Interviews with Prominent Figures in China’s Film Industry
Chinese actress Jing Tian (景甜) has joined the cast of Legendary Pictures' "Pacific Rim" sequel.
Marvel Comics impresario Stan Lee and his long-time collaborator Sharad Devarajan are teaming up to launch "Monkey Master" as a new superhero drawing on the myths of China and India.
For Ty Ahmad-Taylor, CEO of THX, the US cinema certification company founded by George Lucas and engineers at Lucasfilm, Chinese audience reaction is a sign of Chinese moviegoers' increased sophistication.
When it comes to a brand’s efforts to increase awareness and cultivate a desirable image, a new L2 report finds that China’s top celebrities remain a potent force in the era of social media.
When you hear Li Bingbing speak English, its polish on the road to Hollywood crossover at one time got a little boost from China Film Insider China correspondent Fergus Ryan.
China Film Insider spoke with Rian Dundon, who served as English tutor and private photographer for China's most recognizable film star, Fan Bingbing.
Chinese actress Fan Bingbing has announced she is pulling out of the thriller Meg (巨齿鲨), being made by Warner Bros. and Chinese company Gravity Pictures.
'The Last Race' star talks about how she broke into the Chinese film industry.
The native German talked with CFI about the effect vast amounts of new money is having on the Chinese film and visual effects industries and the prospects for more science fiction films.
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.