Jiang Wen's fifth film is a saucy picaresque through a world of grifters, raconteurs and dreamers.
Top Chinese director Zhang Yimou and his former muse, star actress Gong Li have begun production on the aptly named drama "Return."
Movie industries in Hong Kong and China increasingly enmeshed
Emperor Motion Pictures has inked a five-year, three-pic deal with top mainland Chinese thesp Ge You, and the Hong Kong shingle is expected to invest no less than $78 million into the three projects.
An entertaining hot pot of wry political commentary and general mischief.
Sadness overcomes comedy in the sequel to the boffo 2008 Sino hit.
An ironic comedy of manners about a Beijinger trying to get his mutt back from the pound, "Cala, My Dog" is a collection of grace-notes on Mainland life that may prove too low-key for most western…
A family drama set across 30 years of modern Chinese history, Zhang Yimou's "To Live" is a well-crafted but in no way earth-shaking entry in the helmer's oeuvre. Topped by finely judged perfs by Gong…