A traveller gets more than he bargained for when he comes across a run-down bistro in Osaka.
Miss Revolutionary Idol Beserker returned to OzAsia for round two with their latest show Totes Adorbs ❤ Hurricane which […]
A poignant documentary centring on beekeeper Hatidze and the conflict she faces when confronted with new neighbours. A must-see!
Ash Mayfair’s powerful debut feature, The Third Wife, is a damning tale of the destructive patriarchy that dominated […]
A surefire date-night hit, the film satisfies even the most cynical-romantic at heart. Don’t be too surprised or guilty at the presence of a rogue tear (or two).
Sunshine That Can Move Mountains is an exploration of the complexity of the relationships that dominate all our lives – with family, friends and community, and with our gods and our environment. It’s a wonderful piece of cinema.
Director Yang Mingming’s first feature film, Girls Always Happy, will screen as a centrepiece of this year’s OzAsia Film Festival’s Women Directors In Asia selection.
The Great Buddha is not an easy film to watch, it is confronting in places, and the characters are hard to warm to – but by the film’s end you realise that a number of its images and ideas have been burned indelibly into your psyche.