Thailand is going over board to demonstrate that it has plenty of upcoming movie making talent, and will organize 'Thai Pitch' in Cannes.
1990s action star, Steven Seagal has unveiled plans to launch a production company in Thailand and produce at least two films in the country
Thailand's slide from a country known as the Land of Smiles to a land dogged by religious conflict and political violence is lamented in the elegantly composed arthouse entry "The Island Funeral."
South Korea's CJ Entertainment and Thailand's Major Cineplex create a joint venture to produce movies for Thai and SE Asian markets.
Thailand's M Pictures has unveiled local horror movie "Take Me Home."
"Freelance," a comedy drama from the now defunct GTH studios, dominated proceedings at the Thailand National Film Association Awards
Viacom International Media's Paramount Channel will launch in Asia following a first deal in Thailand.
GTH, one of Thailand's leading entertainment conglomerates, is to dissolve following a dispute between the owners.
The Thai government has banned the release of "Arbat," a locally-made horror film that was set to have released later this week.
Thailand has named gay drama "How To Win At Checkers (Every Time)" as its contender for the foreign-language Academy Awards race.
Thailand's military government approves plans to create financial incentives that attract foreign films to shoot in the country.