Even as Hollywood tubthumps 3-D as the next big driver for the theatrical market, Indian exhibitors are banking on local alternative content to drive digital conversion on the subcontinent.
Illegal camcording in Asian cinemas is on the rise, even while exhibitors in individual countries take steps to battle the problem, according to the Motion Picture Assn. in Asia-Pacific.
U.S.-based Entertainment Properties Trust has unveiled a $25 million investment in Chinese exhibitor Apex Intl. Cinemas.
Three senior execs resigned Monday from Hong Kong's commercial broadcaster Asia Television, which installed two new toppers last week.
Honors at Saturday's running of the Golden Horse Awards, the biggest annual kudofest for Chinese-language movies, were split between "The Warlords" and Taiwanese hit "Cape No. 7."
Like the theatrical experience it offers elsewhere, Imax's expansion plans in Asia are large scale. The Ontario-based company has spent the last 18 months inking deals in a majority of Asian…
Mainland Chinese authorities are rethinking plans to release Taiwanese hit "Cape No. 7."
Hong Kong's No. 2 commercial broadcaster Asia Television has tapped two execs with strong telco backgrounds to replace CEO Louis Page, who quit suddenly in October after a year in the job.
Hong Kong's Film Development Council is to launch a publicity campaign featuring 33 up and coming local directors.
Two media giants are expanding their videogame presence in Asia.
Former Focus Films topper Daniel Yu has joined Beijing-based production and talent management group Chengtian (aka Orange Sky) as vice general manager of its Orange Sky Zhihong film and TV production…
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