Previously at the ICA - Seasons
29 May 2008 – 7 Jun 2008
Part of the China Now season, presenting a selection of the latest Far Eastern films across all genres, plus live music events and club nights in London and Brighton.
A journey through one woman's life, a collision of visually stunning hues and Bob Fosse-like musical set-pieces.
Based on the autobiography of Dida Diafat, a petty criminal in the Parisian council estates who became a kick-boxing world champion.
Ancient Korean legends collide with modern day Los Angeles in this epic FX-laden tale.
A dark, violent and gritty film with Edison Chen as a Cambodian hitman.
A darkly comic film about the night of the assassination of South Korean president Park Chung-hee.
Hamlet is roughly transplanted, with a pinch of Macbeth, to Tang Dynasty China circa 1000AD.
Yong and Ngak have been together for seven years, and Yong is starting to feel the itch.
Perhaps the only Chinese hip hop documentary you'll ever see. Luckily, it's fantastic.
Dark secrets unravel in this story of three siblings gathering to bury their parents.
A family of fox spirits masquerade as a human traveling circus troupe, and there are breakdancing zombies too.
An epic, big budget war drama which begins with one of the bloodiest battles in Chinese history.
The tale of a mysterious and powerful suitcase - a festival favourite that we're proud to bring to the UK.
Lau Ching Wan offers an amazing performance as Bun, a schizophrenic police inspector solving crimes in his own unorthodox way.