Kenneth Tan has been appointed chief operating officer of Singapore's influential Media Development Authority, replacing Man Shu Sum, who joins TV powerhouse Mark Burnett Asia on May 2.
Production of the Weinstein Co.'s period piece "Shanghai" is to relocate to Thailand and Blighty following its forced exit from China.
Cross-border movie co-production in Asia has little need for the formality of additional inter-governmental treaties, bizzers were told Monday at a Variety-backed symposium at Hong Kong's blossoming…
Golden Network and Mei Ah Entertainment are to split rights to "An Empress and the Warriors" (Jiang shan meiren.)
Indian entertainment group Pyramid Saimira is moving into satellite TV.
"Memoirs of a Geisha" star Michelle Yeoh's jointly owned shingle, Jelly Bean Film & Distribution, is selling its first productions at Hong Kong's FilMart, which opened Monday.
Continuing its remarkable kudos collection, South Korea 's "Secret Sunshine" Monday grabbed top honors at the second running of the Asian Film Awards show.
South Korean film "With a Girl of Black Soil" was Sunday named as the best film at the tenth running of the Deauville Asian Film Festival (March 12-16) in France.
Recently launched Korean sales company Fine Cut has expanded its slate with a pair of pickups from United Pictures, a new shingle headed by a trio of leading Korean producers.
Celestial Pictures will soon release 1984 romantic-comedy "Behind the Yellow Line" on Blu-Ray DVD, its first title on the high-definition format.
The Weinstein Co. has inked an output deal with Sundream Motion Pictures, which is also ramping up its movie production with two projects to be announced at this week's FilMart Asian pic market in…