"Blade of the Immortal," which debuts in Official Selection in the Cannes Film Festival next week, is set for a theatrical release in North America. Rights to the film were acquired by Magnet…
Emperor Motion Picture has picked up sales rights to two restored classic films of modern Asian cinema: "Devils on the Doorstep" and “Ichi the Killer." The Hong Kong-based studio has begun sales on…
Hong Kong remains a charming “character” for global film audiences, despite the change in government and recent political turmoil, says Japanese director Takashi Miike. The maverick filmmaker landed…
TOKYO – Warner Bros. and Japanese major Toho are teaming up to co-produce “Jojo no Kimyo na Boken” (translation: Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure,) a new live-action feature by maverick film maker Takashi…
Satomi Ishihara, Yoko Maki and Takao Osawa will star in the new Takashi Miike film "The Lion Who Stands in the Wind," a drama about a Japanese doctor working in Kenya.
Miike Takashi's blood-spattered shocker about teens forced to play a deadly game opened atop the Japanese B.O.
Paris-based film financier Backup Media is diving deeper into high-profile Asian arthouse and genre films. Bolstered by its partnership with producer Lorna Tee, Backup Media has acquired three Asian…
"Say good-bye to wimpy and boring Japanese movies," says cult Japanese director
"The Hunger Games" films may soon have a Japanese competitor as Takashi Miike gets Toho green light for "As God Says" ("Kamisama no lu Tori".)
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