Malaysian-Hong Kong action thriller "Mrs K" has been set as the opening film of the Osaka Asian Film Festival. The festival, which runs March 3-12, will close with the world premiere of teen music…
"Black Swan" director Darren Aronofsky will be the subject of an evening event at next month's Singapore International Film Festival. Simon Yam, one of the most versatile Hong Kong actors, will…
Celebrated actress Kara Wai has reunited with director Ho Yuhang on action film "Mrs K," which has now begun shooting in Malaysia. Ho was in October named as the inaugural winner of the Financial…
The 35th Hong Kong International Film Festival has named local favorite thesp and warbler Miriam Yeung as ambassador for the fest, which runs from Mar. 20 through Apr.5.
Crowdfunding via Internet is beginning to emerge as one source of complementary coin for specialty pics.
Harmony Korine is the third filmmaker to join the lineup of creatives aiming to finance movies via Cinema Reloaded, the crowd-funding initiative launched earlier this year by the Rotterdam Film…
Circumstances spin far beyond the protags' control in Ho Yuhang's beautifully shot, noir-like tale.
Asian superheroes will be in the spotlight at South Korea's upcoming Pusan Film Festival as the subject of one of the event's many thematic sections.
Asian superheroes will be put in the spotlight at the upcoming Pusan festival as one of its many thematic sections.
"Love Conquers All" by Malaysian director Tan Chui Mui emerged as the big winner of the 11th Pusan International Film Festival.
New independent Malaysian cinema continues on its slow, steady and distancing course with "Rain Dogs/" Tale of a country boy's loss of innocence in the city and his exploration of family bonds keeps…
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