Interviews with Prominent Figures in China’s Film Industry
Veteran filmmaker Fan Jian’s latest documentary, "Still Tomorrow" won the Special Jury Award for Feature-Length Documentary at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA), the world’s biggest festival for the genre.
CFI Sky King: Jiang Wen. Beijing badass. The steel of Clint Eastwood married to the intelligence and subversive wit of Marlon Brando
Fan Bingbing will join her "I Am Not Madame Bovary" director Feng Xiaogang at Creative Artists Agency (CAA), leaving William Morris Endeavor Entertainment.
The "Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk" director sees China's box office overtaking the US, but his own record in the China market has been mixed.
It seems a curious time for China star Li Bingbing to sell her home in Los Angeles, for a cool US$3 million.
Disney execs are no doubt hoping the inclusion of Chinese stars Donnie Yen and Jiang Wen in "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" will help the latest reboot get some purchase in China.
“Whitewashing”: Strange Days for Doctor Strange; Matt Damon Beats His Head against The Great Wall and neither Bruce Lee nor Jackie Chan Can Come to the Rescue
China announced that it has chosen "Xuan Zang" as its selection for the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar. China Film Insider China correspondent Fergus Ryan interviewed director Huo Jianqi about the film in May, which we present here again.
American action thriller film "The Mechanic 2: Resurrection" just nabbed a China cinematic release for October 21 – the same date as rival action flick "Jack Reacher: Never Go Back."