Fortissimo Films has reported its “most successful” Filmart ever and concluded sales on a raft of titles.
EXCLUSIVE: The company announced at Filmart (26) that it has brought on Asian-based acquisitions executive James Marsh.
Mandarin-language remake targets Chinese love affair with romantic comedies.
Boasting a mix of local and foreign content, online streaming is big business in China. Liz Shackleton reports on the consolidation in the sector and what the future holds.
What are the biggest challenges faced by European producers when teaming up with Chinese partners to gain access to the territory’s $3bn box office? Melanie Goodfellow reports.
Japanese companies attend Filmart with a strong line-up of titles. Jason Gray highlights some of the most eye-catching productions.
Browse Screen International’s Filmart 2014 features including a spotlight on the hottest titles from China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Korea, and an interview with film-maker Pang Ho Cheung.
Filmart 2014 is expected to draw record numbers of attendees. Jean Noh looks at the special allure of Hong Kong as a market that works across borders
Film-maker Pang Ho Cheung talks to Liz Shackleton about HKIFF opening film Aberdeen, which looks at the contradictions of Hong Kong society
Liz Shackleton spotlights the hottest productions from the Chinese mainland, Hong Kong and Taiwan
The 38th Hong Kong International Film Festival (HKIFF) opens March 24 with two films: the world premiere of Pang Ho Cheung’s family drama Aberdeen and the Asian premiere of Fruit Chan’s black comedy The Midnight After.
Korean cinema continues its strong run at home and abroad. Jean Noh profiles some of the highlights
Profiles of projects from the 12th Hong Kong - Asia Film Financing Forum (HAF).
With no fewer than three pavilions on offer, Japan is making the most of the opportunities to do business and network at Filmart, writes Jean Noh.
The territory is responding to China’s growing interest in Russian films by establishing a pavilion to raise its profile at Filmart.
An award supported by HAF and Fox International Productions nurtures new voices in Chinese-language cinema. Liz Shackleton introduces this year’s finalists