Inspired by the life of maestro Luang Pradith Phairao, the storied master of the ranard-ek -- Thailand's traditional wooden xylophone -- The overture is a boldly conceived, stunningly beautiful story bursting with color, energy, and music..
In A Right to Belong, various Hill Tribe individuals discuss their personal experiences in attempts to gain citizenship, as well as explain how their communities as a whole have suffered the inability to receive health care, register marriages, and participate in politics.
Aditya Assarat's "delicate, delightful, and nearly note-perfect debut feature" (Salon.com). An architect from Bangkok pulls up to a motel in a nearby ghost town of deserted streets. His obscured past finds symmetry in the repressed history of the girl he meets and pursues.
An award winning gay interest Thai film. Pie is a sweet girl who moves into a new college dorm room where she finds out that her new roommate Kim, is a tomboy who looks and dress like a boy. As their friendship develops, Pie and Kim begin to wonder if the feeling they feel for one another is just an ordinary friendship or true love.