"Ice Kacang Puppy Love," a mold-breaking romance, was the biggest winner at the Golden Wau Awards, a new ceremony that underlines the growing importance of Chinese language films in Malaysia.
New free-TV licenses were awarded to Hong Kong's two pay-TV platform operators. But the company which has been doing the most to break into the sector was denied a permit.
Huayi Brothers Media, currently China's largest listed film company, revised the guidance for its upcoming third quarter financial results.
Benny Chan's action thriller "The White Storm" will have its world premiere as the opening film of the upcoming Hong Kong Asia Film Festival (Oct. 25 – Nov. 19).
Software giant, Microsoft is to sell its stake in NineMSN to its Australian joint venture partner Nine Entertainment Company. The portal, recently renamed as Mi9, is Australia's third most visited…
While Mia Wasikowska is named star of the year, arts minister George Brandis says that industry and government must both do their bit to keep up with film piracy and digital technology.
The Chinese government has unveiled plans to make at least one film for each of its 55 ethnic minority groups.
South Korean film "Pascha" and Mongolian-German co-production "Remote Control" shared the top prize at the 18th edition of the Busan International Film Festival. The New Currents third prize went to…
Asian TV channel operator Celestial Tiger Entertainment will next week launch a new channel, cHK, focused on Hong Kong entertainment. Its first outing will be on SingTel's mioTV platform in Singapore…
Taiwan may impose a 5% tax on all cinema tickets sold in the territory, under a new initiative from the Ministry of Culture. The proceeds will be channeled into a fund to help support the local movie…
Prizes at the Busan festival's Asian Project Market were largely kept close to home turf. Four of the nine awards went to Korean projects, a fifth to a remake of a Korean title.