Taipei-based production and sales company Double Edge Entertainment brings two new titles to the Asian Film Market. Director Sunny Yu’s "The Kids" is a teenage drama about a high school boy…
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Oftentimes, the greatest hurdle a film composer can face is time. Coming into the process so near its conclusion, scorers are usually granted little wiggle-room in which to digest the emotional arc…
Just marginally a documentary, "Chronicling a Crisis" turns out to be one of Amos Kollek's more affecting films, partly because the Israeli helmer turns his camera on his woeful self and on Robin…
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Taiwanese shingle Double Edge Entertainment has sold its $3 million 3D concert film, "Mayday 3DNA," about the band Mayday, to Deltamac in Hong Kong, Galloping Horse in Mainland China and Icon Film…
When Lisa Cholodenko's domestic comedy "The Kids Are All Right" premiered at the Sundance Film Festival this year, the reviews ranged from solid to outright ecstatic.
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Los Angeles and New York audiences turned out for hot sex with a literary twist over the weekend, as director Jean-Jacques Annaud's steamy tale of forbidden romance between a Chinese man and a young…
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