"I Am Not Madame Bovary," the latest drama film from China's leading director Feng Xiaogang, has unexpectedly lost its Sept. 30 release date. While a new date has been announced for Nov. 18, the…
Feng Xiaogang, the Steven Spielberg of China, Pushes the Artistic Envelope and Sells Lots of Tickets
The nickname "China's Spielberg" seemed particularly appropriate for director Feng Xiaogang when he made "Assembly" in 2007. The film, which opened the Busan Film Festival, is an epic war actioner…
A de-glammed Fan Bingbing's peasant heroine is anything but helpless, as her quest for justice reaches the highest levels of government.
MADRID — Baltasar Kormakur's "The Oath," Lee Sang-il's "Rage" and Feng Xiaogang's "I Am Not Madame Bovary" will compete for the 64th San Sebastian Festival's Golden Seashell, the Festival announced…
"Kids these days," sighs the lead character in "Mr. Six," sounding like the grizzled hero in a late-career Clint Eastwood movie. Now well into his fifties, the neighborhood peacekeeper...
Acting in Venice festival closing film "Mr Six" was a definite step up for Feng Xiaogang, China's top director and occasional actor.
The Shanghai festival's first Jackie Chan Action Movie Week wrapped with a sweet, but largely unnecessary, awards show.
Black action comedy is one of the biggest of the new current of Chinese-Korean co-productions
Los Angeles indie sales powerhouse IM Global has struck an output deal with China's Huayi Brothers Media to handle international sales on Huayi's Chinese film productions. Titles will be represented…
Leading Chinese studio unveils 32-film production and distribution slate
Chinese director Feng Xiaogang and "Four Weddings And A Funeral" producer Duncan Kenworthy are eyeing an English-language remake of Feng's comedy drama "A World Without Thieves."