TOKYO -- The Tokyo Film Festival's Tiffcom pic and TV mart is moving to Odaiba, a trendy Tokyo Bay district, after failing to secure its usual venue in the Roppongi Hill complex in downtown Tokyo for…
"Untouchable," French helmers Eric Toledano and Olivier Nakache's drama about the oil-and-water relationship between a paralyzed French aristocrat and his ex-con caregiver, won the Tokyo Sakura Grand…
Always striving for respect, Japan gathering refocuses post-tsunami.
The Japan Contents Festival (Cofesta), an umbrella org for Japanese contents events, unveiled a slimmer roster for its fourth edition, skedded to start on Sept. 16.
Film buyers and sellers breathed an almost audible sigh of relief Wednesday when the Tokyo Film Market (Tiffcom) opened with respectable levels of corridor traffic and activity.
The 21st Tokyo Film Festival unveiled its lineup Thursday, including four world preems in the competition section: Ivy Ho's helming debut "Claustrophobia," Feng Xiaoning's disaster pic "Super…
CoFesta, an umbrella org for 15 media-related events and markets, skedded from September 30 to October 28, has announced changes for its second edition.
Japan is the second-biggest film market on the planet, with 2005 box office totaling $1.68 billion on 160.5 million admissions and 731 pics released, so naturally everyone in the global biz wants to…
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures