DAILY BRIEF

Nov 30, 2020

NEWS YOU SHOULDN’T MISS

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    Beijing TV and Film International Screening: Telling China's Story Well To The World

    The 1st China International Audiovisual Conference (CIAC) was held in Beijing from November 19-22 by the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Radio, Film and Television, under the guidance of the National Radio and Television Administration and the Beijing Municipal People's Government, with The Global Cloud Audiovisual Forum and Launch Ceremony being a key part. PR Newswire

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    China-Pakistan Film Collaboration an Effective Way to Realize BRI's Socio-Cultural Vision

    Collaboration in the film industry has the potential to elevate people-to-people cooperation and understanding between Beijing and Islamabad, which have already been consolidated by the joint projects under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). CGTN

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    17th French Film Panorama in China

    An event organized by UniFrance in collaboration with the French Embassy in China, the 17th French Film Panorama in China will open in Beijing on December 3. The eight feature films in this year's Panorama lineup, all titles proposed by Chinese distributors, reflect the diversity of the French movie industry by presenting a combination of established directors, up-and-coming filmmakers, and well-known actors. UniFrance

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    Festival Puts Spotlight on Young Animators

    The Genius Animation Art Festival, a three-day event kicking off last Friday at the Beijing Times Art Museum, is ready to play its part in sustaining the momentum by "creating a platform to scout animation talents," according to festival organizer Tengen Space Studios, a Beijing-based animation studio specializing in both animation creation and education. China.org

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    Popular 'Sisters' Named Best Video Program of 2020

    After weeks of being the talk of nation, the popular reality TV show "Sisters Riding the Winds and Breaking the Waves" has received new recognition. The show gathering 30 female celebrities aged over 30 was named best program of the year at the 21st China Video Awards 2020, an annual honor sponsored by the magazine New Weekly. China.org