Two of Taiwan's biggest film titles for 2014 will make their market debuts in Busan next week, having been picked up by new sales company Ablaze Image.
Comrade Kim Goes Flying
HONG KONG — Wayne Wang, Naomi Kawase and Mohsen Makhmalbaf are among the cream of Asia's film makers who will line up for the Asian Project Market (Oct 7-10), the arthouse film financing event that…
Opening on July 18, the Durban Intl. Film Festival now ranks as one of the longest running, biggest and fastest growing of major African film events and a burgeoning platform for business in South…
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J.C. Chandor's almost dialog-free Robert Redford-starrer "All Is Lost" and Pedro Almodovar's "I'm So Excited" will bookend a Melbourne Int'l Film Fest that includes a section of North Korea-themed…
Cheerfully smashing perceptions of North Korea as a shuttered nation, "Comrade Kim Goes Flying" proves that cooperation with the West really is possible, at least in cinema. A candy-hued throwback to…
The networks see the DVR as something of a primetime panacea for ratings, but same-night viewing is still the biggest driver of a show's numbers. Just ask some of TV's top series, which remain as…
Producer Frank Marshall has been named co-chairman of the board of nonprofit org L.A.'s Promise, which aids public schools in South Los Angeles. Marshall has been on the org's board since 2007…
There’s a new emcee in town for the 35th edition of Los Angeles’ Playboy Jazz Festival (June 15-16), which replaced longstanding host Bill Cosby with another comedian, George Lopez. This changing of…
The creative team behind upcoming horror "You're Next" is set to reunite for action thriller "The Guest."
Busan unspools 300-plus films in its goal to illuminate the niche pics of Asian cinema
The Weinstein Co.'s music-based dramedy "Song for Marion" will world preem in the Toronto Film Festival's closing night Gala slot, it was announced Tuesday along with 146 titles, including 35 world…