"The Need for Speed" is set to race onto mainland China screens from March 14. Golden Bear-winning "Black Coal, Thin Ice" also skates to March release.
Black Coal Thin Ice
Is festival silverware or box office weighting more important in adding to China's claim?
SCOTT FOUNDAS: Well, Peter, another film festival draws to a close. It seems we were only just at Sundance, and now Berlin is but a memory. Time goes by so quickly…why, it's almost like being one of…
The spirits of Raymond Chandler and James M. Cain course through "Black Coal, Thin Ice," a bleak but powerful, carefully controlled Chinese detective thriller.
LONDON - Distributors in Europe and the Middle East have acquired rights to Chinese film "Black Coal, Thin Ice" which appears in competition in Berlin on Wednesday. It was acquired by Memento Films…
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