Ying Liang’s new film is a semi-autobiographic portrait of a family separated by political forces who reunite in Taiwan to attend a film festival. It is the Opening Film of the International Competition at 71st Locarno International Film Festival 2018.
K. Rajagopal’s first film, which had it’s World Premiere during the 55th Critics Week at Festival de Cannes 2016, follows an Indian ex-convict on a quest to locate his ex-wife and daughter who have left him without a trace.
Winner of the Alfred Bauer Silver Bear at the 66th Berlinale in 2016, Lav Diaz’s epic film is a poetic depiction of the quest to uncover the mystery of the remains of the Father of Philippine Revolution, Andres Bonifacio in 1897 through the intertwining of history, literature and mythology.
Commissioned by the Substation’s Midnight on Armenian Street anthology, Russell Morton’s FOREST OF COPPER COLUMNS is a journey following an arsonist’s obsession and need for flames.
Pepe Diokno’s social essay on the deep rooted corruption in contemporary Manila told through the lives of a group of elite law students as they initiate into a fraternity.