Dante Lam, Fruit Chan, Yuen Wo-ping and Benny Chan head line up of top directors for Hong Kong studio
Golden Mulberry for services to Asian cinema
Festival sets twin opening films, "That Demon Within" as closer.
A deliriously high-concept and gleefully low-budget horror-comedy that mourns the dissolution of Hong Kong's core values since its handover to China in 1997.
"The Midnight After," a post-apocalyptic thriller which premieres next month in Berlin's Panorama section, will be distributed in international markets by Fortissimo Films.
This somewhat uneven but engrossing mini-triptych should please fans of Asian horror without necessarily scaring their pants off.
PARIS — Taihe Pictures, one of China’s fastest-growing film groups, is joining forces with European mini-major Wild Bunch to create a Beijing-based sales and distribution company. Aiming to become a…
Hur Jin-ho has bounced back with one of his finest pictures.
Pic is of interest to Asian specialists.
Fifteen world preems, some from name auteurs such as Goran Paskaljevic, Claude Miller and Alex Van Warmerdam, along with four first works and other potential discoveries, are set for Venice Days, the…
Bracingly twisted new pic unites Japanese cult figure Takashi Miike, Korean Cannes prize winner Park Chan-Wook and Hong Kong's Fruit Chan, who delivers the most extreme offering. Should tickle both…