The prequel to cop thriller "Infernal Affairs" broke box office records with an opening-day gross of $506,212 on the Oct. 1 holiday.
The seventh Hong Kong Intl. Film and Television Market, or Filmart, finally unspooled Sept. 24-26 after the outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome forced it to cancel its June slot -- and it…
Media Asia prepared an alternate ending for its hit "Infernal Affairs" to distribute in China but doesn't expect to do the same for the upcoming prequel and sequel.
This time last year, cinema operators had little to be happy about. World Cup fervor had robbed them of summer audiences, and autumn film offerings were weak.
A pig wandered around Hall 5 of Hong Kong's Convention and Exhibition Center on the first day of the Hong Kong Film and Television Market (Filmart), which will run Wednesday to today, but no one…
Warner Bros. has lined up another co-production slate with China's Century Hero Film Investment, an affiliate of the China Film Group and Hong Kong's Salon Films.
When "Infernal Affairs" was released, director Alan Mak didn't have high-profile successes the way his co-director Andrew Lau (of the "Young and Dangerous" series) did. He claimed five films as a…
Forget what's on the tube, the great pay TV showdown is the local drama to watch as the market finally sees newcomers arriving on the scene.
Move over "Jackass," Asians are set to get their own prank show -- "MTV Whatever Things!"
The Hong Kong Trade Development Council has confirmed its schedule of panels and speakers for the upcoming Filmart.
Television Broadcasts (TVB) is taking a novel approach to its programming of "real-time" drama series "24."
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