1. BehemothChinaDocumentary1 Hour 28 Mins

Political documentarian Zhao Liang's visionary new film details, in one breathtaking sequence after another, the social and environmental devastation behind China’s iron and coal mining operations in Mongolia, which has ravaged the land and people.

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2. Kaili BluesChinaDrama1 Hour 50 Mins

An audacious, richly imagined feature debut that has collected prizes around the world, Kaili Blues heralds the arrival of Bi Gan, a major new filmmaker. Chen, a preoccupied doctor working in a small clinic in the rain-drenched city of Kaili, decides to fulfill his late mother’s wish and sets off on a journey to look for his brother’s abandoned child. On the way, Chen passes through a mysterious town where distinctions between past, present, and future appear to slip away.

3. Suburban BirdsChinaDrama1 Hour 53 Mins

Part mystery, part coming-of-age tale, the film explores memory and urbanization through two parallel stories, one about a young engineer and the other a boy. As the stories unfold, the connections between them proliferate and grow stranger.

4. Out of TimeIndiaHorror1 Hour 29 Mins

In this mind-bending horror, a troubled young man whose father has mysteriously disappeared goes to a British mansion, where he gets stuck in a never-ending time loop and discovers astonishing facts about his past.

5. Asako I & IIJapanDrama1 Hour 60 Mins

Can you feel the same love for two different people? After experiencing a passionate first love with a man who disappears, Asako meets an identical man years later with a polar-opposite personality. Will her past allow her to love him?

6. Tokyo!JapanDrama1 Hour 52 Mins

Bong Joon Ho, Leos Carax, and Michel Gondry present three short films that take us into an unseen Tokyo—where creatures lurk in sewers, shut-ins venture outside, and the streets can inspire metamorphosis.

7. ManakamanaNepalDocumentary1 Hour 58 Mins

Filmed entirely from inside a cable car, this unique documentary experience follows a range of passengers going to the ancient Hindu Manakamana Temple, 4,271 feet above Nepal. Join their peaceful yet exhilarating journey.

8. These Birds WalkPakistanDocumentary1 Hour 12 Mins

In Karachi, Pakistan, a runaway boy's life hangs on one critical question: where is home? The streets, an orphanage, or with the family he fled in the first place? Simultaneously heart-wrenching and life-affirming, THESE BIRDS WALK documents the struggles of these wayward street children and the samaritans looking out for them in this ethereal and inspirational story of resilience.

9. From What is BeforePhilippinesDocumentary5 Hours 38 Mins

When his husband is sent on a mission to Djibouti, Roger remains behind with his adopted daughter at an army base in the middle of the woods. Over the course of four seasons he seeks advice and companionship from an eclectic group of fellow spouses.From Lav Diaz, an extraordinary five-and-a-half-hour epic that relates the strange, perhaps supernatural, occurrences that befall a remote village in the Philippine countryside. Winner of five prizes at the Locarno Film Festival, including Best Film.

10. MotherlandPhilippinesDocumentary1 Hour 35 Mins

Taking us into the heart of the planet’s busiest maternity hospital, MOTHERLAND drops the viewer like an unseen outsider into the hospital’s stream of activity. At first, the subjects are strangers. But soon thereafter, the mothers' stories become absorbingly intimate, rendering their struggles increasingly familiar.

11. Railway SleepersThailandDocumentary1 Hour 42 Mins

Shot over 8 years on Thailand’s railway system, this documentary offers an unprecedented immersion into the country’s past and present while contemplating an ever-shifting society whose railway plays an economic and psychological role in its history.

12. Stray DogsTaiwanDrama2 Hours 16 Mins

A struggling father and his two children are barely surviving on the streets of Taipei until they meet a lonely grocery clerk. From acclaimed director Tsai Ming-liang, the visually powerful film is bracingly pure in both its anger and its compassion.

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