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  • CANNES: Nick Cheung Scares Up 'Ghost Rituals' Directorial Debut (EXCLUSIVE)

    "Ghost Rituals," the directorial debut of top Hong Kong actor Nick Cheung, will have its market premiere screening this week in Cannes. The picture is a horror thriller about a man who takes over an opera troupe which is plagued by supernatural...
  • Mad Cow Theatre adds 4 to board of directors

     Mad Cow Theatre adds 4 to board of directors
    Orlando's Mad Cow Theatre has increased the size of its board of directors — which once numbered just three — to include a dozen members. Announced as new members on Friday, June 13, were: • Jonathan Miller, director of the Olin...
  • Foresight Unveils Big-Budget 'Inversion'

    Foresight Unlimited has brought onto the market one of the biggest - if not the biggest - of new projects at Cannes: the sci-fi action film "Inversion," Mark Damon, chairman-CEO of Foresight Unlimited announced Sunday at Cannes. Foresight Unlimited is...
  • China Home Shopping Giant Alibaba Hails New Entertainment Era

    SHANGHAI -- Alibaba, the Chinese home shopping giant that is hatching an IPO of some $150 billion in New York, says it plans to revolutionize the entertainment industry. The massive company will seek to align the different elements of the digital economy...
  • Hong Kong Director Ann Hui's 'The Golden Era' To Close Venice Film Festival

    ROME - Prominent and prolific Hong Kong helmer Ann Hui's "The Golden Era" has been selected as the closer at the Venice Film Festival where Hui will head the jury of the fest's Horizons section, dedicated to innovation and originality in global...
  • 'Godzilla' crushes China box office, opens with $38.2-million weekend

    'Godzilla' crushes China box office, opens with $38.2-million weekend
    “Godzilla” stomped its way to the top of the mainland China box office last week, taking in $38.2 million in its first three days of release — the second-best opening weekend for any imported film this year, behind only “X-Men:...
  • 'Transformers 4′ Has Noisy World Premiere in Hong Kong

    HONG KONG - Director, Michael Bay returned to Hong Kong Thursday (June 19) for the world premiere of "Transformers: Age of Extinction." The fourth part of the "Transformers" sci-fi action fantasy had partly been shot in the city, with more across the...
  • China to Give Film Industry Cash Injection

    HONG KONG - China's film industry is to benefit from a government stimulus package, it was announced on Thursday. According to official news agency Xinhua there will be a cash injection of RMB1 billion ($163 million), provided by a cluster of ministries....
  • With new rules, China tightens screws on press freedom

    With new rules, China tightens screws on press freedom
    For the past few months, freelance investigative journalist Ji Xuguang has been researching a story on the Chinese government’s program of demolishing people’s homes to make way for development projects. He planned to pitch it to one of his...
  • China Film Group to Seek Stock Listing

    HONG KONG - China Film Group, the state-owned enterprise that dominates the Chinese movie industry, is set to raise up to $740 million from its upcoming share listing. The company will float, on the Shanghai Stock Exchange, shares of its China Film Corp....
  • Jeff Robinov in Talks with Chinese Conglom Fosun For Production Funding

    Former Warner Bros. film topper Jeff Robinov, whose expected financing with anchor investor Huayi Brothers Media Corp. failed to materialize, is in talks with Chinese conglomerate Fosun International and other foreign parties to potentially help fund...
  • No Change of Course, Kazuo Hirai Tells Sony AGM

    HONG KONG - Kazuo Hirai, CEO of Sony, reiterated a decision not to sell off the Japanese group's entertainment division. Hiai was speaking on Thursday (June 19) at Sony's annual general meeting in Tokyo and responded to questions. He said that the...