About the author Fergus Ryan has worked in media, communications and marketing roles in China and Australia for close to a decade. Most recently, Fergus was a journalist for the News Corp. publications China Spectator and The Australian. He has also been published in The Guardian and Foreign Policy. Prior to that, Fergus worked on business development for the A-list star Li Bingbing at Huayi Brothers, and on celebrity engagement and social media for the WWF and DMG Entertainment.
On Wednesday Bona Film Group announced it had filed the necessary documents required for a stock market listing with the Xinjiang Securities Regulatory Bureau and had received confirmation from the regulator. Read More
Amazon Studios's Oscar-winning film Manchester by the Sea has passed Chinese censors and could be heading to screens in the world’s second-largest entertainment market soon, according to sources familiar with the matter. Read More
Directed by James Gray, the critically acclaimed film is based on the true story of British explorer Colonel Percival Fawcett, who disappeared while searching for a mysterious city in the Amazon in the 1920s. Read More
China’s already crowded online video streaming market looks set to have a new challenger with Wanda Cinema Line, the theatrical exhibition arm of Chinese property development giant Dalian Wanda, set to launch its own video streaming website this year. Read More
Cannes Film Festival organizers announced the addition of the Li Ruijun’s (李睿珺) film to the prestigious event’s competition line-up on Thursday, reversing what had appeared to be a snub of Chinese film for the second year running. Read More
iQIYI confirmed that the two companies had formally agreed to content licensing cooperation covering dramas, animation, documentaries, reality TV shows and other types of content, in a statement. Read More
Disney's "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales" will sail into the Middle Kingdom on Tuesday, May 26, the same days as it opens in North America, and have its world premiere in Shanghai on May 11. Read More
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