BANGKOK — While the fearsome return of Lara Croft in the “Tomb Raider” reboot and robot smash of “Pacific Rim Uprising” will own the March box office, an array of alternative films will screen throughout the capital.
For this week’s NFTU, I head into the no-go zone of self-promo to chat with a producer who’s been making dancefloor-smashing beats from the dawn of ‘90s jungle to the bass music scene of today.
BANGKOK — The different plights and struggles of a former American footballer and Syrian refugees reflected in two acclaimed docs will screen and be discussed this month.
Kenneth Branagh's "Murder on the Orient Express" is a visual feast, bursting with movie stars, glamour and production value so high, you might just exit the theater experiencing some time-warp whiplash.
BANGKOK — The Rio Games last month showed drugs in competitive sports remain a problem four decades after doping became a matter of international brinkmanship during the Cold War.
The most political film to hit theaters in recent years, “10 Years Thailand” is instigating excitement and making ripples among audiences anxious about the future.
BANGKOK — A Berlin audiovisual scientist is coming to Bangkok to show off and share his talents via a futuristic, multi-channel live set and tech workshop.
BANGKOK — Following word that Sam Smith is coming to town, music fans have another English talent to look forward to performing Bangkok in May.
BANGKOK — Not long after it packed in revelers donned in costumes for a wild Halloween night, red-hot dancefloor Beam will throw another epic party later this month.
BANGKOK — Most everyone over 30 can remember where they were April 5, 1994, when they heard about the suicide of Nirvana front man Kurt Cobain.