The Terracotta Far East Film Festival, a glorious showcase of inspiring Asian films, makes a welcome return to London's Prince Charles Cinema, starting 12 April.
At the forefront is Dayyan Eng's Inseparable, a black comedy starring Daniel Wu and Kevin Spacey, the first all-Chinese-financed film to feature a Hollywood actor.
One horror film a night is for wimps. It's a well known fact. Show your contempt for fear and laugh in the face of the nightmares you'll subsequently be having by attending the terracotta triple-bill of horror: Zombie 108 (Taiwan), Gyo and The Grudge (Japan).
Chinatown is right next door, so dim sum chompers and noodle slurpers can take full advantage of 'The Chinatown Restaurants Passport', with eight set meals for £60. Eight eateries are participating during the festival — pop into any of those to get your pre-paid pass.