Masaharu Take's "100 Yen Love," a gritty drama about a female boxer is Japan's nominee for the Best Foreign Language Film Academy Award.
Director Wang Chao announced regulators' decision on his microblog.
Asian Shadows has picked up sales rights to "Tharlo," Tibetan director Pema Tseden's monochrome drama which plays in Venice's Orizzonte section.
"The Throne," a period drama directed by Lee Joon-ik, has been selected by Korea as its contender for the foreign-language Academy Awards.
Cinemas in Hong Kong enjoyed a 33% growth business over the summer months of July and August. Hollywood dominated as local titles slumped.
Becker Film, one of Australia's leading distributors, has struck a home entertainment deal with Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment
Experienced TV executive Courtney Gibson has been appointed as CEO of Australia's Screen NSW, the funding body in New South Wales.
Alibaba Pictures Group has boarded "Little Door Gods," an animated feature that is the first film from Beijing-based Light Chaser Animation.
Booming cinema sector to get third-party standards and services enforcement.
Eric Khoo's first feature "Mee Pok Man" and Yonfan's "Bugis Street" will play in a special classics section of the SGIFF.
"Terminator Genisys" took the top spot at the Chinese box office with a score that puts it on course to overtake its gross in North America.