With October already bursting at the seams with film festivals in Pusan, London, Rome, Antalya and Tokyo, the addition of another fest might normally have elicited a groan.
Upscale auds may appreciate pic's assumption of white liberal guilt, but probably not for 110 minutes.
"Hero" rocks. You don't have to have seen the hit 2001 TV series or the 2006 two-hour special to appreciate this bigscreen continuation of the legal adventures of an unconventional district attorney…
Philippine writer-director Jim Libiran may be forgiven for feeling a bit lonely as he presents his award-winning feature "Tribe" in the New Currents competition section (see review, page 4).
The city of Busan broke ground Friday on a new post-production center that officials hope will establish the port city as a regional filmmaking hub.
Two basketball movies are hitting Chinese screens in time for the Beijing Olympics, which kick off in August and are sure to prompt a rash of sports-related movies.
Takuya Kimura star vehicle "Hero" is stirring major interest in South Korea, where distributor Lotte Entertainment hopes to give it the biggest local release ever for a Japanese film.
Actress Amy Irving is coming to Seoul to star alongside Baek Yoon-shik ("The President's Last Bang") and Kim Yoon-jin (ABC's "Lost") in "Hanji Box," the first U.S.-Korean co-production to shoot on…
Korean and Chinese talent agencies Namoo Actors and Chengtian Entertainment Friday signed a cross-border deal to develop each other's clients.
An accidental death digs into the soul and reveals a mother lode of hidden guilt in compelling Danish meller "White Night."
Taking the viewer deep inside a Manila slum blighted by drugs and gang violence, "Tribe" is a disturbing snapshot of a community in chaos.