Amazon has announced its first move into production of an original series in Korea. "The Idolm@ster.kr" is a live-action drama series based on Bandai Namco Entertainment’s popular Japanese…
A Hindi- and English-language adaptation of author Vikram Chandra's critically acclaimed bestselling novel "Sacred Games" will be the first Netflix original series made in India. Set in Mumbai, the…
TOKYO – Amazon has unveiled a slate of original content for its Prime Video entertainment service in Japan, including 12 Japanese-made titles. They range from children's shows to historical dramas…
As Amazon Studios' "The Man in the High Castle" prepares for its second season, composer Dominic Lewis continues to create a score that ushers the story through a strange, alternate universe while…
SINGAPORE – Mainland Chinese online video portal iQIYI plans to more than double original production in 2015, with at least 30 titles and 500 episodes on the slate so far compared to 13 in 2014…
Japanese post prod company Imagica is to open an offshoot at the new Pinewood Iskandar Malaysia Studios, where TWC's "Marco Polo" is set to shoot.
London-based company Cinesite VFX will join fellow VFX firms looking to benefit from tax incentives as it sets its sights on Canada. Québec premier Pauline Marois announced Monday that Cinesite is…
Production is now underway on "Old Boys: The Way of the Dragon," a Chinese pic that is the first feature to be produced by Youku Originals, part of NYSE-listed Internet video giant Youku-Tudou.
Mosaic is moving into horror films via a feature based on the web series "Marble Hornets." Mosaic is producing the film with Kirill Baru and John Zaozirny. James Moran, the second-unit director on…
Copyright laws and Digital Rights Management schemes meant to encourage content creators are instead undermining artists' rights and curtailing individual freedom -- and are doomed to fail anyway.
Walt Disney Animation Studios has licensed its XGen visual effects and animation software, used for Rapunzel's hair in "Tangled" as well as fur, feathers and foliage, to software giant Autodesk.