A Tsai is just a sigh in "Afternoon," a dallying, mildly disarming filmed tete-a-tete between Tsai Ming-liang and his beloved leading man Lee Kang-sheng.
Chang Tso-chi's "Thanatos, Drunk" took six prizes and dominated the final awards of the Taipei Film Festival, including the Grand Prix. The festival concluded Saturday (July 18) after running from…
Launch to coincide with Museum of the Moving Image retrospective of Tsai works
Another exquisite, snail-paced cinematic perambulation from Tsai Ming-liang and Lee Kang-sheng.
Festival sets twin opening films, "That Demon Within" as closer.
"Stray Dogs," the austere, and possibly final film, by Tsai Ming-liang is to be given a theatrical release in the U.S. and in Tsai's adopted home, Taiwan.
Taiwan may impose a 5% tax on all cinema tickets sold in the territory, under a new initiative from the Ministry of Culture. The proceeds will be channeled into a fund to help support the local movie…
Wong Kar-wai's "The Grandmaster" topped the nominations list for the Golden Horse Awards, the Taiwanese prizes for best Chinese-language cinema.
When Kent Jones took the reins of the New York Film Festival last year from its leader of 25 years, Richard Pena all eyes were focused on how his stewardship would shift the tenor, tone and aesthetic…
A bone-chilling yet strangely moving thriller whose eerie ambiguity will be best suited to festival audiences.
VENICE -Italo helmer Gianfranco Rosi’s fresh docu “Sacro GRA,” about people living on the fringe along the ring road around Rome, is the winner of the Venice Film Festival’s 70th edition which…