Los Angeles-based sales and finance company LongTale Intl. has picked up worldwide sales rights to Chinese-American helmer Sherwood Hu's "Prince of the Himalayas."
Indonesia's Indovision has begun carriage of BBC Worldwide's BBC Knowledge and children's channel Cbeebies.
Singapore's pay TV platforms are both adding channels to their lineups.
"Chevolution," the Netflix-backed docu about Alberto Korda's famously enigmatic photo of Cuban revolutionary Che Guevara, has been picked up by international sales agent Fortissimo Films.
Reliance Entertainment, the largest player in Indian film, is making an ambitious play in the U.S. exhib sector.
The Indian government told the film industry Tuesday that it would take a light touch to regulation to tackle piracy -- but would legislate if necessary.
In a rare Chinese-Indian entertainment pact, India's Pyramid Saimira Theater Ltd. and the China Society of Music Research Board have set up a joint
The Indian entertainment sector could be worth 1.157 trillion rupees ($28.6 billion) by 2011 if it grows at the expected annual rate of 18%.
Asia put on the glitz March 17 when Hong Kong welcomed the second running of the Asian Film Awards.
Launched in 1997, just weeks before Hong Kong ceased to be a British colony, Filmart has finally hit its stride as a launch pad for Chinese commercial cinema -- though that looks to be an endangered…
Indian animation major DQ Entertainment and Bollywood player Pritish Nandy Communications have pacted to develop and produce six movies over three years.