Would Netflix's Japanese show Old Enough! work in Australia?
Are Aussie toddlers savvy enough to run errands on their own with only a camouflaged film crew in tow?
Playpen: start with curiosity, end with mayhem
Even now, Japanese tsunami footage can leave us open-mouthed.
Japan loses its most controversial director
Nagisa Oshima, Japan's most controversial director, has passed away from pneumonia at age 80.
Replica of Chinese calligraphy master discovered in Japan
A ten by four inch piece of paper covered in calligraphy is confirmed to be a replica of revered calligrapher…
TIFFCOM: has a yen for new home
The ninth edition of Tokyo's festival, industry and market event TIFFCOM, is abandoning its traditional home of Roppongi Hills in…
FremantleMedia: deal with Asahi Broadcasting Corporation for global formats
FremantleMedia, one of the largest creators and producers of entertainment brands in the world, and Asahi Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), a…
JVC: new camera - GY-HM750E PROHD
New HD/SD compact shoulder-mount model offers simultaneous recording to two SDHC cards, optional ASI module for live ENG microwave broadcasts.
TIFF: China and Taiwan face off in Japan
The Tokyo International Film Festival found itself in the middle of a long-running spat between China and Taiwan. As a…
Skip City: a yen for digital filmmaking
The world's first specialist digital film festival, Japan's Skip City D-Cinema, ended its 2010 edition by passing out the cheques…
The Balllad of Betty and Joe: gone to Sapporo
Two Australian shorts have been selected for the Sapporo International Short Film Festival in Japan. Besides The Ballad of Betty…