Film industry’s top lobbyist urges observers to apply perspective.
Ticket revenues outside North America roughly on par with 2015 although many territories reported local currency gains, MPAA annual report reveals.
Life mirrors art in Hong Sangsoo’s latest meditation, about a director who has an affair with an actress
Chang Chen is a roaming hitman who finds redemption in Sabu’s pan-Asian drama
Filmmaker Pang Ho Cheung on the third part of his rom-com trilogy, which opens the Hong Kong International Film Festival.
There is a thrilling selection of Chinese-language titles at Filmart this year. Liz Shackleton picks out some of the most promising.
Screen previews the projects competing for $43,000 in prize money.
Uncertainty looms large over China’s industry in the wake of a disappointing year at the box office.
Ahead of next week’s Hong Kong Filmart (Mar 13-16), Screen profiles lists 10 of the most exciting talents in the local industry.
The Beijing-based producer, who had two films in Berlin, explains why he’s optimistic about the future of arthouse cinema in China.
Get all the exclusives, reviews, features and screening times from the Hong Kong International Film & TV Market (Filmart).
Screen’s editor Matt Mueller discusses the US travel ban controversy.