The fortunes of Pakistani film have been tied up with its neighbour’s film industry, Bollywood, but can it go it alone?
A look at the rise and popularity of Chinese romantic comedies.
Is the 21st-century zombie a projection of what we fear the pressures of modern life are turning us into?
How a film genre is giving a particular spin to reality.
Filmmaker Miguel Gomes on whether film can help Europe’s downtrodden in an age of austerity.
The film won top prize at Hong Kong’s film awards but disappeared with suspicious haste from cinemas.
An “extended universe” of infinite, connected films has become primary strategy of Hollywood studios.
The Universal Church of the Kingdom of God makes its first attempt to break into cinema with Os Dez Mandamentos.
With the Chinese box office market soon to become world’s biggest, filmmakers are getting lost in uncharted territory.
Films like Bayona’s latest may see more global success if they cater to a more global audience.