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The Young Karl Marx
Don't miss these awesome screenings at German Film Week 2019
Goethe-Institut’s yearly celebration of German film returns with a line-up of award-winning titles.
Catch this new dystopian anthology film by talented Thai indie directors
Apichatpong and a dream team of filmmakers imagine Thailand 10 years from now. 
A scene from 'Pob.' Credit: HBO Asia.
Pen-Ek to direct in HBO's new Asian ghost series
Arriving just in time for Halloween.
Rising Thai filmmaker Beam Wong on the directors that have inspired his work
The guy behind some of the weidest films coming out of Bangkok lists his influences. Grab your popcorn. 
Rising Thai director Natchanon Vana picks his 5 favorite film soundtracks
His short film Upside, Down screened at the 28th Hamburg International Queer Film Festival last October. 
7 films currently inspiring "Die Tomorrow" director Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit
Indie-darling and director of Mary Is Happy, Mary Is Happy (2013), Freelance (2015) and Die Tomorrow (2018), Nawapol ‘’Ter’’ Thamrongrattanarit lists the films and directors...
From Rags To Display Chapter 3 (Wear The Music)
BK Weekend: What’s on in Bangkok this Mar 1-4
It's raining markets this weekend
The BK Film Awards 2018
Hollywood's overrated. Ahead of the 90th Academy Awards on Mar 4, here's what we loved and hated about Thai film from the past year. 
The Thai cinematographer behind Oscars favorite "Call Me By Your Name"
An interview with Sayombhu “Song” Mukdeeprom.
Wattanapume ‘Best’ Laisuwanchai
"Phantom of Illumination" director reveals his 5 favorite films
Wattanapume "Best" Laisuwanchai's debut documentary is up for Best Cinematography at the 27th Suphannahong National Film Awards. 
Bangkok Farmers' Market
BK Weekend: What's on in Bangkok this Feb 1-4
Your ultimate guide to what to do in Bangkok this weekend. 
Bangkok's new independent cinema to take a stand against censorship
The latest project from two powers of local art and film. 
Phantom of Illumination
The best indie Thai movies of 2017
Step aside, Golden Globes.
Scala Theater
Lido to close, but Scala could be spared as Bangkok's standalone cinemas face demolition
Bangkok to lose one, potentially two, cinematic icons.  
These festivals prove now is a good time to be a film lover in Bangkok
Take a break from Netflix. 
The new Studio Ghibli's debut movie finally has a Thai release date
Studio Ponoc continues the legendary animators' work.
The 4th Silent Film Festival Thailand
Noisy Bangkok welcomes 4th annual Silent Film Festival
With help from professional pianists and a Japanese artist, the Silent Film Festival returns to Bangkok Jun 8-14, rain or shine, at Lido and Scala Theater. 
The BK Film Awards 2017
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.
Motel Mist set to hit cinemas despite conflict with True Visions
The movie was pulled from nationwide screenings in mid-November straight after its Bangkok premiere. 
A history of Thai films that never made it to the big screen at home
This week, controversy engulfed Prabda Yoon's film debut Motel Mist, when it was pulled from screens straight after its press premiere by the producers, True Visions. While that...
True Visions pulls Prabda Yoon's 'Motel Mist' from cinemas straight after premiere
The controversial film's future is now uncertain.
This is how Bangkok's alternative cinemas are celebrating Halloween
The parties may be canceled, but you can still get your scare on with these horror films on the big screen.