Co-productions remain a key vehicle for Hollywood movies to get into China. But producers need to make sure their projects meet the tough local criteria. There has been a crackdown in the past few…
The China Film Copyright Assn. has invited foreign movie copyright holders to come and discuss ways of cooperating to improve the situation regarding issues such as royalties on movies and piracy.
Kathryn Bigelow's Iraq War actioner swept the Chicago Film Critics' Assn. awards.
"Up in the Air" and "Where the Wild Things Are" each nabbed six nominations.
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