A renegade director, a no-holds-barred actor – Sion Sono on how he made the film Nicolas Cage says is his wildest yet, Prisoners of the Ghostland, which premiered this week at the Sundance Film Festival.
The story of three extraordinary young women journalists from India’s first all-women news agency is the subject of Writing with Fire, a stand-out at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
The author talks about Jamie Redford’s documentary Amy Tan: Unintended Memoir ahead of its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, her family’s history in China, and a movie sequel to The Joy Luck Club.
Daniel Craig leaves big shoes to fill after five outings as the suave British spy. Helen Barlow weighs up the candidates to succeed the 52-year-old – the best Bond since the original, Sean Connery.
Iranian-born actress Golshifteh Farahani, who plays an arms dealer opposite Chris Hemsworth in Netflix film Extraction, feels strangely comfortable handling weapons.
Japanese actor Hiroyuki Sanada has worked with Tom Cruise, Hugh Jackman and Johnny Depp, he’s acted with the Royal Shakespeare Company and he advises Hollywood on what it means to be Japanese.
People in Hong Kong thought Bruce Lee was this perfect example of masculinity and confidence, but in the US he felt like an outsider, says Bao Nguyen, director of Be Water, film that includes rare interview with fighter’s widow, Linda.
Korean-American who was Glenn Rhee in Walking Dead says Minari, story of a Korean immigrant family entered in Sundance festival, ‘spoke to me on a deeply human level’; Yeun is also rooting for Paradise at the Oscars.
The Indian actress, who was honoured at the recent Marrakech Film Festival and named this year’s recipient of Unicef’s Danny Kaye Humanitarian Award, says she was shocked at the attention her wedding to pop star Nick Jonas got.
Legendary fashion designer Pierre Cardin is the subject of a new documentary House of Cardin that highlights his work in China, Japan and Russia at a time when few other designers were willing to expand internationally.
Director Waddington talks about casting Awkwafina, and working with a mostly all-female cast. Paradise Hills, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, is based on a story written by Waddington.
Running from September 19 to October 1 in Kowloon Bay, the event features a range of crowd-pleasing films from the main Sundance festival including Honey Boy with Shia LaBeouf and Little Monsters starring Lupita Nyong’o.
The Asian-American rapper, YouTube sensation and actress is one of biggest names at the Sundance Film Festival, where we talk to her about her growing movie career and why her grandma made her who she is today.
Crowd-pleasing film about a father and daughter bonding over music, and documentary about identical triplets raised in separate families who meet by chance, among our top picks for festival offshoot.
Diablo Cody, Oscar winner for Juno, reunites with director Jason Reitman for film about a mother, played by Charlize Theron – who put on 23kg for the role – battling postnatal depression and the night nurse who helps her through it
Serkis has played Gollum in The Lord of the Rings, King Kong, Caesar in Planet of the Apes and Supreme Leader Snoke in Star Wars. Now he has directed his first film, the story of his friend’s father, who caught polio as a young man
At only 27 years old, the talented British actor has already played famous authors, superheroes, and historical figures in his impressive career – but he feels the best is still to come
Chen, one of Chinese cinema’s fifth generation, pulled out all the stops for this period drama, even spending five years and US$200 million constructing a city
The writer of music for films including The Revenant and The Last Emperor, Sakamoto never intended to show his everyday life with documentary Coda, but being diagnosed with cancer during filming changed his approach
The French auteur hired three separate special effects companies to help realise his vision for the US$180 million blockbuster, which he had long considered unfilmable until the technology caught up with his imagination
Joe Piscatella’s documentary on the Hong Kong student activist premiered at the independent film festival, and Wong gave a speech the following day
The Oscar-nominated actor, who’s also written a short story collection and directed and produced several films, can next be seen on the big screen as a bad boy tech billionaire in Why Him? opposite Bryan Cranston
Actor Dev Patel has come a long way since almost being snubbed at a red carpet event in 2008, and the Best Exotic Marigold Hotel star’s career continues to flourish. Patel talks about his rise to stardom
Nate Parker's slave rebellion film The Birth of a Nation takes top prizes at the festival of independent film, Kenneth Lonergan delivers his moving third feature, and a 13-year-old New Zealander with comic timing is a name to watch out for
This year's Sundance programme presents some award-winning documentaries and features at Kitec later this month