Zhang Ziyi and Wang Leehom co-star in an entertaining caper that doesn't take one's breath away in the romance department.
Huaxia Film Distribution Co
China Film Group seems set to pay Hollywood studios the $200 million revenues it has withheld for months
Relativity Media has grown at a fast clip the past few years as Ryan Kavanaugh revved up his film and TV operations. But that expansion has been fueled by new investors and pricey debt, leading…
Jon Lucas and Scott Moore's comedy "21 and Over" is Relativity Media's first project made and co-financed in partnership with Sky Land, the production and distribution entity run by Relativity, SAIF…
Recognizing the increasing importance of the Chinese entertainment market, Relativity Media has inked a strategic partnership with Huaxia Film Distribution Co. and SkyLand (Beijing) Film-Television…
The dancers are dunces in "Showtime."
An "Odd Couple"-cum-martial-arts-road-movie set some 2,000 years ago.
"Six Sisters in the War" is an above-average rural drama centered on distaffers caught up in a nearby military conflict.
Chinese production houses are generally large film groups owned and operated under the auspices of state-run media companies. In order to produce or distrib films in China, foreign players must…
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