Policy-makers and film commissioners Monday unveiled plans for a new Asian film promotion organization.
Fast-rising Korean star Lee Min-ho will headline two Chinese movies from Hong Kong indie sales and production outfit Fame Universal Entertainment.
"The Bride," a new chiller produced in Taiwan by Japanese horror-meister Taka Ichise, heads the debut Busan film slate of Taipei-based production and sales outfit Good Image. "Bride," the story of a…
Abundantly talented, Ryoo Seung-wan has often had problems with other people's expectations. After his feature directing debut, 2000 cult hit "Die Bad," the flop of his second film "No Blood No…
Kim Dong-ho, co-founder and former chairman of the Busan festival, will head the jury that decides this year's Asia Pacific Screen Awards.
South Korean distributor, Company L has acquired Korean rights to "Men & Chicken," the new film by Denmark's Anders Thomas Jensen. The comedy, which stars Mads Mikkelsen ("Hannibal," "Casino Royale")…
"The Daughter," the Australian-made drama that is a retelling of Ibsen''s "The Wild Duck," has been picked up for the U.K. by distributor Metrodome. The film is the feture directing debut of…
Hong Kong's Edko Films has picked up Hong Kong and Macau rights to "Front Cover," the drama by Ray Yeung. The deal closed shortly before the Asian Film Market with rights represented by Hong Kong…
Lee Shin Yng has been appointed chief financial officer of Viacom International Media Networks for Asia, with immediate effect.
Local comedy, "Lost in Hong Kong" scores $184 million in eight days.
Ace Korean director Ryoo Seung-wan, currently riding high on the success of "Veteran," is to make sequels to two of his biggest movies.