The Chinese and Hong Kong governments have announced special visa arrangements making it easier for people living across the border in China's massive industrial city Shenzhen to visit the Hong Kong…
UTV Motion Pictures has claimed that it has become first Indian company to have scored more than $5 million at the North American box office in the first half of the year.
A tussle for the assets of the now-defunct U.K. distrib Tartan Films is under way in the U.K and U.S.
Japan's Keio U. and Singapore's National U. are setting up a joint interactive digital media research facility.
Kiyoshi Kurosawa's "Tokyo Sonata" was named best film last week at the Osians' Cinefan Festival of Asian and Arab Cinema.
It is going to be a hot summer in Singapore. Especially for local films. The releases of four Singapore-made movies are packed into the space of the next three weeks.
Gotham-based foundation Global Film Initiative has snapped up North American rights to Indonesian movie "The Photograph," which had its European bow this month at the Karlovy Vary fest.
Media Asia, the Hong Kong production and distribution outfit, has retrieved rights to movies including the "Infernal Affairs" trilogy, from the collapsed distributor Tartan Group.
Indian broadcast group Zee Entertainment Enterprises Limited (ZEEL) Wednesday unveiled a 98% increase in profits.
Three Hollywood studios have struck a deal with Singapore Telecommunications giving local auds access to TV shows just 24 hours after their Stateside debut.
Internet video firm Joost, started by the founders of Skype, is today (Wednesday) launching a venture in China.