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List of Asian films

A list of films produced in Asia by country of origin:

Afghanistan

  • Afghan Nomads (The Maldar) (1974)
  • An Afghan Village (1974)

Armenia

Azerbaijan

Bahrain

  • Bahraini Tale, A (2006)
  • Botines (2005) (mini)
  • Hajiz, al- (1990)
  • Za'er (2004)

Bangladesh

Bhutan

Burma

Cambodia

China

Hong Kong

Macau

See also List of films set in Macau

Georgia

India

Indonesia

Iran

Iraq

Japan

Jordan

Kazakhstan

Kuwait

Kyrgyzstan

Laos

Lebanon

Malaysia

Mauritius

Mongolia

Nepal

List of Nepalese films

North Korea

North Vietnam

Oman

Pakistan

Philippines

Palestine

Papua New Guinea

  • Black Harvest (1992)
  • Bridewealth for a Goddess (2000)
  • Ileksen (1979)
  • Tinpis Run (1991)
  • Tukana - husat i asua (1983)
  • Wokabaut Bilong Tonten (1974) aka Tonten's Travels

Saudi Arabia

Singapore

South Korea

Sri Lanka

Syria

Tajikistan

Thailand

Turkmenistan

United Arab Emirates

Uzbekistan

Vietnam

Yemen

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