Local production thrives by focusing on pan-Chinese themes
Honk Kong-asia Film Financing Forum
HONG KONG -- On the eve of this year's Hong Kong Filmart, which kicks off on Monday and runs through March 22, Michael Werner's Hong Kong and Amsterdam-based Fortissimo Films announced it had…
BEIJING -- Organizers are gearing up for a record number of exhibitors at Filmart, the Hong Kong Film and Television Market, while Keanu Reeves will give a master class on digital film at the Hong…
Thai helmer Apitchatpong Weerasethakul's Palme d'Or winner "Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives" notched up its latest success on Monday when it scooped the best film laurel at the 5th Asian…
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.
Top Asian filmmakers will line up their next projects at the Hong Kong-Asia Film Financing Forum (HAF) in March.
The 34th Hong Kong Film Festival kicked off Sunday with the twin bows of Ivy Ho's comedy "Crossing Hennessy" and Clara Law's "Like a Dream" at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center.
Hong Kong's Filmart, which saw more visitors and exhibitors this year, continues to be ranked the top features market in Asia, according to a survey.
In its second year, the Entertainment Expo is shooting to be bigger and better. Industries in Asia "should seize the opportunity," especially in light of increased interest for Asian films in the…
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