Just some more K-dramas and movies to binge while home for the holidays.
From finding a stunning new species of glow-in-the-dark mushrooms to wild stories of unfortunate locals experimenting with poisonous varieties, a new documentary film goes where few have gone before.
Danial K Afzal, who recently released a short film on the struggles of a rape survivor, opens up about the reluctance of talking about rape in Pakistan, and why films have the power to mobilise.
As if real life isn't terrifying enough, here are some scarily relatable films to watch while staying in for Halloween this year.
Filmmaker Pawo Choyning Dorji shot the film at a remote location with equipment run on solar batteries.
Mullen was injured and considering retirement when Tony Hawk asked if he'd feature in the PlayStation series. Saying yes brought him more fame than skating ever did.
It's pretty riddikulus.
Four years and thousands of workhours later, the Bengali-language film has won awards at film fests but is struggling to find a release back home.
Shakuntala Devi’s Biopic on Amazon Prime Video Skims Over One of Her Most Important Works — A Book on Homosexuality in India
The human calculator’s ‘The World of Homosexuals’ published back in 1977, is considered to be one of the first studies of queerness in India.
'Inception' is better when you can use a grappling hook, throw tomatoes at the screen, and mute the audience.
The military went in expecting to rescue a cult. They never thought they'd find a massacre.