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The Empty Mind - Martial Arts and Mental Connection
Over two years in the making, this is an epic account of today's greatest martial arts teachers and the mind connection that exists between them regardless of their very diverse styles. Professionally filmed in Japan and China, it profiles practitioners…
Island on Fire
Starring action superstars Jackie Chan and Tony Leung (The Grandmaster) Tony Leung is Andy, a cop sent to a corrupt prison camp known as the "Island On Fire", where prisoners are abused by staff and used as hitmen for killing…
Message From Hiroshima - Remembering the Life & Culture of Hiroshima Before the Bombing
MESSAGE FROM HIROSHIMA illustrates the immense suffering and loss that resulted when the world's first atomic bomb detonated in the historic city of Hiroshima. Today, where the Hon and Motoyasu rivers meet, stands the Peace Memorial Park -- the former…
Sweatshop: The Hunt for a Living Wage - Fashion Bloggers Return to Sweatshops in Cambodia
In 2014, three young fashion bloggers came to Phnom Pehn for the first time to spend a month and live the life of a Cambodian garment worker. At the time, they did not know much about how their clothes were…
The Slanted Screen - Hollywood’s Representation of Asian Men in Film & Television
From silent film star Sessue Hayakawa to Harold & Kumar Go to Whitecastle, THE SLANTED SCREEN explores the portrayals of Asian men in American cinema, chronicling the experiences of actors who have had to struggle against ethnic stereotyping and limiting…
The Birth of Saké - Passionate Sake-Makers Keep Tradition Alive
In a world where most mass-produced goods are heavily automated, a small group of manual laborers must brave unusual working conditions to preserve a 2000-year- old tradition that we have come to know as sake. THE BIRTH OF SAKE is…
The Last Reel
A lost film buried beneath the killing fields reveals different versions of the truth. Sophoun discovers an old film starring her mother and this offers her the chance to break her mother's cycle of depression and dictate her own destiny…
Quill: The Life of A Guide Dog
The documentary-like story of a yellow Labrador Retriever guide dog for the blind named Quill. We follow Quill from the litter, his selection to become a guide, his life with a foster family until his first birthday, followed by highly…
Poisoned Lives - Secrets of the Chemical Industry
Alice, Kenton, Bucky, and Rachna are the hidden victims of the chemical industry. They all grew up in either India or in the US, in towns built around plastic and pesticide factories. For a long time, their resounding success has…
Love & Sex in Japan
In the Land of the Rising Sun, love and relationships are in danger. A quarter of all Japanese people aged 30 to 40 are virgins and 50% of the population admits to not having sex regularly. Unsurprisingly, this has led…
Breathin': The Eddy Zheng Story - The Youngest San Quentin State Prisoner On His Road to Freedom
Arrested at 16 and tried as an adult for kidnapping and robbery, Eddy Zheng served over 20 years in California prisons and jails. Ben Wang's BREATHIN': THE EDDY ZHENG STORY paints an intimate portrait of Eddy -- the prisoner, the…
Crazed Fruit
Two brothers compete for the amorous favors of a young woman during a seaside summer of gambling, boating, and drinking, in this seminal Sun Tribe ( taiyozoku ) film from director Ko Nakahira. Adapted from the controversial novel by Shintaro…
Island Roots - A Filipino-American Story
When the Filipino pioneers of the 1920's and 30's settled on Bainbridge Island, Washington they were hired by Japanese-American landowners to tend their renowned strawberry farms. The bombing of Pearl Harbor turned this relationship upside down when the Japanese Americans…
A Touch of Sin
The film revolves around four threads set in vastly different geographical and social milieus across modern-day China, ranging from the bustling southern metropolis of Guangzhou to the more rural townships in Jia's home province of Shanxi.[3] Set in current times…
Drunken Angel
In this powerful early noir from the great Akira Kurosawa, Toshiro Mifune bursts onto the screen as a volatile, tubercular criminal who strikes up an unlikely relationship with Takashi Shimura's jaded physician. Set in and around the muddy swamps and…
Wa-shoku - Beyond Sushi - Spreading Japanese Culture & Cuisine Throughout the World
Beginning with sushi, Japanese cuisine is familiar all over the world today. At Japanese restaurants, you can see people, regardless of their ethnicity, enjoying this food culture. There is a passionate story behind the men and women who dedicated their…
Hard To Believe - Organ Harvesting in China
Winner of 14 film awards, "Hard to Believe" is a disturbing yet essential serious investigation into one of the most horrifying medical crimes of our time: forced live organ harvesting from tens of thousands of Chinese prisoners of conscience, and…
Restoring the Light - A Rural Doctor Brings Healthcare to Chinese Villagers
A rural eye doctor helps underserved villagers in rural China regain their sight and restore their lives. According to the Chinese, to "restore sight" means to "restore light." A local doctor pours his life savings into a non-profit mobile eye…
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Rashomon
Part of the Series: The Criterion Japanese Collection Vol. 1
A riveting psychological thriller that investigates the nature of truth and the meaning of justice, Rashomon is widely considered one of the greatest films ever made. Four people give different accounts of a man's murder and the rape of his…
State of Play: The World of South-Korean Professional Video Gamers
"Man only plays when in the full meaning of the word he is a man, and he is only completely a man when he plays." -- Friedrich Schiller Globally, thousands of teenagers are seriously contemplating a professional career as a…