Asian Cinema

Bend It Like Beckham remains a vital portrayal of British Asian adolescence

By Salma Haidrani

As a Desi girl coming of age in the early 2000s, Gurinder Chadha’s film has a profound impact on me.

The European film festival putting Asian cinema on the map

By Joji Sakurai

The tiny Italian city of Udine once again welcomed the biggest names in the Asian film industry.

Hollywood’s lack of Asian-American representation, and how to fix it

By Greg Noone

The hosts of the Asian Oscar Bait podcast discuss the need for greater diversity on screen.

The vengeful woman and the changing face of Asian horror cinema

By Amandas Ong

Will this enduring trope become obsolete as we move towards a less gendered worldview?

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