Set almost entirely inside a hospital, where a neurosurgeon, a criminal patient and a police inspector are forced into a deadly stand-off, Hong Kong auteur Johnnie To’s action-thriller "Three" is…
Like Ashley Madison subscribers, a bra designer pursues an elusive transgression in "Lost in Hong Kong," a tamer but still agreeable follow-up to helmer-thesp Xu Zheng's directorial debut, the…
“This is like a film that’s started shooting before the script’s finished,” exclaims one protagonist in “Hollywood Adventures.” He pretty much sums up this scattergun action-comedy helmed by Timothy…
HONG KONG — China's Dalian Wanda Group has unveiled plans to become one of the world's biggest film companies. At a glitzy ceremony in the port city of Qingdao, attended by top stars from China and…
Is Hollywood doing something wrong, or are Chinese filmmakers doing something right? Both, which is why American studios need to quickly rethink their roles and goals. Some already are.
Vicki Zhao's accomplished directing debut is a lyrical ode to youth at its most fearless and foolhardy.
Relativity Media has hired veteran executive and screenwriter Richard Potter as exec VP of production and development. Potter will report to president Tucker Tooley and president of production Robbie…
Simply relating the narrative of Andrew Dosunmu's seductive immigrant drama "Mother of George" would do little to convey the film's stark, poetic power, much less its extraordinary visual and sonic…
Gallic alpine village hosts hot co-production market and boosts profiles of Euro features.
A defiantly retro item from a onetime Oscar winner (for 1982's "Begin the Beguine"), helmer Jose Luis Garci's "Holmes & Watson: Madrid Days" has little going for it except curiosity value.
Wu Ershan's supernatural costumer combines technical razzle-dazzle with a competently told yarn that allows its stars to shine.