Arts & Music
A detective becomes reluctantly embroiled in a tale of political skulduggery, kidnapping and murder.
Mamoru Oshii’s 1995 manga-based sci-fi hit, the setting of which was modelled on Hong Kong, questions the ethics of AI, making it more relevant now than ever.
An untitled work may shed light on why one of the city’s greatest artists didn’t get the credit she deserved.
After a tsunami leaves a group of school-leavers wrecked on an island, they must band together to try to escape.
A milestone Hong Kong-Japanese co-production – The Murders of Oiso – shows why the city’s independent directors should be seeking partnerships beyond the border.
The ongoing political crisis may be affecting its art market but robust demand for Chinese works means the outlook remains positive for the city’s auction houses.
The hairstylist to stars such as Gong Li, Zhang Ziyi and Michelle Yeoh says the 1985 film gave him his first understanding of how women feel.
The Fab Five visit the Land of the Rising Sun to bring joy to four deserving souls.
Daisy Chan, the curator behind the upcoming ‘The Feminine Awakens’ show, reveals her paintings are a tribute to her partner, who lost his battle with cancer. He made her realise that men can have both masculine and feminine traits, she says.
We try to make sense of Roland Emmerich’s Midway getting approval for a general release in mainland Chinese cinemas while domestic war films such as The Eight Hundred remain in limbo.
The second edition of the event will tackle subjects from fast fashion to endangered species, as well as panel discussions and workshops.
Opening in March 2020, Shunde’s He Art Museum hopes that it has what it takes to attract an audience.
The coup that kicked off the Joseon dynasty is the subject of the latest South Korean fare from Netflix, with inevitable love triangle included, while over on HBO, Helen Mirren assumes the role of the infamous Russian Empress and reigns supreme.
The American artist is earning her master illusionist credentials with huge, heavy, hulking sculptures that ooze ethereality.
Despite a tightening of China’s already strict film censorship, you can still find alternative fare, if you know where to look.
The eight sessions organised by the Dove Tales Theatre Company aim to prepare amateur actors for auditions for upcoming Shakespeare in the Park performances.
Unfazed by the unrest in Hong Kong, the octogenarian founder of Rossi & Rossi travelled from her home in Italy to her regular booth at the Fine Art Asia fair