The Chinese group behind industry changing hit "Lost In Thailand", is to raise $163 million (RMB1 billion).
The fund will be one of the first non-Reminbi dominated funds to invest in China's media sector
James Wang, president of mainland Chinese production giant Huayi Brothers Media, has questioned the sustainability of China's exploding movie growth. "Have we reached a bottleneck?" Wang asked during…
Jeff Skoll’s Participant Media and the Doha Film Institute have dissolved the $100 million revolving film fund they had jointly announced during the 2013 Berlin Film Festival when they said it would…
Cult Spanish filmmaker, Alex de la Iglesia ("Witching and Bitching"), is prepping two projects for 2015, one of which will be the first film he produces himself. Attending the Marrakech Festival to…
MARRAKECH — Hirokazu Kore-eda graced the stage at the Marrakech Film Festival along with Japan's top filmmakers to receive this year's homage to Japanese cinema from the hands of French star and jury…
Shochiku has announced the cast for its remake of the 1967 Kihachi Okamoto epic "Japan's Longest Day."
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…
Egyptian-born Marwan Hamed burst onto the scene in 2006 with "The Yacoubian Building," said to be the highest-budgeted film in the history of Egyptian cinema. Hamed earned praise for tackling…
Peripatetic event had been scheduled to shift from Macau to Bangkok this year
LONDON — The Production Guild of Great Britain has inked bi-lateral pacts with the Producers Guild of America and the Producers Guild of Italy as film and television production continues to expand in…