Is Hollywood doing something wrong, or are Chinese filmmakers doing something right? Both, which is why American studios need to quickly rethink their roles and goals. Some already are.
HONG KONG - The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has licensed 65 hours of TV shows to Chinese state TV broadcaster China Central Television (CCTV). The deal was announced Wednesday at the third…
Trotting out more high heels and far-fetched plot twists than an Almodovar film, “Tiny Times” is China's tween girl-power fantasy extraordinaire. Adapting his bestselling serial about four bosom…
InDemand has signed with Chinese shingle Seven Stars Media to provide sports, music and lifestyle content for the booming Chinese cable market.
Youku Tudou will up its imports of U.S. content to 33 hit shows, including "Vampire Diaries," "Pretty Little Liars," "Elementary," "Modern Family" and "2 Broke Girls."
For nearly eight decades, Disney has relied on films to rally kids and their families around the Mouse House. But with its core audience increasingly glued to screens of all sizes, the success of…
World's largest foreign market loosens quotas but investors advised to proceed with caution.
The Montreal World Film Festival unquestionably has a thing for China. After three decades of providing a platform for Mainland directors, including such stalwarts as Zhang Yimou, the fest appears to…
China's broadcasting watchdog, the State Administration of Radio, Film and TV, has banned two popular reality and talent skeins for poor moral standards.
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