Cinema Diverse 

Feb 6, 5:30pm
The last screening from the Thai directors’ personal selection series comes from Apichatpong Weerasethakul. The Palme d’Or-winning director of Uncle Boonmee has chosen the 2012 Chilean drama No, which follows the historic 1988 vote by Chilean citizens for the dictator Augusto Pinochet. The film will be followed by a discussion with the director. 
Thai and English subtitles. Free entry. BACC, 939 Rama 1 Rd., 02-260-2606-8. BTS National Stadium.
Feb 7, 1pm
To celebrate the life of Japanese actress Setsuko Hara, one of the icons of Japanese cinema’s golden age in 1963 who passed away this year, the Japan Foundation hosts a special screening of three of her movies, No Regret for Our Youth, Late Spring and Repast
English subtitles. Free entry. The Reading Room, Silom Soi 19, 02-635-3674. 

22nd Open Air Film Festival: Green Film

Feb 10-12, 4pm

A series of six film screenings and three forum discussions exploring the importance of environmental issues, including the films Whale Rider, My Neighbor Totoro, Wall-E, Avatar, The Impossible and Godzilla. There will also be special discussion forums on these topics on each day of the event.

Free entry. Silapakorn University, 22 Borommaratchanonnani Rd, 02-849-7500. 

Feb 11-14
The annual celebration of Japanese cinema returns this year with screenings in Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Surattani and Khon Kaen. The Bangkok selections include films such as Sion Sono’s Love & Peace, Ryosuke Hasiguchi’s Three Stories of Love and Saiji Yakumo’s My Pretend Girlfriend.  
B120. SF World Cinema, CentralWorld, Ratchadamri Rd., 02-635-1111. BTS Chit Lom.

Film Fest in Winter Take 8: Day After Zombie

Feb 12-14, 6pm
A weekend filled with screenings of short animation films, music videos, and movies by the students of King Mongkut's Institute of Technology plus live music performances, food stalls and a fashion show from film make-up students. 
Free entry. King Mongkut's Institute of Technology, Chalongkrung Rd., 02-329-8000.
Feb 13, 3pm 
The team behind The Documentary Club and Film Kawan team up to present screenings of two critically acclaimed documentaries that focus on the horrors of the 1960s mass genocide in Indonesia.

B120. SF World Cinema, CentralWorld, Ratchadamri Rd.

Future Shorts Pop Up Cinema

Feb 14, 4pm 

The laid-back social cinema event that's been held in over 300 cities worldwide is back in Bangkok for its second installment, promising a night dedicated to international short films, live music and art, all under a special Valentine's Day theme.

English subtitles. B250-350. Secret location in Phrom Phong area. 

Valentine’s at Cinema Winehouse 

Feb 14, 6:30pm
A special night of romantic movies including Steve Carrell and Tiny Fey’s 2010 rom-com Date Night and the 2011 rom-com from Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone and Steve Carrel, Crazy, Stupid Love. The screenings are accompanied by a special Valentine’s dinner by Chef Yung.
B500. Cinema Winehouse, 59/61 Samsen Rd., 096-465-6526.

Tickets to Paradise and Becky's Journey

Feb 18, 7pm

The Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women hosts a special screening of two films about migration, sex work and human trafficking, followed by a discussion with Danish social anthropologist and filmmaker Sine Plambech. 

Free entry. Jam, 41 Charoen Rat Soi 1, Sathorn Rd., 083-5451-833. BTS Surasak.

Hong Kong Film Festival

Feb 21, 6pm

It’s all about Hong Kong vintage movies at this festival, promising some of films featuring big-names Chow Yun Fat, Andy Lau, Ng Man-tat, Stephen Chow and more. Aside from the screenings, prepare for a full Chinese banquet and a karoake-filled after party.

B500. Jam, 41 Charoen Rat Soi 1, Sathorn Rd. BTS Surasak

Wings of Desire

Feb 25, 6:30pm

A special outdoor screening from the Thai Film Archive and Goethe Institute Thailand of Wim Wenders' renowned 1987 romantic film. Following two guardian angels who watch over the city of Berlin, one of whom wishes to become a human after he suddenly falls in love with an artist. 

Free entry. Lumphini Park, Rama 4 Rd. BTS Sala Daeng, MRT Silom/Lumphini.