Industryites find ways to piece together successful Pan-Asian co-productions
Region attracts attention with digitization
NBCUniversal-owned KidsCo is focusing on emerging markets in Asia and Eastern Europe for growth next year as the International children's network gears up for a makeover in early 2013.
China's two biggest shingles, China Film Group and Shanghai Film Group, have submitted applications to list on the Shanghai stock exchange, the country's securities regulator said.
Chinese regulators have introduced a special subsidy for locally produced movies to help offset the effects of tough competish from Hollywood pics.
BEIJING Johnnie To’s suspense-thriller “Life Without Principle” swept the 49th Golden Horse awards in Taiwan on Saturday, winning best director, best actor and best original screenplay, while…
The National Basketball Assn. has signed a multiyear TV link-up with China Central Television and its CCTV Future Advertising arm to expand hoops coverage in China.
The local government in the Chinese province of Yunnan is linking up with Hollywood to make a co-production called "Outcast,"
Sony Pictures Television Networks Asia is teaming up with reality TV guru Mark Burnett and FremantleMedia Asia to produce "The Apprentice Asia," featuring entrepreneur Tony Fernandes, which will bow…
China's decision to select Xi Jinping as its new leader, following wheeler-dealing at the Communist Party congress in Beijing this past week, is likely to be good news for Hollywood.
China Lion Film will release "Back to 1942," the latest pic by China's top helmer Feng Xiaogang, in North America on Nov. 30 as a day-and-date release with its Chinese mainland bow, the distrib said.
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