Beijingers may soon be able to catch up on their favorite skeins via their cell phones when China rolls out its first commercial "TV on the go" system in April, using South Korean technology.
Warner Bros. is expanding its multiplex business into second-tier cities in China with the announcement that it will open its first multiplex in the southwestern city of Chongqing today.
Hong Kong helmer Jacob Cheung has wrapped shooting on what promises to be one of the biggest Chinese films this year, "Battle of Wits," a historical action pic starring Hong Kong thesp Andy Lau.
Shooting has wrapped on $20 million historical epic "The Banquet," produced by the Huayi Brothers and Hong Kong's Media Asia. Pic stars Ziyi Zhang, now China's most famous thesp since "Memoirs of a…
China raided 17 illegal CD production lines and seized 169 million illegal publications in 2005 in its nationwide crackdown on piracy and porn, a leading figure in the ruling Communist Party said.
TV company Cellcast is dipping its toe in the potentially lucrative China market with the launch of a joint venture with Shenzhen New Power Technology to develop and distribute interactive TV…
When will "Memoirs of a Geisha" finally open in mainland China? The movie was due to bow Jan. 9 in Beijing, but was bumped to Feb. 10 without explanation. Now that date looks doubtful amid media…
Watching movies has become a favorite pastime in China but the number of cinemagoers declined last year, according to a report on cultural industries by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.
Beijing is planning to introduce at least 1,500 digital screens by 2010 to broaden access to cinema and cut ticket prices, the capital city's culture bureau said Tuesday.
China expects to unveil a top-flight digital cinema server in June, which could offer a cheaper way of distributing digital movies than methods being developed. The server's lower pricetag could…