A year ago, news that seven Singaporean directors were to collaborate on "7 Letters," an omnibus film celebrating a half century of independence for the island nation, was met with incredulity, and…
In 2011, the Media Development Authority of Singapore took a niche film festival, and reinvented it as ScreenSingapore, Southeast Asia's premier marketplace for filmed entertainment. Five years on…
"Looking for money is not the big issue at the moment. There are many financiers, especially in mainland China, who are really keen on financing movies," says Amy Chin, producer at local shingle Icon…
Huayi Brothers is set to begin production on "Sound of Wind," a lavish period spy flick about communists fighting against Japanese invaders.
Korean Western "The Good, the Bad, the Weird" leads the list of nominations for this year's Asian Film Awards.
Taiwan's Government Information Office (GIO), the local media regulator, is probing allegations that an exec has misappropriated NT$700,000 ($21,000) meant for publicity and advertising for the…
"Red Cliff: Part II," the second installment of John Woo's period extravaganza, registered a strong opening day gross of HK$1.7 million ($220,000) at the Hong Kong box office.
Hong Kong pay-TV operator nowTV Thursday announced a carriage deal for All Sports Network, a new Asian regional channel currently being launched by Hong Kong-based Yes TV.
The Hong Kong government Wednesday threw its weight behind plans to transform Bruce Lee's former home into a museum.
The oft-rumored Shanghai Disneyland development has come one step closer to reality, with the Mouse House confirming that it is submitting plans for a new theme park joint venture with the Shanghai…
Barely three weeks into the theatrical run for "Ip Man," a sequel to the chopsocky period drama is already being fast-tracked into production, according to the film's producer.