Censorship of the media and political interference in festivals are hot button topics throughout Asia and Asian festivals. Operating under the slogan "truth cannot be confined," the 9th edition of…
Consumers of K-pop and arthouse Korean films have a definite divide, but now that boundary is blurring as well-known K-pop stars are showing up in arthouse titles and social dramas with a message…
The Singaporean director who shot to fame last year with "Ilo Ilo," is to exec produce "Distant," a pan-Asian omnibus film.
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China's "Black Coal, Thin Ice," received eight Golden Horse Awards nominations, topping the contenders list.
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The third year of ceremonies at the BIFF Centre, Thursday night, was the smoothest yet and arguably the most fun.
"Bang Bang!," the Indian action thriller starring Hrithik Roshan, will be released as Imax film, only the second Indian film to be remastered and released in the giant screen format. The film is…
The fifth instalment of the "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise will set sail from Queensland, Australia, with production casting off from February 2015.
On the eve of the Busan festival, families of some of the victims of April's Sewol ferry disaster have called on the city mayor to block screenings a controversial documentary
Chinese online video site Youku is to pact with the Busan festival to launch a new talent discovery program.
Australia has selected director Rolf de Heer's Aborigine-themed "Charlie's Country" as its contender for foreign-language Academy Award contention.