From Ayodhaya to ZOMBIE

The plague of the undead strikes ancient Siam in “Phi Ha Ayodhaya” WHERE DO ZOMBIES come from? Director MR Chalermchatri “Adam” Yukol offers one possible scenario with “Phi Ha Ayodhaya” (“The Black Death”), which mixes zombie-horror...
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Not a bad trade

Tony Jaa trades blows with Dolph Lundgren in “Skin Trade” In order to have fight scenes, you must first have enemies, and “Skin Trade” gives Phanom “Tony Jaa” Yeerum plenty of those to deal with. Along with roomfuls of anonymous henchmen to mow...
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Industry Hails Tech Promotion Authority Bill

Tech companies and studios were celebrating Thursday after the Bipartisan Congressional Trade Priorities and Accountability Act of 2015. The trade promotion authority bill was introduced by Senate Finance Committee chairman Orrin Hatch (R-Utah), ranking member Ron Wyden (D-Ore.)...
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New study looks at the tourism, economic impact of Hollywood South

BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) - The success of the Louisiana film industry cannot be argued. Its impact, however, may be up for debate. A state sponsored economic impact study said that in 2013 the film industry brought in around $1.2 billion in sales and generated more than 13,000...
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In love with Chiang Khan

An indie romance wins the heart of the Bangkok Critics’ Assembly Yuthlert Sippapak’s nostalgic romance “Tukkae Rak Pang Mak” (“Chiang Khan Love Story”) was the surprise winner at the Bangkok Critics Assembly Awards on Wednesday night, sweeping...
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‘Fast and Furious 7′ screening stopped in Thailand

The Civil Court has prohibited the screening of the American action film Fast and Furious 7, which was due to open on April 1, pending settlement of a breach of contract dispute between Sahamongkol Film and the movie’s star, Thai martial artist Panom Yeerum, better known as...
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Reform Council Committee received research

Monday, March 23, 2558 at 10:30 am at the Hall Building 1 Mr. NAWARAT Phongphaiboon Reform Council Committee Chairman cultural values, ethics and religion. The Board received research grants from the risks of network advertising online from Dr. Paul A.. Watts Water from Massey...
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The 24th Supannahong Award “The Wonder of Humor”

Supannahong  announced the award 24 times already. Atmosphere tonight (March 1) celebrities walking the red carpet to avoid the event at the Thailand Cultural Centre. The organizers of this concept. “The miracle of humor” to honor the people in the film industry, both...
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Online Advertising Has a Piracy Problem to Fix, Too

The marketing world has lately been consumed by a debate over fraud – ensuring online ads are shown to real people instead of computerized “bots.” But there’s another issue threatening the industry: piracy. Marketers frequently find their ads alongside unlicensed content from...
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Obama Calls for Legislation Addressing Cyber Threats in State of the Union Address

President Obama will allude to the Sony hacking attack in his State of the Union address on Tuesday, calling for legislation that would try to combat such massive security breaches. “No foreign nation, no hacker, should be able to shut down our networks, steal our trade secrets...
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