Korean sales company Finecut has closed a handful of sales deals for top Korean arthouse helmer Hong Sangsoo's Locarno best picture winner "Right Now, Wrong Then." The picture will be released in…
Oliver Stone's "The Untold History of the United States," Emir Baigazin's "Harmony Lessons" and Lav Diaz's "Prologue to The Great Desaparecido" feature in this year's San Sebastian Zabaltegi…
"30 Rock" editor Ken Eluto (nommed for picture editing, comedy) had a favorite moment in the finale: "When Liz comes to see Tracy in the strip club — which is how the show started — you see…
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"Life of Pi," Ang Lee's film about a boy adrift at sea with a hungry tiger, isn't a virtual production like "Avatar," but its 3D footage and CG animation and environments posed challenges for film…
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South Korea-based sales outfit Finecut has closed deals on Kim Jee-woon's thriller "I Saw the Devil," among a slate of well-sold pics. "Devil" has been nabbed by Luna Films for Singapore and…
Korean helmer Park Jung-bum's debut, "The Journals of Musan," has been acquired by Star Sands for Japan and SNRT for Morocco TV.
Korean indie sales outfit Fine Cut has boarded a Seoul- and San Francisco-shot black comedy about a man-eating boar.
Warner Bros. has picked up remake rights to South Korea's surprise hit "The Chaser," and already the project is taking on the aura of the studio's last major Asian remake hit, "The Departed."
Going literally where no movie has gone before, "Star Trek: The Motion Picture" comes back from an extensive refit looking like the film it should have been in 1979. Hats off to Par for giving helmer…