Ling sees a soaking wet child doing homework at her desk. Eventually, Jane also felt that something unnatural was in the house; strange noises occur with frequency and she feels that an unseen presence is spying on her. Jane soon finds out that … Read more

Poster for the movie "Home Sweet Home"

Home Sweet Home

When an outwardly perfect family moves into a labyrinthine apartment complex with a dark history, their fragile façade soon begins to crumble to the ground in a captivating horror-drama directed by Cheang Poi Soi and starring Shu Qi. May’s (Qi) son has gone missing, and in order to win him back, the devoted mother is going to have to face her worst fears as she navigates a treacherous maze of incomprehensible evil. If she can … Read more

Poster for the movie "Hidden Heroes"

Hidden Heroes

Office Yohji Ho meets a female android who comes from the future, in a drug raid. The android’s mission is to ensure the death of Yohji…

Poster for the movie "AV"

AV

The story of four soon-to-be-college grads who are about to embark on the big adventure known as life. The foursome make an elaborate plan to hire a Japanese porn actress (or “AV Girl”) for a fake film. Then…they’ll have sex with her. What could go wrong?

Poster for the movie "Talking Cock the Movie"

Talking Cock the Movie

Talking Cock has what no other Singaporean movie has…a sense of humor. Not just concerning the subject matter at hand, but also concerning itself. The Python-esque flick jumps from story to story embracing the language the Singaporean government would love its citizens to forget. Showcasing Singapore’s ability to produce something of actual merit, Talking Cock doesn’t just talk cock…it walks it too…if that makes any sense.

Poster for the movie "The Hundred Regiments Offensive"

The Hundred Regiments Offensive

The Hundred Regiments Offensive is a 2015 Chinese war epic film directed by Ning Haiqiang and Zhang Yuzhong, starring Tao Zeru, Liu Zhibing, Yin Xiaotian, Wu Yue, Tang Guoqiang, Wang Wufu, Deng Chao, and Ma Xiaowei. It was released in China on August 28, 2015 to commemorate the 70th anniversary of Japan’s surrender.[

Poster for the movie "Chronicles of the Ghostly Tribe"

Chronicles of the Ghostly Tribe

In 1979, a young soldier is working in China’s snowcapped mountains when an explosion reveals bizarre fossils hidden deep in the mountain caverns. What they discover next will change his life and human history forever. The film is an adaptation of Tianxia Bachang’s 2006 best-selling novel Ghost Blows Out the Light. Chronicles of the Ghostly Tribe was released in China on September 30, 2015.

Poster for the movie "Farewell My Concubine"

Farewell My Concubine

Abandoned by his prostitute mother in 1920, Douzi was raised by a theater troupe. There he meets Shitou and over the following years the two develop an act entitled, “Farewell My Concubine,” that brings them fame and fortune. When Shitou marries Juxian, Doutzi becomes jealous, the beginnings of the acting duo’s explosive breakup and tragic fall take root.

Poster for the movie "One And Eight"

One And Eight

Director Zhang Junzhao’s superbly tense revisionist war film (featuring striking cinematography from future Fifth Generation standard bearer Zhang Yimou) is widely considered to be the first work of Mainland Fifth Generation cinema.

Poster for the movie "Infernal Affairs III"

Infernal Affairs III

Infernal Affairs III is a 2003 Hong Kong crime thriller film directed by Andrew Lau and Alan Mak. It is the third installment in the Infernal Affairs film series, and is both a sequel and a semi-prequel to the original film, as it intercuts events before and after the events in the original.

Poster for the movie "The Wild, Wild Rose"

The Wild, Wild Rose

Grace Chang delivers an eye-opening performance as a lusty nightclub singer climbing the social ladder in seedy Wanchai. Borrowing story and song elements from Georges Bizet’s CARMEN, this Wong Tin-Lam directed musical has flair and polish to rival Hollywood, and a superstar leading lady that would any film industry would have a tough time matching! A key film from the celebrated Cathay Film Studios.

Poster for the movie "Star Appeal"

Star Appeal

Chinese filmmaker Cui Zi’en directs this gay-themed sci-fi drama about Xiao Bo, a bisexual man who discovers a stranger by the roadside, naked and claiming to be from Mars.

Poster for the movie "24 City"

24 City

Chengdu nowadays. The state owned factory 420 shuts down to give way to a complex of luxury apartments called “24 CITY”. Three generations, eight characters : old workers, factory executives and yuppies, their stories melt into the History of China.

Poster for the movie "The Go Master"

The Go Master

The Go Master is a 2006 biopic by director Tian Zhuangzhuang of renowned twentieth century Go master Wu Qingyuan, better known by his adopted name of Go Seigen. The film, which premiered at the 44th New York Film Festival, focuses on the life of this extraordinary player from his meteoric rise as a child prodigy to fame and fortune as a revolutionary strategic thinker, as well as the tumultuous global conflicts between his homeland and … Read more

Poster for the movie "The Last Emperor"

The Last Emperor

A dramatic history of Pu Yi, the last of the Emperors of China, from his lofty birth and brief reign in the Forbidden City, the object of worship by half a billion people; through his abdication, his decline and dissolute lifestyle; his exploitation by the invading Japanese, and finally to his obscure existence as just another peasant worker in the People’s Republic.

Poster for the movie "Red Sorghum"

Red Sorghum

An old leper who owned a remote sorghum winery dies. Jiu’er, the wife bought by the leper, and her lover, identified only as “my Grandpa” by the narrator, take over the winery and set up an idealized quasi-matriarchal community headed by Jiu’er. When the Japanese invaders subject the area to their rule and cut down the sorghum to make way for a road, the community rises up and resists as the sorghum grows anew.

Poster for the movie "Mama"

Mama

Often cited as China’s first independent feature film, this low-budget drama, filmed largely in the director’s Beijing apartment, depicts the life of a single mother (a topic considered taboo at the time) caring for her mentally challenged son. Shot with a documentary aesthetic that includes interviews with families of mentally challenged persons, the film helped kick-start the Sixth Generation of filmmakers (including Wang Xiaoshuai and Jia Zhangke) and their ethos of employing documentary realism to … Read more

Poster for the movie "Jiao Yulu"

Jiao Yulu

Directed by Jixing Wang. Jiao Yulu was the communist secretary of Lankao county, he worked very hard for people and died of liver cancer.

Poster for the movie "Kung Fu Hustle"

Kung Fu Hustle

In Shanghai, China in the 1940s, a wannabe gangster aspires to join the notorious “Axe Gang” while residents of a housing complex exhibit extraordinary powers in defending their turf.

Poster for the movie "House of Flying Daggers"

House of Flying Daggers

In 9th century China, a corrupt government wages war against a rebel army called the Flying Daggers. A romantic warrior breaks a beautiful rebel out of prison to help her rejoin her fellows, but things are not what they seem. At its height, the Tang Dynasty was one of the most enlightened empires in Chinese history. But in 859AD, the Dynasty is in decline.

Poster for the movie "Hero"

Hero

One man defeated three assassins who sought to murder the most powerful warlord in pre-unified China.