The director of the Internet Communication Management section of China's powerful State Administration of Radio, Film and Television (SARFT) has been charged with accepting bribes worth 40,000 yuan…
China's film market is booming. But while the burgeoning number of new cinema screens is fueling wild expansion, the pressure to get one of the key slots in the sked is growing.
China's film industry has been flourishing, with box office up 33% and record levels of production in 2005. But the People's Republic faces some serious technical and political challenges, especially…
More bad news for Western media congloms vying to break into China's lucrative market: China's communist party has again tightened its grip on the industry with a raft of rules for TV dramas and…
Beijing's cinemas reopened Tuesday after a closure of seven weeks due to fears about the spread of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS).
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