If you take Walt Disney's Zootopia and American musical La La Land and put them together to make a film, it may look like Sing, which hit cinemas on the Chinese mainland on Feb 17.
A TV series inspired by a legendary queen is making waves in China. The Glory of Tang Dynasty, being shown on Beijing Satellite TV since late January, has been adapted from the popular novel of the same title, and chronicles the life of Shen Zhenzhu, wife of the 8th-century Emperor Daizong.
Adapted from a popular online novel of the same name, a TV series called Ten Miles of Peach Blossom has hit the small screen during the Spring Festival. Set in a fantasy world where monsters, gods and humans coexist, the story tells a love story between a 140,000-year-old fox princess and a 50,000-year-old dragon prince.
After a brief hiatus, Sammi Cheng returns to her familiar zone－Hong Kong-style romantic movies－with Love Contractually.
Film fans have an opportunity to view Chinese movies that have made a mark at the Berlin film festival over the years at an event in Beijing. Xu Fan reports.
A man whose reggae is influenced by the music of his ethnic group in Taiwan aspires to charm Beijing. Chen Nan reports.
It may be a bit early to predict the winners of this year's Berlinale International Film Festival, but a newly launched event has drawn European attention to top Chinese talent.
As the 2017 version of The Legend of the Condor Heroes hits the TV screen this year, many viewers can't help but delve into the romantic love story of Guo Jing and Huang Rong. The Legend of Condor Heroes is a martial arts novel by Jin Yong. In 1983, it was first broadcast on TVB Jade in Hong Kong.
Led by China's top comedian Ge You and Hong Kong singer-actor Nicholas Tse, the film opened in Chinese theaters on Feb 10.
This year's British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA), or the UK's equivalent of the Oscars, were unveiled on Sunday night in London.
Yue Yunpeng, one of China's top comedians, has been talking ahead of the release of his latest movie, due to hit theatres on Valentine's Day on Tuesday.
An entrepreneur aims to bring live theater and cinema closer through a history-themed entertainment project. Wang Kaihao reports.