Wongchayuth “Yaa” Sukhowattanakij, 60, is keeping Thailand’s tradition of hand-drawn movie poster art alive. While most cinemas switched to printed posters decades ago, Yaa continues to produce watercolor artworks, though he now has a very different clientele. In this interview, he recalls the ups and downs of his five-decade career. 

A true treasure trove for film buffs. 

Still from 'Phantom of Illumination'

New Thai indie documentary explores the hardships of modern Bangkok through the story of a film projectionist forced into unemployment. 

Meet Beam Wong, a rising director whose latest film debuts at this weekend's Noise Market and has been described as "a nod to weird '80s sci-fi, fantasy, comic—Cronenbergesque stuff."  

Open-air screenings of experimental cinema from home and abroad, including an encore showing of My Buddha is Punk.  


Check out these top rainy-day movies from 11 EU countries.

Just in time for the 89th Academy Awards on Feb 26, here are the 15 things we loved (and hated) about Thai film from the past year.