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Movies' Midas touch

2015-10-02 09:02:05

The world's second-largest movie market grossed about 32 billion yuan from more than 320 movies in the first nine months of 2015. Will it hit 40 billion?

Filmmakers join online heavy-hitters

2015-10-02 08:31:17

As China's Internet giants rewrite the rules of the game for the traditional film industry, a new big player backed by the world's largest game company recently tapped into the booming market.

One-act play introduces Woody Allen to Chinese audiences

2015-10-01 07:25:14

Actor He Shan is a big fan of Woody Allen. He has what one can call a small collection of his movies, music and theater works. In 2013, He read a book, which had Chinese translations of three of Allen's one-act plays, Riverside Driver, Old Saybrook and Central Part West. As an acting major at the National Academy of Chinese Theater Arts, he was impressed by the humorous, insightful plays with typical New Yorkers as characters.

Lost in Hong Kong receives mixed reviews

2015-09-29 16:00:03

The new Chinese box office record breaker Lost in Hong Kong received quite mixed reviews from the public.

Film shows pool table as life

2015-09-29 13:55:44

An upcoming film could be of interest to both fans of Taiwan rock band Mayday and sports enthusiasts.

The Last Women Standing sets release date

2015-09-28 16:37:21

Chinese romance film The Last Women Standing has announced its release date during a press conference in Beijing.

Chinese comedy sparks interest in Busan

2015-09-28 15:08:53

Chinese-language comedy Bad Guys Always Die is becoming one of the most anticipated productions at the upcoming Busan International Film Festival.

Which American films are on President Xi's watching list?

2015-09-25 16:02:07

China's President Xi Jinping expressed his love towards American films like Sleepless in Seattle, at the welcoming dinner hosted by the local government of Washington State

Chinese film retrospective to kick off in Washington D.C.

2015-09-24 16:04:08

A Century of Enlightenment, a Chinese film retrospective exhibition, will kick off on Friday in the US capital Washington D.C.

China may enter Wolf Totem for Oscars

2015-09-24 09:53:04

Jean-Jacques Annaud's Wolf Totem, a story of a young man's obsession with wolf packs in Inner Mongolia, may be submitted as China's bid for best foreign language film at 2016 Oscars.

The Yellow River film aims to touch a chord

2015-09-24 08:07:11

The lyrics of The Yellow River Cantata boosted the fighting spirit of the Chinese when facing the Japanese during wartime and influenced later generations, too.

Fight to finish

2015-09-24 07:52:09

Tom Cruise's stunts and news of some Chinese investment are drawing people to Mission: Impossible-Rouge Nation. Xu Fan interviews director Christopher McQuarrie.

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