Saturday, May 3, 2014
Retroviruses that quietly multiply unnoticed, spread through communities and threaten humanity. Robots that mutate into semiconscious beings and go on the run from their human masters.
Friday, May 2, 2014
Actor and director Assi Dayan, an Israeli cultural icon who was known for both his trailblazing films and troubled personal life, died on Thursday in his Tel Aviv home. He was 68.
Ten Taiwanese works of contemporary literature are being made into short films as part of a Ministry of Culture backed project to promote local literature.
Two dozen white-clad Imperial Troopers and other “Star Wars” characters marched Wednesday down a stately, tree-lined avenue in Tunis — a site where activists once fought riot police during the 2011 Arab Spring revolutions.
Thursday, May 1, 2014
The original “Star Wars” movie blasted its way onto screens a long time ago, in a cinema galaxy seemingly far, far away — but Han, Luke and Leia will be back soon.
Tuesday, April 29, 2014
The Ministry of Culture yesterday launched a cinema “toolkit” providing online information on Taiwanese films that is aimed at promoting Taiwanese culture overseas.
Romantic comedy “The Other Woman” shrugged off a barrage of negative reviews to claim top spot at the North American box office this weekend, estimated figures showed Sunday.
Scripts for “Citizen Kane,” Orson Welles' camera and a cigar ashtray were among the late director's belongings sold at a New York auction.
In throwing its first awards night in the United States, India's prolific film industry has shown aspirations to hold its own on quality standards on Hollywood's home turf.
A French tourist listened to her heart when she offered her pizza to a man spotted rummaging through trash in the streets of New York, not realizing it was Richard Gere making a movie.