Production of New Line Cinema’s Game Night Contributes $14.7 Million to Georgia’s Economy

WASHINGTON – Georgia won big thanks to the production of New Line Cinema’s new action comedy, Game Night. According to figures from the studio, the film, which follows a group of friends as their regular game night suddenly turns into a real murder mystery, generated $14.7...
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Charles Rivkin

Charles Rivkin Keynote Remarks for GIPC IP CREATE Reception

Remarks as Prepared for Delivery Good evening. Thank you, David, for that kind introduction and for the opportunity to join you for the launch of CREATE, the 2018 U.S. Chamber of Commerce International IP Index. Tonight is my first time speaking at the Chamber as Chairman and CEO...
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‘Freelance’ sweeps the Swans

Indie director Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit and his worker drama clean up at the Subhanahongsa awards It had been widely tipped to do well at Thailand’s version of the Oscars but even the pundits were surprised to see Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit’s comedy-drama...
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Cinema Scene

“Mirror in the Sky” reflects on Nepal WITH EARTHQUAKE RELIEF in Nepal on the minds of the region’s newshounds, the Foreign Correspondents Club of Thailand on Monday will host a special movie, “Kathmandu a Mirror in the Sky” (“Katmandu, un...
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Playing to win

P’Chai My Hero moves into place as one of the year’s best Thai movies A much-needed fresh perspective in Thai cinema emerges in the indie drama “P’Chai My Hero”, aka “How to Win at Checkers (Every Time)”. It’s the unique view of...
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The sound of Thailand

Ruraland urban beats coalesce in the quirky documentary “Y/our Music” IT’S HAPPENED BOTH times I’ve seen “Y/our Music” – there’s a magical moment when what’s happening on the screen is so overwhelmingly powerful and joyously...
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Cinema Scene

John Torres given shelter in Bangkok One of the more interesting filmmakers to emerge from the Filipino New Wave, John Torres works are a collage of video, photographs and cinema, mixing searing self-confessionals and personal memories with the tumultuous history his country....
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The return of THE SILENTS

German horror, Buster Keaton and more early Hitchcock are offered in the second Silent Film Festival in Thailand A WELCOME NEW addition to Bangkok’s non-stop cavalcade of annual speciality movie extravaganzas, the Thai Film Archive’s Silent Film Festival in Thailand...
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Out, proud and CINEMATIC

Bangkok gets its first Gay and Lesbian Film Festival ORGANISED BY Attitude magazine, next week’s Bangkok Gay and Lesbian Film Festival brings together 15 LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) films from around the world under their own umbrella. An entertaining and...
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Chiang Mai fest entries fly to Bangkok

Bangkok short-film buffs are in for a treat tomorrow night, especially if they were unable to make it to Chiang Mai for the recent Fly Beyond the Barbwire Fence Festival, put on by Friends Without Borders. Hosted by Filmvirus and the Reading Room, the screening will feature short...
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