It is tracking to become DC’s record title in the territory.
Win marks first time a Singapore film has taken best film since awards launched in 1991.
Mary Queen Of Scots scores $50,000 average via Focus Features.
WBPI launches major international roll-out this week.
Collaboration to launch at BIFF Market in Brussels in April 2019.
Wild Wild Country wins best limited series.
Vikram Malhotra’s production outfit is developing and casting film about India’s “Pearl Harbour moment”.
Singapore Film Commission to offer $183,000 (S$250,000) per film project.
Paris-based company boards Singapore drama.
Five-screen site is located in Southern Jakarta, in the Lotte Mart Fatmawati branch.
Ticket sales were down by 23% week-on-week.
Nadine Labaki takes director prize for Capharnaüm.
Martial arts epic won four Golden Horse awards.
The Mandarin-language film is written by and stars Wu Kexi.
Meanwhile Sony’s Venom is up to $239.5m after 17 days.
Strange Old Lady, Ravening and Eeb Allay Ooo! also pick up awards from Prasad, Qube and Facebook.
Malayalam-language film, which is currently in post-production, has been acquired by HKIFF Collection.
Fumi Nikaido and Goro Inagaki star in the film, directed by Osamu Tezuka’s son, Macoto Tezuka.
This year no cash prize was given to the winning films.