Royston Tan helmed musical comedy "881" has become the highest grossing local film of the year in its native Singapore.
Lensing has got underway in Hong Kong on Singaporean helmer Kelvin Tong's "Rule Number One," after a quick change of investors.
Bengali director Buddhadeb Dasgupta adds another fine work to his impressive filmography with "The Voyeurs."
Warner Home Video has greenlit a second wave of "Raw Feed" fare.
"Plum Rain" maintains a delicate comic touch in its saga of a French playwright arriving in Tokyo to collaborate on a Japanese production of his work.
The Canada of tyro helmer Stephane Lafleur's "Continental -- A Film Without Guns" recalls Gloria Graham's wry description of Glenn Ford's digs in "Big Heat": early nothing. The drab, bland hotel…
Takeshi Miike has one of his wildest ideas yet -- and that's saying something -- in "Sukiyaki Western Django," a Nipponese oater based on a spaghetti-Western ripoff of a samurai movie and performed…
Conscientiously upbeat and shiny, "Darfur Now" takes a tactical approach in addressing the ongoing African genocide: Present the appallingly grim situation in Sudan through the rosy lens of activism…
ThinkFilm has nabbed debut helmer Stuart Townsend's "Battle in Seattle."
Danish helmer Susanne Bier has signed on to direct the dramedy "Lost for Words" for Working Title Films.
New Line has signed Terry Zwigoff to direct "The $40,000 Man," a comedy spoof set up with Benderspink.