Guests at the Asian Filmmakers' Night dinner in the Paradise Grand Ballroom on Saturday could have been in a Paris nightclub, complete with elegant candle centerpieces, black tablecloths -- and when…
The French government Saturday named PIFF co-festival director Kim Dong-ho as an Officier de l'ordre des Arts et des Lettres.
A dense crowd of mostly university students had stars in their eyes listening to Korean actresses Jeon Do-yeon and Kang Su-yeon reflect on their successful careers at this year's Open Talk.
Disney broke hearts at DreamWorks this weekend as a strong $16.3 million second weekend for "The Game Plan" vanquished the weak $14 million bow of "The Heartbreak Kid."
Night is not the only thing that seems eternal in the dull, feminist parlor game-cum-faux docu "Endless Night," by writer-director Pan Jianlin, a former production manager for helmer Jia Zhangke.
God Man Dog" unites three disparate stories of unhappy folk.
A leftover diary provides both illumination and mystery in literary, lightwight and overlong Japanese romantic meller "Closed Note."
Digital aesthetic is shown to be just as difficult as celluloid filmmaking in South Korean movie-within-a-movie drama "My Song Is…".
If it at first you succeed, then Thai, Thai again -- so seems the motto of slapstick martial arts action-comedy sequel "The Bodyguard 2."
"Son of a Lion" packs emotional punch and engaging political discussion into the tale of a sensitive boy.
The smallest feature made by prolific, Hollywood-experienced South African helmer Darrell James Roodt also is one of his best.