LucasFilm topper Kathleen Kennedy revealed that Disney had pledged $1 million to the relief fund for Saturday's devastating Sichuan earthquake.
Hollywood movies are gradually losing their appeal to Chinese auds because they are too "homogeneous," Zhang Hongsen, head of the Film Bureau, said, after a strong performance by local pics in the…
Overseas industryites are gathering in the Chinese capital for the third Beijing Film Festival, which this year will continue to focus on growing overseas business and co-productions while taking a…
The local government in the Chinese province of Yunnan is linking up with Hollywood to make a co-production called "Outcast,"
Sino film industry returns to Lido as global power despite challenges at home
"The Dark Knight Rises" evaded Chinese censors, but now faces a playdate with "The Amazing Spider-Man," a box-office showdown that Warner Bros. is still working to avoid.
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