China appears to have confirmed that it is to ban South Korean content from its TV screens in reprisal against the Korean government's decision to deploy the U.S.-made Terminal High Altitude Area…
China's entertainment industry regulator has barred the screening of films and TV shows that include talent with immoral habits.
Deal reflects existing swell of cross-border Korean-Chinese film-making
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Theatrical box office in China surged by nearly 35% in the first three quarters of this year. Hollywood pictures recovered ground in September.
"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.
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Mainland Chinese regulators have once again moved to curb the amount of talent shows airing on Chinese TV.
HONG KONG – Chinese regulators are to ease up on film and TV censorship, according to state media sources. Film-makers will in future only be required to submit treatments for approval, rather than…
Cable TV, theatrical B.O. and advertising propel continuing expansion
BEIJING — Motion Picture Assn. of America chairman Chris Dodd believes opportunities are growing at a furious pace for Hollywood in China and the whole dynamic of the world’s second biggest film…