Koji Wakamatsu, the prolific and pioneering Japanese cult helmer known for his work in the pink-film adult genre, died on Wednesday from injuries sustained when he was hit by a taxi in the Shinjuku…
A curse on a noble but unholy family in a remote community casts its shadow over several generations.
The first Venice Film Market wrapped on a high note Monday with clear signs of intensive, mostly Eurocentric, dealmaking being done, industryites praising facilities and services, and the prospect…
The first Venice Film Market wraps on a high note today with some deals sealed, industryites happy with facilities and services, and the likelihood that next year they won't save all their…
The Venice Film Festival has unveiled its full lineup which sees a solid roster of established international auteurs compete for the Golden Lion alongside lesser-known helmers.
The film reps an attempt to understand the ultra-nationalist ideology that prompted novelist Yukio Mishima's failed coup and subsequent seppuku in 1970.
A complete list of the screenings set for the Cannes Film Festival
Yoshio Harada, an actor who played everything from long-haired rebels to irascible granddads in a four-decade career, died of pneumonia in Tokyo on Tuesday, July 19. He was 71.
Bravura narrative filmmaking on a hugely ambitious scale, "Carlos" is a spectacular achievement.
Layers intimate drama with an angry critique of the suffering wrought by Japan's role in WWII.
Human nature's dark side is the menacing midwife to the stillbirth of '60s idealism in the initially challenging and ultimately riveting "United Red Army."