The U.S. ambassador to Thailand has urged the Thai government to "strengthen the protection of intellectual property rights" in a region where piracy costs the U.S. $200 million per year.
Thailand's 18 Internet service providers were warned to shutter Web sites containing "obscene and subversive content" on Dec. 20 or risk losing their licenses.
A Canadian government delegation met here Dec. 9 with Thai government officials and film producers to discuss establishing a bilateral film treaty.
Don't count multiplexing in Asia out yet. After all, it really hasn't even started in China. And two significant events mark regional development this year.
The Thai people are known for their ready smiles, and now, as figures for first half of 2002 dribble in, locally based Hollywood distribs are walking around with big Cheshire grins on their faces…
As the annual monsoon depression sets in over Southeast Asia, Thailand's broadcasters are trying to figure out how to bust out of their own depression.
The Chinese Film Bureau on Tuesday granted a wide release to "The Touch," from Michelle Yeoh's Mythical Films, one of the few Hong Kong companies to get a release outside the strict foreign-film…
TV production houses, including Media of Medias, Work Point, JSL and Kantana, have formed their own sales teams and are snubbing ad agencies, the traditional service brokers.
The modern-day exhibition business in Thailand is only 10 years old, but it seems the terrible teens are setting in already.
Major Cineplex Group is set to become Thailand's dominant exhibitor after it lists on Thailand's big board May 23.
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures