[09/14] China Film Insider and China Hollywood Society Co-Present Web Panel: “Inside The China Box Office”

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China Film Insider & China Hollywood Society co-present a web panel discussing the China Box Office on Thursday, September 14 at 11 am PST/2 pm EST online. Read More

Bilibili Stars Bypass China’s Fame Machine

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Bilibili, China's leading video-sharing platform, gives rise to fan-made celebrities and a growing offline ACG fandom community. Read More

Russian Historical Epic ‘Viking’ and French War Thriller ‘HHhH’ Pass Chinese Censorship

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Two European epic films ‘Viking’ and ‘HHhH’(R-rating) have passed Chinese censorship. Read More

Chinese Cinema Chain UME Acquired by China Media Capital

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CMC and UME have not responded to the reports, but publicly available documents indicate the deal is in the offing. Read More

Why Chinese Companies Hire Celebrities as Executives

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The trend of celebrity joining companies as executives comes as a response to circumvent the newly amended China Advertising Law. Read More

How LeEco Fell From Glory

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Once a market darling, China’s tech giant LeEco has now become a headache for investors and creditors as years of reckless expansion led the company into a debt impasse. Read More

26 Chinese Cinemas Named & Shamed For Box Office Fraud

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The new ‘black list’ shows fraud is most rife in the country’s smallest cities with 21 of the 26 cinemas hailing from third and fourth-tier cities. Read More

Chinese Film ‘End of Summer’ Makes It To Busan International Film Festival

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Zhou Quan’s family drama is one of four from the Greater China region that has made the list, joining ‘Somewhere Beyond The Mist’ from Hong Kong, ‘The Last Verse’ and ‘One Night on the Wharf’ from Taiwan. Read More

LeEco’s Listed Arm Spills Red Ink for First Time

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The woes of cash-strapped LeEco seem set to continue, as listed unit Leshi reported significant losses for the first half of the year. Read More

China Will Be The World’s Biggest Film Market By 2020 Says Media Regulator

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The bullish assessment comes as box office hit 'Wolf Warriors II' gives the local film industry a welcome shot in the arm. Read More