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Director Neil Marshall's horror movie is getting a first look stateside after opening the Fantasia Festival in Montreal.
10/05/2020 by Etan Vlessing
The country's leading premium pay TV broadcaster is taking local rights and will co-produce the show with HBO Max and Endeavor Content.
11/23/2020 by Abid Rahman
TIFF's new leader, a former diplomat and worldly dealmaker, shares his vision for building the event into an occasion "worthy" of Japan's amazing filmmaking legacy — and on par with the great festivals of Europe.
11/03/2020 by Patrick Brzeski
Films and TV series with an Asia connection are linking with potential partners from the region at the event hosted by the TIFFCOM content market of Tokyo International Film Festival.
11/04/2020 by Gavin Blair
Despite the Japanese government reimplementing coronavirus restrictions in the country, the 33rd edition of TIFF will take place Oct. 31 through Nov. 9.
08/06/2020 by Abid Rahman
The Oscar-nominee and Palme D'or winner ('Shoplifters') opens up about why he personally got involved in transforming the Tokyo International Film Festival and how he's approaching his next feature, 'Baby, Box, Broker,' which will be told in Korean and star Song Kong-ho.
11/03/2020 by Patrick Brzeski
The couple each revealed the news via their respective Instagram accounts on Tuesday.
10/27/2020 by Trilby Beresford
Behind the Screen
Sir William Sargent shares how the deal came together, how the VFX business is evolving and his strategy for the combined companies.
11/18/2020 by Carolyn Giardina
Cronenberg mused on the dangers of technology, the impossibility of making sense of the pandemic and how people read too much into connections with is father's movies during an online talk with fans at Tokyo International Film Festival.
11/03/2020 by Gavin Blair
The global streamer also shared some data that demonstrates how Japanese anime has become one of the company's most bankable content categories.
10/27/2020 by Patrick Brzeski
The filmmaker's latest feature, 'The Real Thing,' which would have screened in Cannes main competition this year, will be included in a screening selection of his work to date.
08/25/2020 by Patrick Brzeski
The director previously won the audience award with her 2017 rom-com 'Tremble All You Want.' Her new feature has been praised for its lively pop handling of the social realities of young single life for many Japanese working women.
11/09/2020 by Patrick Brzeski
Korean director Kim Bora and Japanese actress Ai Hashimoto joined the Palme d'Or-winning auteur in the opening of a session of discussions with Asian filmmakers at the festival.
11/02/2020 by Gavin Blair
Movie Reviews
Iranian director Ida Panahandeh directs actress Elnaz Shakerdoost in another taboo-breaking performance as a Roma surrogate mother.
11/03/2020 by Deborah Young
Additional directors scheduled to take part in the eight-day conversation series include Thai Palme d'Or winner Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Japan's Kiyoshi Kurosawa, rising Korean talent Kim Bora and Taiwan's Tsai Ming-liang, among others.
10/22/2020 by Patrick Brzeski