Asian Filmmakers

Asian Filmmakers

Up and coming Asian filmmakers from China, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, South Korea and more.

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Asian Filmmakers
  • The Wrecker (China)

    Gangsters come in all shapes and sizes.

  • Ibasho (Japan)

    A wayward girl in Tokyo feels has to deal with the repercussions of her bad decisions. Starring Shina Shinoko (Rogue One)

  • Luisa (Philippines)

    Luisa is left alone in the house during covid-19 quarantine. Her husband leaves her and her mom blames her for her husband’s decision. With no one to rely on during this trying time, Luisa has to trust herself to face a horrible adversary.

  • Hello Baby (Hong Kong) - 2020 Winner Best Horror

    A young woman is haunted by the ghost of her aborted fetus. Starring Fish Liew, Ngo Ka Nin and Crystal Cheung. Directed by Lee Siu Lung

  • The Booth (China)

    In 2044, an epidemic breaks out in town.
    The virus spread through voices and conversations quickly throughout the city.
    The symptoms of the disease are instant blindness and aphasia.
    The authority fails to find effective countermeasures.
    It sets up telephone booths on streets.
    People are permitte...

  • The Marionette Doll (USA)

    Director Cherry Fu: A home health aid moonlights as a dominatrix

  • The Trouble with Cats (USA)

    A young woman has the worst luck with dating.

  • Sister (China)

    Sisters look forward to the reunion, but only to find awkwardness and estrangement. The naive and outgoing younger sister is excited for the gifts her parents have brought from the city, while the quiet and introverted elder sister becomes even more gloomy. Within only their parents' stay of four...