Columbia TriStar, China Film Group, Korea's CJ Entertainment and two Hong Kong studios, Emperor Motion Pictures and Media Asia, have signed an agreement to develop young movie-making talent in China.
China and Singapore are to step up levels of entertainment industry cooperation.
Royston Tan helmed "881" has been selected to represent Singapore as the country's contender in the foreign-language Oscar category.
Vietnamese free-to-air broadcaster VTV3 and Indonesia's Trans TV have licensed the format rights to "Karaoke Showdown" from Sony Pictures Television International (SPTI).
Chinese businessman Nelson Wong Kam-fu has made a surprise takeover bid for PCCW, the Hong Kong telco group that operates the Now Broadband TV platform.
China Film Group's recently promoted chairman-CEO, Han Sanping, on Tuesday underlined his determination to launch mainland China's predominant movie company on the stock market through an initial…
Sony Pictures Entertainment and leading Indian movie group Eros Intl. have struck a multipicture production and distribution deal that puts Sony at the front rank of the Hindi-language industry.
Lensing is under way in Hong Kong on Singaporean helmer Kelvin Tong's "Rule Number One," after a quick change of investors.
It may be the only time in showbiz history that entertainment companies had major victories but did nothing to trumpet them.
Taiwan's Bureau of Investigation, Ministry of Justice (MJIB) Thursday day raided the Taipei-based peer-to-peer website Hip2p.com, believed to be operating as a pirate distributor of movies online.