Surprise and shock greeted the announcement that GTH, Thailand's most successful studio of the past 11 years, closed shop at the end of December. Since its founding in 2004, GTH was instrumental in…
At home and abroad, Thai cinema continues its struggles on many fronts. As it tries to cope with domestic unpredictability, it also fights for its fair share of international exposure. Regarded as…
Raymond Phathanavirangoon A familiar face at film festivals everywhere, Phathanavirangoon is a Bangkok-based producer and programmer whose Singaporean film "Apprentice" (directed by Boo Junfeng) will…
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Phranakorn Film -- which describes itself as a "provincial studio" and a "hillbilly hotshot" -- is largely unknown outside of Thailand, but one of the most profitable. Its specialization in lowbrow…
Thailand's tourism authority has approved the budget for Bangkok's first World Comedy Film Festival.
When Jareuk Kaljareuk assumed chairmanship of the Federation of National Film Assn. of Thailand in 2007, he vowed to upgrade the org into one that would make a genuine impact on the Thai film…
Thailand's reputation lies in the canny combination of competitive cost and experienced local crews, while the diverse locations, from the mountainous north to the southern islands, have long…
"A Moment in June," which played in competition at South Korea's Pusan Film Festival, opened the 6th World Film Festival of Bangkok on Friday at the Paragon Cineplex in the heart of the Thai capital.
Pirate epic "Queens of Langkasuka" stormed the Thai box office this weekend, achieving the strongest opening performance this year for a local pic.
There maybe deadly protests in the streets, but the World Film Festival of Bangkok will run Oct. 24-Nov. 2, hot on the heels of the modestly successful government-sponsored Bangkok Intl. Film…
The Columbian terrorist drama "PVC-1" by Spiros Stathoulopoulos won the Golden Kinnaree for best film at the Bangkok Intl Film Festival on Sunday night at the ceremony presided over by Princess…