Takeshi Kitano was in an only mildly confrontational mood Tuesday for the Tokyo premiere of "Mozu,"
The 68th Locarno Film Festival will honor Japan’s Office Kitano shingle with the Premio Raimondo Rezzonico. Created in 2002, plaudit pays tribute to outstanding players working in the independent…
Director/actor Takeshi Kitano is starring in Wayne Wang's "While the Women Are Sleeping," a story about a struggling Japanese author who befriends a mysterious couple.
Yusuke Okada claims his prize ceremony is the cleanest in Japan.
TOKYO — Joshua and Benny Safdie’s gritty New York drug scene drama “Heaven Knows What” was awarded the Tokyo Grand Prix on Friday at the closing ceremony of the Tokyo International Film…
Iconic comedian-actor-director receives inaugural 'Samurai Award' at Tokyo Festival.
Celebrity Kiran Rao calls for structural change in Indian film as she lends weight to the release of "Ship of Theseus"
PARIS — Hengameh Panahi's Paris-based Celluloid Dreams, one of Europe's most respected sales companies, and Brussels' uMedia, a burgeoning Euro mini-studio, have tied the knot on an alliance that…
The body count holds steady but the bloodshed is considerably easier to take in "Outrage Beyond," the controlled if excessively labyrinthine sequel to Takeshi Kitano's "Outrage."
What, it's fair to ask, is a Welsh-born director doing in Jakarta making martial arts movies?
From "Heidi" and "Harold and Maude" to Takeshi Kitano's "Kikujiro," there's been no shortage of odd couplings of the very young and very old.