Thursday, October 3, 2013
Wednesday, October 2, 2013
The Hong Kong-Chinese martial arts film “The Grandmaster” led the pack with 11 nominations for the 50th Golden Horse Awards Tuesday, including lead acting nods for Tony Leung Chiu Wai and Zhang Ziyi.
A Bhutanese film directed by a monk opens Asia's largest cinema festival in South Korea on Thursday, a selection organizers say celebrates the diversity of talent in a region where box office takings are overshadowing Hollywood.
The family of the late Jewish-Polish protagonist of the Holocaust film “The Pianist” on Monday lost a defamation case over quotes in a book calling him a Nazi collaborator.
Tuesday, October 1, 2013
Yunlin Magistrate Su Chih-fen took the opportunity at a film screening in New Taipei last week to urge support for the first agricultural exposition to be held December in her rural county.
The movie “Jobs,” which tells the story of Apple Inc.'s co-founder Steve Jobs, topped the list of box office successes over the weekend in Taipei, according to a local movie website.
Any “Breaking Bad” fan could be forgiven for concluding that Sunday's finale held no major surprises. That's because this AMC drama series has delivered surprises, shock and “Oh My God” moments dependably since its premiere five seasons ago.
Sunday, September 29, 2013
The fate of the man who is arguably America's most popular TV villain will be unveiled on Sunday in the feverishly awaited finale of the series “Breaking Bad.”
Chased by a lynch-mob, a young man runs for his life — closely watched by director Philippe Lacote who is shooting the first feature film on the bloody chaos that rocked his native Ivory Coast from 2002 to 2011.
Tom Hanks has had enough of playing real people. In Paul Greengrass' docudrama “Captain Phillips,” which premiered Friday as the opening night film of the New York Film Festival, he plays Richard Phillips, the captain of a cargo ship famously taken by Somali pirates in 2009.