Hong Kong action hero Chow Yun-fat is set to follow up his role as the ancient philosopher Confucius with a part in Chinese helmer Jiang Wen's $18 million period Western laffer "Let the Bullets Fly."
Chinese helmer Feng Xiaogang underlined his reputation as the country's favorite helmer when his war epic "Assembly" scooped film, director, cinematography and music awards as the Golden Rooster…
This year's Asian Film Market at the Pusan Film Festival was more about meetings than signing major deals, but most market players said they were happy with the event.
China has banned foreign investment in the online games biz as part of efforts to tighten its grip on the Internet.
Chinese President Hu Jintao has promised that his country will safeguard the rights of international news orgs reporting in China, and told a meeting of global media leaders that media groups had an…
Chinese authorities have given Michael Jackson documentary "This Is It" one of the country's 20 annual foreign movie import slots.
While the Western film-investment community looked around glumly this past year at the shattered remains of its world, Asia's more cautious financiers tut-tutted the West's wasteful ways and kept…
After all the preparation, the security clampdown and the ban on pigeons and kite-flying, what a swell party it was.
"Astro Boy" will be released in China on Oct. 23, the same day as its U.S. bow.
China has chosen "Forever Enthralled," the Chen Kaige-helmed biopic about Peking Opera star Mei Lanfang, as its contender for a nomination in the foreign language film category at the Oscars.
As the spectacular 2008 Olympics proved, no one organizes public events with the same attention to detail as the Chinese government.