The film that has garnered the most attention this year in China is the June release "Tiny Times," a homegrown picture that has been likened to "The Devil Wears Prada" and "Sex and the City."
Steven Spielberg is reported to be interested in working with Chinese director Zhang Yimou on an int'l Chinese film. The two previously tried to team up on the 2008 Olympic Games ceremonies.
BEIJING — China's most prominent helmer Zhang Yimou was named artistic director of the private Chinese shingle Le Vision Pictures at a gala event in Beijing on Monday. He will also oversee a new…
Digital delivery is one of the hottest topics at Hong Kong's Filmart, as more Chinese auds use their cellphones and tablets to access content. China has a population of 550 million webizens and the…
Seven of China's leading video-streaming websites have announced plans to group together to offer fee-based online pics as an alternative medium for watching movies on the Internet.
Low-budget Chinese romancer can't see its way through to sustained drama or comedy.
Variety surveys buzz titles and the sales companies behind them at this year's Filmart.
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