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|Film Title||Distributors||Job Title||Company||Status||Release Date|
|FLOWERS OF WAR, THE|
New Pictures Film
|Director||Completed||January 20, 2012|
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East met east Thursday night in New York as directors Ang Lee and Zhang Yimou took to the stage for an intimate dialogue about their lives and careers, organized by New York University's Tisch School…
Recent confirmation that Sony Pictures is backing the next pictures by Chinese directors Chen Kaige and Jiang Wen seems like deja vu. The company was in business with Jiang, Zhang Yimou and Feng…
“Hero” and “House of a Flying Daggers” helmer Zhang Yimou is in talks to helm the adaptation of Robert Ludlum's “The Parsifal Mosaic” for Universal Pictures. Imagine Entertainment's Brian Grazer will…
BERLIN -- Critically acclaimed Chinese helmer-producer Zhang Yimou has lured back Sony Pictures Classics, his longtime North American distributor, with the Gong Li starrer “Coming Home.” Sold by Wild…
Taiwan confirmed the ten films from mainland China that will be given theatrical release this year.
Top Chinese director Zhang Yimou may be fined over $1 million for flouting China's one child policy.
After taking its time putting a finishing polish on the script, Universal has moved fast to start casting with Bryce Dallas Howard in talks to star in “Jurassic World.” The studio had been looking at…
Top Chinese director Zhang Yimou and his former muse, star actress Gong Li have begun production on the aptly named drama "Return."
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