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China makes good business sense. This is especially true if your film industry is struggling on home turf, as Hong Kong's is.
Chongqing is the biggest city in the world, though chances are you may not have heard of it. It's also the hottest venue for shooting pics in China right now as lensers make the most of the…
The film industry here is waiting for the government's next move.
Sometimes called "the Chinese Miramax," PolyBona is a bastion of independence and private enterprise in a sector where state-run titans such as China Film Group have long ruled in distribution…
Sil-Metropole Organization seems to have the best of both worlds. It's a Hong Kong-registered company that also has state-owned studio status in China, which makes it a no-brainer for co-productions.
George Orwell might have put it this way: All underground films are banned, but some are more banned than others.
The life of Anna Nicole Smith, chapter after chapter of which was tailor-made for tabloids, came to an end Thursday, after she mysteriously collapsed at a hotel in Florida and died.
Films include "A Hope," "Ci Ma," "Three Kingdoms," more...