MSNBC will air “The Politics of Power” on Aug. 16, a documentary devoted to the subject of climate change. Yet the editorial approach of this Chris Hayes-hosted hour continues an all-too-common trend…
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When Google Glass debuts next year, the way we tell stories and watch others tell them may start to change in significant ways. And not just for the people who upload their life moments onto YouTube.
Most Poles agree that their national cinema has been rejuvenated and the credit should go, in part, to the Polish Film Institute. Since it was launched in 2005, the number of films produced has grown…
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BEIJING — China’s most popular helmer Feng Xiaogang scooped the feature film award at the Beijing Film Festival for his famine pic “Back to 1942,” as the third edition of the fest closed in the…
Hollywood may soon have less red tape to negotiate in China: the powerful State Administration of Radio, Film and Television and the General Administration of Press and Publication are to be merged…
China's annual legislature, the National People's Congress, meets this week with much pomp and plenty of red flags, and everyone wants to know what the future holds under incoming president Xi…
Jackie Chan has been named as a Hong Kong delegate on the Chinese government's top advisory body.
BEIJING -- China's top judge, Wang Shengjun, told the country's annual legislature, the National People's Congress, that last year 66,000 intellectual property rights cases went to litigation, up 38%…
BEIJING -- Chinese helmers Zhang Yimou and Feng Xiaogang are lobbying for lower ticket prices to lure more auds, as they attend this week's annual legislature in Beijing as advisers.
China continues to play the role of strict parent. With Chinese youngsters getting more and more into the Web, the government has banned new Internet cafes from opening this year.
China has set up a new court to prosecute cases of product piracy. Move underlines how copyright abuse is affecting local Chinese businesses as well as mounting pressure from abroad.