Fortissimo Films has picked up international sales rights to "Miao Miao," a Taiwanese multi-sexual drama produced by Wong Kar-wai's Jet Tone Films and J.A. Movies (H.K.).
The fourth edition of the Chinese American Film Festival gets under way today at the Directors Guild of America in Hollywood.
Attending last week's annual Casbaa pay TV convention was reminiscent of London under the Blitz, when folk hid underground in cellars and subways to escape enemy bombing.
Opening on the day after the U.S. election, the American Film Market could have a different energy this time round. Will change have come to America? And -- to focus on the film biz -- how will the…
Spanish helmer Alejandro Amenabar's lavish fourth-century Roman-Egypt epic about philosopher Hypatia (Rachel Weisz) and her struggle to protect her life's work in the midst of war. Her two loves are…
PCCW, the telecoms, property and media company, says that its two leading shareholders are considering taking the company private.
Toonz Animation India has pacted with iconic Indian magazine group Chandamama to create a cartoon movie based on one of Chandamama's properties.
Indonesia voted a controversial anti-pornography bill into law on Thursday. The law has been opposed by many in the biz as restricting creative freedom and has been challenged by others who see it as…
Financial support for overseas filmmakers can be accessed directly through the Singapore Tourism Board's program called Film in Singapore!, which will refund up to 50% of costs incurred in Singapore.
ITV Global Entertainment boss Peter Iacono Wednesday unveiled details of Granada TV, the Blighty commercial broadcaster's first foray into Asian broadcasting.
InterActiveCorp topper Barry Diller Wednesday threw his weight behind the presidential ambitions of Barack Obama.