DAILY BRIEF

Oct 23, 2018

NEWS YOU SHOULDN’T MISS

  • 1

    China's Copyright Watchdog Eyes 3000 Websites amid Latest Piracy Crackdown

    Last year, China shut down over 2,500 sites providing pirated streaming or downloads and deleted more than 700,000 links to unauthorized content. South China Morning Post

  • 2

    No End in Sight to Global TV Drama Boom as MIPCOM Wraps

    It's unclear just how much western producers and copyright holders will get out of these new Chinese arrangements, but after a week of deals, the future of Mipcom, at least, looks secure. The Hollywood Reporter

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    Youku focuses on sports and dramas in drive to become China’s top online video platform

    Youku is investing in drama and sports content in its bid to win the battle for China's online viewing audiences. The Drum

  • 4

    'The Crossing' ('Guo Chun Tian'): Film Review

    Chinese director Bai Xue's first feature, about a schoolgirl's rite of passage as a rookie smuggler, won two awards at the Pingyao festival after its premiere in Toronto. The Hollywood Reporter

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    Aamir Khan Meets Official of Chinese Film Regulator, Discuss India-China Cooperation in Film-making

    Aamir Khan is immensely popular in China for his movies like 'Dangal', 'Secret Superstars' and 'Three Idiots', among others. news18.com