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Hollywood disruptor Netflix dominated the Golden Globe nominations Monday as its heart-wrenching divorce saga Marriage Story grabbed six nods including best drama, kicking off the race for the Oscars.
MANILA: Cult Filipino filmmaker, Mikhail Red will direct "Arisaka," a film named after a World War II Japanese bolt-action rifle. "It's a Western based on a famous massacre that happened in the Philippines," Red told Variety.
SINGAPORE: Richie Mehta's harrowing Netflix series "Delhi Crime" was the big winner at the 2nd annual Asian Academy Creative Awards in Singapore. Representing the show, lead actress Shefali Shah was rushed off her feet as she repeatedly had to return to the stage.
Netflix and YouTube are still the leaders of the streaming pack – but they're finally facing some significant rivals that will start carving into the digital-video pie.
LOS ANGELES (Dec 1): HBO Asia has given the green light to a third season of fantasy action series "HalfWorlds." The eight-part season will be directed by rising star Philippines filmmaker Mikhail Red.
Disney+ has been going gangbusters two weeks after its debut, notwithstanding the technical issues at launch. But the strong interest in the Mouse House’s new streaming service, at this point, isn’t derailing the momentum of Netflix or other services like Amazon Prime Video or HBO, according to new data.
Netflix Inc’s internal data suggests the streaming giant hasn’t been hurt yet by the launch of rival services from Walt Disney Co and Apple Inc, according to a person briefed on its subscriber information.
She won for her role in Singaporean director Anthony Chen's 'Wet Season', in which she plays a teacher struggling with infertility and a loveless marriage.
The content uniformity aside – four of the top seven movies descended from comic books, and the other three from cartoon franchises – most of the year’s leading films are Walt Disney Co productions.
The path to our streaming-video future has a few bumps.