Mainland Chinese film "The Summer is Gone" emerged as the winner at the Golden Horse Awards on Saturday. The film, set in Inner Mongolia in the 1990s, was named as best picture in the annual awards…
Golden Horse Awards
Nominations for the Golden Horse Awards, announced Saturday evening in Taiwan, will pose plenty of problems for mainland Chinese censors and broadcasters. The contenders for the most prestigious…
"The Assassin" came out on top at the Golden Horse Awards, often regarded as the highest prizes for Chinese-language films.
"The Assassin," made by iconic Taiwanese director Hou Hsiao-hsien, heads the race for the annual Golden Horse Awards, having collected a massive 11 nominations. Nominations for the awards, often…
Director Chen Jianbin has confirmed that his award-winning film “A Fool” will not receive a release in China. The film has been in danger of being left on the shelf ever since lead actor Wang Xuebing…
A helming debut that crackles with deadpan humor, feisty perfs, rich provincial color, even food for thought.
Doze Niu Chen-zer, the Taiwanese director of "Paradise in Service," was given a suspended jail sentence for breaking a law that prohibits the entry of Chinese nationals into a Taiwan naval base.
Taiwan's minister of culture has warned against a possible boycott of the Golden Horse Awards by China and mainland Chinese media.
China's "Black Coal, Thin Ice," received eight Golden Horse Awards nominations, topping the contenders list.
"Stray Dogs," the austere, and possibly final film, by Tsai Ming-liang is to be given a theatrical release in the U.S. and in Tsai's adopted home, Taiwan.
Prizes at Taiwan's Golden Horse Awards, awarded for the year's best best Chinese language films, were roughly split between Wong Kar-wai's "The Grandmaster" and Singaporean first time director…