Cathay Organization, the Singapore movies-to-real-estate group, has donated 90 of its classic, Malay-language movies to the Asian Film Archive.
All studio-based home entertainment divisions have personalities -- generally echoes of the libraries in their possession. For Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, that personality might be likened to…
Stefan Ruzowitzky's WWII drama "The Counterfeiters" (Die Faelscher) has been selected as Austria's entry in the foreign-language Oscar race, while Norway has opted for Petter Naess' comedy "Gone With…
After wandering in the wilderness for a couple of years, Sony's smallscreen division has re-emerged as a potent player in the biz -- despite (or perhaps because of) its lack of a network partner.
While American politics may not travel well overseas, its entertainment does exceedingly well.
Pic about a loony cop who solves crimes through intuition rather than logic is a typically high Wai Ka-fai concept that's still a rewrite or two away from achieving the rigor of a Johnnie To movie.
Sony offers up three new broadcast dramas for fall and a cable midseason entry.
Companies and individuals with which Sony has first-look deals
Dispassionate disquisition is taken to the extreme in Hartmut Bitomsky's humorless docu on the powder of daily life, "Dust."
August ranked as South Korea's best month in box office history, with local hits "D-War" and "May 18" powering the monthly total to 21.92 million admissions.
Michael Lynton and Amy Pascal, who hold the title of Showmen of the Year