BEIJING — China’s most popular helmer Feng Xiaogang scooped the feature film award at the Beijing Film Festival for his famine pic “Back to 1942,” as the third edition of the fest closed in the…
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China Lion Film will release "Back to 1942," the latest pic by China's top helmer Feng Xiaogang, in North America on Nov. 30 as a day-and-date release with its Chinese mainland bow, the distrib said.
The emotion that was joined to spectacle in Feng Xiaogang's mega-blockbuster "Aftershock" is exchanged for generic suffering and a few big yet uninvolving fighter-jet strafings in the helmer's "Back…
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Hong Kong helmer Johnnie To's China-set gangster movie "Drug War" will world premiere as a surprise movie at the Rome Film Festival where another high-profile Chinese title, Feng Xiaogang's…
Chinese helmer Feng Xiaogang's blockbuster "Back to 1942" will world preem as a surprise competition movie at the Rome Film Festival.
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