Director: Barry Alexander Brown
Release Date: 2021
A grandson of a Klansman comes of age in the deep south and eventually joins the Civil Rights Movement. Based on the Bob Zellner’s autobiography “The Wrong Side of Murder Creek.”
Director: Ryuji Yamakita
Language: Japanese | English
Budget: $570,000 (estimated)
A rookie detective’s friend is brutally murdered by the Japanese mafia, she must revenge for her and bring justice to the world, as an assassin.
Director: Myles Yaksich
Language: English | Mandarin
Release Date: 2018
Fate intervenes, when Charles, a young and over-worked American corporate lawyer, finds himself seated beside an elderly Chinese woman with a mysterious past, Auntie Ling on a contemporary flight from Shanghai to New York.
Director: Peng Zhang
Release Date: 2018 (China)
Budget: $100,000,000 (estimated)
The story is set in Asura, the dimension of pure desire according to ancient Buddhist mythology. The mythical realm is threatened by a coup from a lower heavenly kingdom and the story follows from there.
Director: Tong Du
Release Date: March 2015 (China)
Budget: CNY 1,000,000 (estimated)
After contracting a rare disease that gives her temporary blindness, Si Jia returns to her childhood home in hopes of finding herself. Si Jia runs away from her boyfriend, Fu Qiao Lei, and then has a chance encounter with a mysterious traveling photographer, Anotoli. Si Jia is then faced with the tough decision of who to spend the rest of her life with, and along the way she finds that true meaning in life does not always come from where you once believed.
Director: Lu Jie Qian
Release Date: June 2013 (China)
Budget: CNY 30,000,000 (estimated)
A normal girl, Xiao Wen, decides to enter a singing competition in order to make money to save her mother’s life. In the process, Xiao Mi discovers the meaning of life.