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HAF Hong Kong Asia Film Financing Forum

Hong Kong-Asia Film Financing Forum selects 25 projects for 2017

By Silvia Wong

This year’s event features an unprecedented increase in women directors and a new work-in-progress lab.

Legendary Thomas Tull

Thomas Tull exits Legendary Entertainment


The founder, chairman and CEO of the Wanda-owned creator of such tentpoles as the Dark Knight trilogy and March release Kong: Skull Island has resigned.


Kung Fu Yoga

'Kung Fu Yoga': Review

By Sarah Ward

Dir/scr. Stanley Tong. India/China, 2017, 107 mins.

Tokyo Idols

'Tokyo Idols': Sundance Review

By Wendy Ide

Dir. Kyoko Miyake. UK/Canada. 2017. 88 mins.



Samui Song

7 Asian and Middle Eastern films to tempt festival directors in 2017

By Screen staff

Screen profiles some of the hottest projects from Asia, Middle East and North Africa in 2017.

Man's World

Exploring India's online youth content revolt


Screen looks into the blossoming world of youth-focused film content in the online Indian market.

The Great Wall

Zhang Yimou looking to make history with 'The Great Wall'

By Silvia Wong

The director hopes ‘The Great Wall’ will be the first China-US co-production to achieve worldwide success.

The Worthy

Dubai Q&A: Ali F Mostafa and Rami Yasin on dystopian thriller 'The Worthy'

By Melanie Goodfellow

Emirati film-maker Ali F Mostafa and producer Rami Yasin talk to Melanie Goodfellow about The Worthy, which played in DIFF’s Muhr Emirati competition

Egyptian Jeanne d Arc

Dubai Q&A: Iman Kamel talks 'Egyptian Jeanne d’Arc'

By Melanie Goodfellow

The Egyptian film-maker talks to Melanie Goodfellow about her creative documentary, which chronicles her country’s revolution and premier in DIFF’s Muhr Feature competition.

White Sun

Dubai Q&A: Deepak Rauniyar on Nepalese drama 'White Sun'


Rauniyar tells Udita Jhunjhunwala about the renaissance in Nepali cinema following a period of civil war.