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Thailand ready for first and last laugh

Bangkok's first ever World Comedy Film Festival gets underway Wednesday in the Thai capital.

More Bangkok for the postproduction buck

In a bid to increase its role in the growth of the digital filmmaking business, Technicolor Bangkok's new multimillion-dollar digital postproduction facility could, depending on the project, save…

‘Bak’ in business

Arguably the most anticipated Thai movie ever, Tony Jaa's "Ong Bak 2" premiered this week to thousands of filmgoers happy to get a break from the real-life political drama playing out in the streets…

‘Bak’ in business

Arguably the most anticipated Thai movie ever, Tony Jaa's "Ong Bak 2" premiered this week to thousands of filmgoers happy to get a break from the real-life political drama playing out in the streets…

Tony Jaa ‘Bak’ in business

Tony Jaa's "Ong Bak 2" premiered to thousands of Thai filmgoers happy to get a break from the real-life political drama playing out in the streets of Bangkok.

Cambofest set near Angkor Wat

Cambodia's only internationally recognized film festival will open under the stars on Dec. 26 in outdoor venues near the famed Angkor Wat temples in Siem Reap.

Cambofest set near Angkor Wat

BANGKOK -- Cambodia's only internationally recognized film festival will open under the stars on Dec. 26 in outdoor venues near the famed Angkor Wat in Siem Reap.

Singapore film ready for close-up

Like the country's population, the Singaporean cinema scene is small and diverse, though unlike the renowned Singaporean economy, the film industry has yet to become highly developed. There are signs…

Local viewers bring Bangkok fest success

"Nanayo," shot almost entirely in Thailand by Japanese director Naomi Kawase, on Tuesday closed out a Bangkok film festival that organizers are terming a major success.

Local viewers bring Bangkok fest success

BANGKOK -- The world premiere of "Nanayo," shot almost entirely in Thailand by Japanese director Naomi Kawase, on Tuesday closed out a Bangkok International Film Festival that organizers are terming…

‘PVC-1’ takes top Bangkok prize

BANGKOK -- The drama "PVC-1" -- writer-director Spiros Stathoulopoulos' film shot in one long take in rural Colombia -- won the Grand Prize Golden Kinnaree Award at the Bangkok International Film…

‘PVC-1’ takes Bangkok fest’s top prize

Spiros Stathoulopoulos' "PVC-1" -- shot in one continuous take in rural Colombia -- won the Bangkok International Film Festival's Golden Kinnaree award Sunday night.