Exposing Sexual Abuse in China: Q&A with ‘Hooligan Sparrow’ Director Nanfu Wang

 /  People  / 
Nanfu Wang hoped that a woman called Ye Haiyan, who had offered free sex on the Internet to draw attention to the plight of poor women selling their bodies to support their children, would lead her to the prostitutes she wanted to interview. Read More

CFI Q&A With Author Peter Hessler on ‘River Town’ the Movie

 /  People  / 
Not Since 'Iron and Silk' in 1991 has there been a major motion picture about an American teaching in China. Read More

CFI Q&A With Joan Xu, Young Screenwriter in Beijing

 /  People  / 
Xu, a recent "Global Shaper" at Davos, talks about the stories that drive her, making money, and dealing with being a relative newcomer in China's restricted movie business. Read More

CFI Q&A With Christopher Bremble of Base FX—Part Two

 /  People  / 
Bremble discusses his company's deal with China Media Capital, whether Hollywood executives can really "get" China, and much more in the second part of this interview. Read More

CFI Q&A With Christopher Bremble of Base FX—Part One

 /  People  / 
As the Chinese appetite for big-budget movies grows, special effects services company Base FX, founded in Beijing in 2006 by American Christopher Bremble, finds itself situated right between those films’ traditional suppliers, the Hollywood studios, and the moviegoers they’re trying to reach harder than ever before. Bremble talked with CFI Editor Jonathan Landreth about learning Read More

AG Cinema Trends Feb 2016 – post

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Netflix May Never Break Into China (2)

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As other tech giants have learned the hard way, China is a market all its own, and Netflix will have to play by Chinese rules. Wired Read More

Netflix May Never Break Into China (1)

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As other tech giants have learned the hard way, China is a market all its own, and Netflix will have to play by Chinese rules. Wired Read More

What the Wanda-Legendary Deal Might Mean for Hollywood

 /  Opinion  / 
The acquisition could teach China's richest man how to make movies that will help his core business stay afloat. Read More

When Push Comes to Shove—Movies, China, and the World: A Q&A with Richard Peña

 /  People  / 
Richard Peña, the director emeritus of the New York Film Festival, talks to us about the changes of China's national cinema and what Hollywood and China can offer to one another. Read More

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