M-Line Distribution's FilMart lineup is headed by three new titles that the company has picked up recently.
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Mei Ah has boarded "Drive Me Crazy", a romantic comedy loaded with car racing scenes.
Narendra Tamhane's multi-lingual "Court" has won best feature at the Indian government's annual National Film Awards.
Film contrasting personal and official histories launches at HAF in wee that Lee Kuan Yew dies
Diversity improves, but Chinese-language films look set to dominate
Booming industry, increasingly driven by Internet, makes it hard to groom film talent.
The Hong Kong government has renewed and relaunched two funds to support local filmmaking. The First Feature Film Initiative, which had been run as a pilot program, is now to be made permanent…
Though not without some zingy segs the adventures of a brilliant detective with a bumbling streak and his far more entertaining sidekick is hampered by jarring tonal shifts and undisciplined…
A fact-based portrait of a Hong Kong headmistress who moved mountains to run a kindergarten for her five underprivileged pupils, “Little Big Master” has a humongous heart. So true is helmer Adrian…
Cultural currency, identity and big data weigh on creative effort.
The 6th edition of the Okinawa Intl. Movie Festival announced the winners of its double-barreled Laugh and Peace competition section today at the Okinawa Convention Center in Ginowan, Okinawa, Japan…
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