Helmers Roman Polanski, Gaul's Jean-Pierre Jeunet and Taiwan's Tsai Ming-Liang will attend the third Bangkok World Film Festival, reflecting the increasing prominence of the event, to be held Oct…
The government has come up with a media wheeze to ease a political problem. It is giving away 1,000 TVs with free cable service to distract the soccer-mad youth, addicted to English Premier League…
Star Channels, an offshoot of News Corp.'s Hong Kong-based satcaster Star, has struck a deal with local paybox UBC to distribute its content to hotels, serviced apartments and hospitals in Thailand.
Bangkok-based Chaiyo Prods. has pacted with Chinese and local partners to co-produce a 52-part "Project Ultraman" skein, costing $2.6 million.
Thailand and Cambodia are hoping to renew their cooperation on TV and film production, which was disrupted in 2003 after anti-Thai protests in Cambodia.
Mullis Capital, a Bangkok-based investment banking firm, is planning a $15 million English language film, "Round Five," with Barrie M. Osborne producing.
Film Bangkok production "The Remaker" is finally skedded for a June release after a controversial suicide scene set in the Bangkok skytrain caused a postponement.
Thailand's Intellectual Property Department, winding up talks with the U.S. over a proposed free trade agreement, will consider the U.S.' demand to strengthen its intellectual property laws.
SF Cinema City is spending $25 million to build a 20-screen entertainment complex in downtown Bangkok, which will be the country's largest.
After a four-year dispute, Thailand's Supreme Court has upheld a lower-court ruling that free-to-air web iTV, part-owned by Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra's family, must reinstate 21 news staff…
A fixture in the eastern coastal provinces of Thailand, SF Cinema quickly became the country’s second-largest chain after opening its first Bangkok plex in 1999. Company toppers — prexy Suwat…