Expressed through firsthand accounts - this survey of modern Cambodia and its history focuses on the genocide under the Khmer Rouge and its ongoing ramifications.
This comprehensive ethnographic film ventures into the vast of Western China as depicted in the eternal photographs of Zhuang Xueben - one of the most important Chinese visual anthropologists of his age.
This eloquent documentary follows the faceless vessels of globalization and evokes a pensive narrative of the human condition as filtered through global trade and the regimentation of nature.
This captivating and sobering documentary explores China's austere model of urbanization through the human drama of its most vulnerable citizens.
A companion piece to Another Year - this documentary offers a harsh and unsettled portrait of poverty and urbanism through the sobering point of view of migrant children in today's China.
This sobering exposé of political corruption and disarray in Cambodia reveals the country's deepening human rights crisis and the origins of political activism among its most vulnerable citizens.
This awe-inspiring epic documentary reflects on the grandeur and melancholy of the Yangtze River from the port of Shanghai to its source in Tibet - as a poignant metaphor for the violence and chaos of contemporary China.
The first documentary set in the fascinating and strictly-prohibited Baekhong Temple - a women-only Buddhist monastery in the pristine mountains of South Korea - this film is a visually striking exposé of female spirituality in contemporary Korea.
This powerful exposé explores the world of working women in Asia and their ongoing struggle for rights. - Winner of the Silver Lion at the Venice Biennale