China this week passed its long-awaited Film Law. It codifies recent regulations against box office fraud and puts emphasis on moral values. The law, which has been discussed for several years, was…
China is to give its film industry a boost over Hollywood with the introduction of a tax break reward scheme for cinema operators.
China says that it will introduce a film law this year. Confirmation comes at a time when box office reporting is being questioned again.
Trade associations call for copyright legislation, more action on piracy
Deal is expected to give import quota exemption to more British films
ROME – The upcoming European Film Market will mark the launch of Bridging the Dragon, a groundbreaking platform seeking to forge closer strategic ties between film industries in Europe and China…
The world's two most populous nations, India and China signed a long-awaited film co-production agreement on Thursday. The agreement was signed by India's minister for Information and Broadcasting…
Move adds to competition with Youku Tudou and Alibaba
Films to be considered as local content in both countries
'Jimmy Neutron'-director John A. Davis to helm U.S.-Chinese co-production.
Tax breaks also on the agenda.
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