The quietly spoken head of Adlabs Films, Manmohan Shetty can be likened to India's version of Bill Kong. He draws on years of experience and has excellent instincts honed from work at the sharp end…
For all intents and purposes, China Film Group is the Chinese film industry -- it controls the purse strings, the facilities and the talent, and it decides who makes what and when. As the head of…
He describes himself as "the driving force behind UTV's evolution into India's first truly global media company." In truth, Rohinton "Ronnie" Screwvala has very little to be modest about.
Wang Zhongjun is a man of no small ambition. He dominates the Chinese film business with his ability to spot top talent and projects. He also has a knack for luring cash to fund the plans of the…
Since taking over as CEO of CJ Entertainment in late 2005, Kim Joo-sung has seen his company solidify its position as the local market's biggest player, while also pushing ahead on an international…
Yash Raj Chopra may represent the old guard of Indian cinema, but he is not just Bollywood's spiritual leader -- he also remains on the front line of both directing and producing.
Director, Singapore Film Commission
Tcha Seung-jai, co-president of Korea's most prolific production company Sidus FNH, is considered one of the industry's most influential figures, even in an off-year.
With an influence as commanding as his presence, Somsak Techaratanaprasert has catapulted Sahamongkolfilm Intl. from a humble distributor of Hong Kong chopsocky pics in the late 1970s to Thailand's…
In an age of instant statistical gratification, network execs are discovering that patience is now much more than a virtue -- it's a fact of life.
For years, cable nets were maligned for adjusting their brand what seemed like every few months.