EXCLUSIVE: Chinese star Zhang Hanyu and Japan’s Masaharu Fukuyama have been confirmed as the first leading cast for John Woo’s upcoming action thriller Manhunt.
EXCLUSIVE: Chinese drama centres on the culture of hit-and-run incidents in the country.
EXCLUSIVE: Film centres on a dead writer who discovers he is living inside his own story.
Director Chang made Cannes title The Target in 2014.
Port Of Call director Philip Yung to helm detective thriller.
Filmmakers Johnnie To and Ann Hui have been named as ambassadors for the first International Film Festival and Awards Macao (IFFA Macao), to take place December 8-13.
EXCLUSIVE: France’s Wide has secured a raft of deals on Indian gay love story Loev.
EXCLUSIVE: Firm also compiling shorts into omnibus films.
First Focus Asia to include screenings, research panels and meetings.
EXCLUSIVE: Titles include Hou Hsiao-Hsien’s Daughter Of The Nile
EXCLUSIVE: New finance-distribution company launched by former Tomson exec and a fund manager.
Artistic director Hong-Joon Kim and staff are at Filmart in Hong Kong scouting for the first edition of the Chungmuro International Musical Film Festival (CHIMFF), set to launch July 6-11 in Seoul.
Hong Kong-based Mei Ah Entertainment Group has announced a slate of six films at Hong Kong Filmart, including a film centred on a half-butterfly woman and China’s answer to Boyhood.
EXCLUSIVE: China’s Thunder Communications and UK’s Poisson Rouge to collaborate on up to five titles; first drama centres on a real investigation into mysterious biological weapons that were used against the Chinese.
An exciting crop of Hong Kong and mainland China projects are spotlighted by Liz Shackleton, who reports on the increasing efforts to support Cantonese-language film-making
Profiles of projects from the 14th Hong Kong - Asia Film Financing Forum (HAF).
Working with China is not easy but a year on from its much-vaunted treaty, UK producers are learning fast. Melanie Goodfellow looks at the increasing collaboration between the two countries.
Hong Kong Filmart has evolved in line with Asia’s flourishing film businesses to become an event that is much more than buying and selling. Liz Shackleton reports.
Four decades on, Hong Kong International Film Festival has long introduced challenging Asian and international work to enthusiastic local audiences. Silvia Wong looks at how the event has evolved.
Chinese investment is now racing into Hollywood and for once Hollywood is not in the driving seat. Liz Shackleton looks at what this means for the global film industry and discovers the smart money is now on the entrance of China’s tech giants.