Chinese Director Chen Kaige attends the Sino-Foreign Film Co-Production Forum on the sidelines of the Beijing International Film Festival in Beijing, capital of China, April 17, 2017.
It was a crazy weekend that Hollywood car-racing blockbuster The Fate of the Furious broke a series of records and raised a new stunning box office level.
Viewed as a ground-breaking exploration to revive the struggling martial arts movie genre, the 2014 hit Brotherhood of Blades will see a second installment screened this summer.
One of the most expensive Chinese-language films ever made, the 500-million-yuan ($72.6 million) The Monkey King 3 recently concluded the five months of filming across China.
Taklamakan's Drumbeat, a film produced by Tianshan Mountain Film Studio of Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, premiered in Beijing on Monday at the Great Hall of the People.
Renowned Taiwanese film director Li Xing, 87, has called for more cultural exchanges between the Chinese mainland and Taiwan, at the opening ceremony of the 9th Annual Cross-Strait Film Exhibition on April 14 at the Beijing Normal University.
Chinese-American director Dayyan Eng, aka Wu Shixian, says his latest fantasy comedy Bedazzled will hit Chinese mainland theaters on June 30.
RRTV, a Chinese video-sharing app, has launched a channel for producing original short videos.
Kazakh singer Dimash Kudaibergenov, a rising foreign star in China's music circles, will soon be heard singing in a Chinese film.
Cai Guoqing looks like someone with the least potential for antihero roles.
From conspiracies to action, television series based on spy stories have long been a popular genre on China's small screen.
The upcoming Seventh Beijing International Film Festival offers around 500 films. Xu Fan reports.