In the remote mountains of western China, a team of rangers embarks on a desperate search. Battling freezing temperatures and unforgiving terrain, they’re hunting for evidence of China’s wild pandas, and for the first time, they’ve allowed outsiders to join them.
Indian heist thriller Aankhen was the second-highest earning Bollywood film of 2002, grossing US$7.5-million, and the producers of the long-awaited sequel are taking no chances when it comes to meeting fans' expectations for Aankhen 2.
Top South African time-lapse artist Rory Allen has released Vietnam: Land of the Dragon, a wanderlust-inducing two-minute travel video from his holiday there.
While fleshing out the story for Mad Max: Fury Road (winner of 6 Academy Awards), director George Miller said he ended it up with enough material to make two additional films, but when promoting the film in May 2015, he wanted to make a small film that didn't rely on special effects before tackling another
In The End of China Inc?, Al Jazeera’s 101 East travels to Shenfu, one of hundreds of new cities in China built during the boom years that are now deserted. Scores of abandoned high-rise buildings stretch for kilometres - a ghost town of epic proportions.
Indywood Film Carnival is the ultimate film carnival in the world which would celebrate the very best that cinema has to offer.
Just over a month after it debuted at Sheffield Doc/Fest to rave reviews, Ambulance will premiere on Al Jazeera English on 27 July 2016 at 2200 CAT.
29-year-old cotton farmer Sharif has lived in the remote Pakistani village of Hakimwala all his life, until rising debt forces the village elders to send him to Dubai in search of fortune.
Movie rights to Zirk van den Berg’s period novel Half of One Thing have been optioned by independent producer Neil Sonnekus of New Zealand production company Stinkwood Films. The deal was negotiated by Aoife Lennon-Ritchie of the Lennon-Ritchie Agency.
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