An award-worthy perf by stage vet Lu Zhong fuses together the incongruent elements of "Red Amnesia," Wang Xiaoshuai's involving if fragmented take on an older woman lost in the disorientation of…
Exclusive Media set to produce and co-finance Sam Fell's action comedy "Skiptrace," starring Jackie Chan and Bingbing Fan.
The Asian Project Market aims to encourage collaborations between Asian and non-Asian filmmakers. Projects at this year's APM encompass a wide range of regions from Asia to the Netherlands, to…
SHANGHAI -- Censors have blocked the latest film by Lu Chuan, one of China's rising helmers, as local filmmakers expressed their frustration saying censorship puts them at a disadvantage in competing…
The Sarasota Film Festival has set its final slate of some 230 shorts and features, including 14 pics that are world or U.S. preems.
Following its global outlook, Paris-based Full House's first productions, "7 Days in Havana" and "11 Flowers," have started to rack up worldwide sales as well.
An absorbing coming-of-age drama set during the waning stage of China's Cultural Revolution, "11 Flowers" takes its place among Wang Xiaoshuai's finest films.
A look at the lineup
Gaul's Films Distribution has taken worldwide rights outside mainland China to "Chongqing Blues," the latest movie from Wang Xiaoshuai ("In Love We Trust").
The major emotional conflicts at the heart of this pic only occasionally break the surface in this well-played but monotonal feature.
"S.O.P. Standard Operating Procedure," Errol Morris' examination of human rights violations at the Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq; Paul Thomas Anderson's "There Will Be Blood," starring Daniel Day-Lewis…