Already, we forget how much we went through and what it felt like.
“Next Goal Wins” is the best movie of the year. Forget the Barbie/Opie war of the summer.
Based on the beloved timeless film, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas comes just in time for the holiday season.
Japanese actor-director Takeshi Kitano says he wanted his new film Kubi” to show the world of samurai in ways that mainstream movies have rarely done before, by portraying the homosexual, love-hate relationship of warlords in one of Japan’s best known historical episodes.
A winter holiday story doesn’t have to have a decorated tree or a festive celebration.
“The Marvels,” concerning a trio of Marvel Cinematic Universe superheroines, comes to us written by three women—director Nia DaCosta, plus Megan McDonnell, and Elissa Karasik.
Nintendo is developing a live-action film based on its hit video game “The Legend of Zelda,” the Japanese company behind the Super Mario franchise said Wednesday.
It was a full circle moment for Thiên Thanh (Tina) Nguyen when she realized her art exhibit was selected to be featured in Little Saigon right across her mother’s small business.
Tara Tamaribuchi’s art installation, The Camouflage Net Project, covers, in its current form, a large portion of the Method Gallery in Seattle’s Pioneer Square.
Just in time for Halloween, Pork Filled Productions’ “Bloodletting,” opening this week, gives us a strongly spooky story—with a satisfying Filipino twist.