Whimsical, comedic, melancholy, Bee Thiam Tan’s “Tiong Bahru Social Club” is a dream-like exploration of algorithmichappiness.
LAAPFF 2021: “The Girl Who Left Home” Lacks Consequences
Is it a musical? Is it a dramedy? Who knows…
LAAPFF 2021: “A Shot Through The Wall” Tackles a Difficult Story with Nuance
Kenny Leu shines as the lead in Aimee Long’s film tackling a difficult subject.
LAAPFF 2021: “Water Like Fire” A Heavy and Uneven Drama
A family drama about recovery, grief, and healing unfolds between two siblings.
LAAPFF 2021: ‘The Rescue’ Reveals an Impossible Victory But Incomplete Story
The filmmakers behind ‘Free Solo’ return with the inspirational tale of a seemingly impossible rescue.
LAAPFF 2021: “Wuhan Wuhan” is an Intimate Look at That Infamous City
Vignettes of the people who lived in the city where the COVID-19 virus first came from.
LAAPFF 2021: ‘Definition Please’ Pushing Beyond the Boundaries of the Formulaic
Sujata Day grounds this film and takes her time telling a story that expands beyond the cookie-cutter.
LAAPFF 2021: ‘Americanish’ Gets Mired In The American Dream
For director Iman Zawahry’s feature debut, this flick is reminiscent of romcoms of the past and is decent even if a little feels dated.