Hirokazu Kore-eda returns with a legal mystery thriller that’ll leave viewers with more questions than answers, for better or for worse.
Based on the action comedy manga Gintama, the film is set in an alternate Edo-period Japan where aliens have taken over and samurai must fight back to protect their homes and lives.
Asia Pacific Arts’ coverage of NYAFF 2017 includes reviews of Soul Mate, Close-Knit, Fantasy of the Girls, and Vanishing Time: A Boy Who Returned.
Jackie Chan and his ragtag team of freedom fighters take on the Japanese military in “Railroad Tigers.”
The live adaptation of the hit dark fantasy manga Tokyo Ghoul made its world premiere at Anime Expo 2017 much to the delight of attendees.
Ham Tran returns with a boisterous romantic comedy featuring the crazy antics of a couple in a forbidden office romance in “She’s the Boss.”
Director Kim Seong Hun returns with another thriller “Tunnel” to keep viewers on the edge of their seats.
The Japanese shoujo manga gets a live adaptation starring Haruna Kawaguchi and Kento Hayashi.
The Tiger Hunter tells the tale of an underdog immigrant pursuing greatness in the American dream.
BL anime film Doukyuusei takes a look into the budding romantic relationship between two high school boys.