Warner Music will move into theatrical movie distribution for the U.K. release of supernatural occult thriller "Chemical Wedding."
Japanese distrib Movie Eye is one of more than a dozen companies to pick up rights in 40 territories to Arclight Films' British thriller "The Bank Job."
China's decision to block the shoot of the Weinstein Co.'s "Shanghai" has left some talking of a backlash within the country against foreign influence and wondering about damage to the Chinese…
Gaga and Usen chief Tom Yoda has set out a more welcoming, multicultural vision for the Tokyo film festival, which he now chairs.
Indian superstar Shah Rukh Khan is to produce the country's most expensive ever movie in a bid to show the world the strength of the subcontinent's special effects and animation industries.
India is beginning to make its weight felt at international film markets, and is likely to become a more significant buying force as specialty TV channels are launched.
Three of the biggest names in Japanese cinema have boarded "Sharaku," a historical detective story being packaged by Korea's Studio 2.0.
Multihyphenate Bo Zenga will spoof six of the highest-grossing monster movies of all time in his new project "Stan Helsing."
The past year was a wobbly one for Asian film finance, with the sector making a few steps forward and taking almost as many backward.
Berlin has come of age as a sales market, if the way the business is now being conducted is any indicator.
CJ Entertainment, Korea's biggest movie company, has made significant advances with two of the largest Korean projects of the year.