TOKYO — The Tokyo International Film Festival today unveiled the line-up for its 26th edition, which will unspool Oct. 17-25 in Tokyo's Roppongi Hills entertainment and shopping complex. The…
HONG KONG — Arclight Films has become the latest U.S.-based sales agency to open an office in Beijing. The company has hired Elliot Tong, a former producer and sales agent, to head the new operation…
Tokyo — Chinese director Chen Kaige will head the competition jury at the 26th Tokyo Intl. Film Festival, set to unspool Oct. 22-24. Chen's association with the festival goes back to its sixth…
BEIJING -- Helmer Chen Kaige's contemporary social drama about online witchhunts, "Caught in the Web," has been selected as mainland China's contender in the foreign language film category at next…
An engrossing, if lengthy social drama in which a woman's minor public misconduct plunges her into a dragnet of cyber witch-hunting that unseats relationships, careers and a business empire, the…
Drama on vagaries of technology and Internet unspools at Toronto
Nineteen years after winning the Palme d'Or for "Farewell, My Concubine," Chen Kaige is coming to the Croisette to debut select scenes of "Caught in the Web," his look at China in the Internet age.
Vet Chinese helmer Chen Kaige has been tapped as the inaugural international prexy of the 2011 Sydney Film Festival Jury.
An emotionally fertile exploration of paternal love and revenge, and a welcome return to form for Chen Kaige.
Riding a wave of unabashed fantasy and incendiary anticipation, Chen Kaige's "The Promise" -- at $30 million, China's most expensive film -- defies both gravity and logic. Pic is a mixed bag of…
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