The Chinese government this week made it clear that it has no current plans to change the regime that controls the import of foreign film into China.
A strong start to the year at the Chinese box office has helped spark speculation of change to the regime that controls the import of foreign movies.
"No Man Land," a controversial Chinese film noir by top director Ning Hao, is to get a theatrical release in December, more than three years after it was banned.
China is to send "Back To 1942" as its contender for the foreign-language Academy Awards campaign.
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.
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Describing Oriental DreamWorks as a "Chinese content company," the outfit's head of production Joe Aguilar this week laid out a substantially expanded production mandate for the one-year old joint…
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China Film Group seems set to pay Hollywood studios the $200 million revenues it has withheld for months
"Tiny Times" is distinctly New China. It's a Shanghai-set tale of beautiful girls and handsome boys who live in luxury and revel in their brand-name possessions and their Western-style values.
Domestic Film DAILY
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Daily:$3.0M Cumulative:$59.2M Warner Brothers -3.25%
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Daily:$2.4M Cumulative:$42.0M Fox / DreamWorks Animation 0.67%
Non-Stop3Daily:$1.3M Cumulative:$58.2M Universal Pictures 0.07%