After a gap of nearly two decades, Yamada Yoji is finally returning to comedy, the genre that made him famous.
Tan Pin Pin, whose most recent film was banned in Singapore, is among seven directors making an omnibus movie marking the country's independence anniversary.
"Norte, The End of History," a four-hour epic, has been selected by The Philippines for Oscar contention
Government inaction is hurting the Indian film industry, dissuading international productions and limiting film tourism, says study.
Mayor accused of interfering in programming as festival is pressured to remove Sewol ferry documentary.
Sex fetish comedy "The Little Death" will release in the U.S. following a rights acquisition by distributor Magnolia Pictures.
Martial arts superstar Michelle Yeoh and Will Yun Lee will give a significant Asian angle to the fourth season of Cinemax series "Strike Back."
A sequel to 2001 smash hit comedy romance "My Sassy Girl" is to be made as a co-production between Korea's Shincine and China's Beijing Sky Wheel Media.
Geethu Mohandas' "Liar's Dice" is India's entry in the Academy Awards foreign language category, the Film Federation of India announced on Tuesday.
Six films finished the Sept. 15-21 week with box office scores separated by only $2 million. "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" kept its nose just ahead.
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