Cinemas in Hong Kong enjoyed a 33% growth business over the summer months of July and August. Hollywood dominated as local titles slumped.
Alibaba chairman Jack Ma is reported to be the buyer of a luxury house in Hong Kong that sold this week for HK$1.5 billion (US$193 million).
The Sundance Film Festival: Hong Kong will return for the second year with an expanded program including film-making and music workshops.
Denmark-based film sales company LevelK is to open a branch office in Hong Kong from next month.
High profile Australian arts administrator Michael Lynch is to be replaced by senior civil servant Duncan Pescod as CEO of the West Kowloon Cultural District, the arts mega project in Hong Kong.
Martial arts superstar Jet Li has taken advantage of the recent turmoil in Chinese equities.
LeTV, one of China's top online video platforms, plans to expand from mainland China into the Hong Kong video entertainment market.
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Some 51 Hong Kong films were made in 2014, up nearly 20% from the previous year. By that measure Hong Kong's cinema industry has been on the upswing. But in reality, the status quo is more or less…
The Hong Kong government has renewed the free-to-air license of leading TV group Television Broadcasts (TVB).
The Hong Kong government has cancelled the broadcast license of Asia Television, the territory's oldest free-to-air TV network group.