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    Gibson, Iconic Guitar Company, Said to Be Nearing Bankruptcy

    Gibson Brands Inc., one of the two most iconic guitar companies in music history, is facing bankruptcy after years of challenges, according to a report in the Nashville Post and other sources. The Post reports that the company, which has annual revenues of more than $1 billion, is less than six months away from $375 [...]

  • David Glasser Fired by the Weinstein

    Weinstein Co. Board Fires COO David Glasser for Cause

    The board of the Weinstein Company voted on Friday to fire David Glasser, the company’s chief operating officer. Glasser was set to become CEO of the company under a new ownership group. However, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman filed a suit on Sunday alleging that Glasser had failed to protect employees from Harvey Weinstein’s [...]

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    Warren Beatty Sought Wider 'Rules Don't Apply' Release Despite Grim Test Screenings

    Lots of films lose money, but relatively few result in lawsuits from disgruntled investors. “Rules Don’t Apply,” however, is that special kind of flop. In December, financier Arnon Milchan filed suit against Warren Beatty and a high-profile cast of investors, seeking $18 million in unrecouped distribution costs. Milchan — through his companies Regency Entertainment and [...]

  • Oh Seok-geun Korean Film Council

    New Leader Promises Reforms at Korean Film Council

    Filmmaker-turned-administrator Oh Seok-geun has been appointed chairman of the Korean Film Council, South Korea’s film industry regulator and funding body. The position had been vacant for six months following the resignation in dubious circumstances of former chairman Kim Sae-hoon. During the former chairman’s term, Kofic experienced a number of problems: Kim had been accused of [...]

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    Actress Choi Hee-seo Looks Forward to a Promising Career

    It’s small wonder that Choi Hee-seo, also credited as Moon Choi, is often mistaken for a Japanese actress. In her most recent feature films, “Dongju: The Portrait of a Poet” and “Anarchist From Colony,” both directed by veteran Lee Joon-ik, she played Japanese characters with linguistic perfection. Born in Seoul, Choi spent her childhood in [...]

  • The Prison Korean Cinema

    Korea's Box Office Faces a Drop in Admissions as Streaming Services Compete

    South Korea, the world’s sixth-largest box office territory, roughly on par with France, saw a slow year in 2017. Though it still managed to exceed 200 million admissions for the fifth consecutive year, the growth was not significant: box office revenue was an almost unchanged 1.76 million won ($1.46 billion) earned from some 220 million [...]

  • Andy Lo Hong Kong Writer Director

    Ambitious Filmmaker Andy Lo Wants Success in Both Hong Kong and China

    Mainland China’s film market might be volatile and unpredictable for many Hong Kong filmmakers, but that does not stop Andy Lo from trying. The long-time scriptwriter and director of “Happiness” says he wants the best of both worlds, and he’s determined to achieve that. “I do want my films to succeed in both Hong Kong [...]

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