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Chinese Actress Zhang Ziyi to Head Tokyo Film Fest Jury

Award-winning Chinese actress Zhang Ziyi ('Memoirs of a Geisha') will be president of the main competition jury at this year's Tokyo International Film Festival, the fest announced Wednesday in Cannes.

Zhang Ziyi Joins Kyle Chandler in ‘Godzilla: King of the Monsters’

The actress will also play a role in Legendary and Warner Bros.' burgeoning Monsterverse.

Toronto: Brian De Palma, Zhang Ziyi, Mahamat-Saleh Haroun Join Competition Jury

The trio will judge a dozen Platform contenders that includes Natalie Portman's 'Jackie' biopic and Barry Jenkins' 'Moonlight.'

Toronto Adds Mark Wahlberg Conversation, Mireille Enos-Starrer ‘Katie Says Goodbye’ to Lineup

Chinese star Zhang Ziyi also will participate in a conversation as the festival added 35 films by first- and second-time directors, more docs and virtual reality exhibits.

Zhang Ziyi Gives Birth to Baby Girl

One of China's biggest movie stars, Zhang catapulted to stardom in the West with the Oscar-nominated 'Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.'

Hollywood Stylists Slam Cannes’ #Flatgate Controversy: “A Stupid Boys’ Club Rule”

Liberte? Egalite? Not so on the red carpet, as fashion experts analyze the aftermath of the huge Palais drama: "It's absurd."

Making the Most of the Singapore Media Festival

The city-state's annual industry event -- shrewdly rebranded as a can't-miss TV and film showcase -- kicked off Thursday night with John Woo, Zhang Ziyi and Juliette Binoche on the red carpet

‘The Crossing: Part One’ (‘Tai Ping Lun: Shang Ji’): Film Review

John Woo returns with the first installment of an epic romance drama based on the real-life sinking of the Taiping steamer in the Taiwan Straits in 1949

‘Siddarth’ Wins Best Picture at Beijing Film Festival

Wong Kar Wai’s "The Grandmaster" took best director, while Zhang Ziyi won the best actress award.

Beijing Film Festival Flexes International Muscle as Red Carpet Rolls Out

China’s burgeoning film market is proving a powerful draw for overseas industry players, while Oliver Stone advised local filmmakers not to follow Hollywood's lead.

China’s Media Regulators Silence TV Singing Contests

Officials are limiting the number of music competition shows and encouraging "original television programs which are closer to reality, to life and to the masses.”

Zhang Ziyi Honored With Order of Arts and Letters Chevalier

The Chinese actress, who will next star in "The Grandmaster," received the French honor, which recognizes significant contributions to the arts, on Thursday.