When filmmaker Davy Chou began to research the history of Cambodian cinema he found the films themselves had almost vanished amidst the devastation of war but that memories were keeping them alive.
“The Khmer Rouge marched into Phnom Penh in 1975 and the film industry just simply v...Read more
Quite a number of queer-interest films at this year’s Vancouver International Film Festival hail from Asia as part of the ‘Dragons and Tigers’ program. Since LGBT communities are gaining ground in countries here, we’ll inevitably see more and more media representati...Read more
A collection of five (5) local shorts (Out of Competition) that best reflect the direction of the local film industry, taste of regular cinema goers plus the changing demographic and lifetyle patterns of our population. Specially curated by Singapore Polytechnic for shnit’s debut festival here.
All directors will be in attenda...Read more
From 21 Oct to 5 Nov, the Singapore Fashion Film Festival invites you to discover the world of excellence, craftsmanship and passion that Fashion can be in its most exquisite expression.
The Singapore Fashion Film Festival is the first festival to bring the world of Haute Couture, ateliers, fashion and desi...Read more
Swaying to the heartbeat of pub music, Nan Xing transforms herself into her alter ego in the beginning sequence of the film– a nocturnal creature of the night, a sensuous siren singing her hearts out till the wee hours of the night.
RGM Media chairman Greg Coote has resigned from the Singapore-based talent agent and production house.
In a statement released by the company, Coote said: “Due to emerging commitments I am now unable to devote the necessary time to the RGM Media board”.
His stint on the board ends after less than a ye...Read more
While director Hideo Nakata is well-known for his works in the horror genre with titles such as “The Ring”/ “Ringu” (1998) and “Dark Water” (2002), much can be said for one of his lesser-known works “Chaos” / “Kaosu” (1999).
More of a suspense thriller than a hor...Read more
Probably the first in Asia, Sinema presents SCREEM Shorts, a horror film series established in order to provide more opportunities and exposure for independent and non-independent filmmakers and screenwriters working within the horror genre, as well as to draw more attention not only within the loca...Read more
GSC Movies organised the Conan The Barbarian Manhunt event at GSC Signature, The Gardens Mall in conjunction with the movie’s premiere screening in Malaysia. The event also co-incided with CineAd’s, a subsidiary of Golden Screen Cinemas, 20th anniversary celebration party.
While China becomes increasingly well-known globally as one of the upcoming potential markets for business and commerce alongside India, it’s regrettable that its film industry did not receive the same amount of morale boost.
One of the primary reasons may be attributed to the fact that the arts ...Read more