DAILY BRIEF: Jan 10, 2019


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    Female Directors Behind 48.6 Percent of Projects at Berlinale Co-Production Market

    'Summer 1993' director Carla Simon and Chinese helmer Wang Yichun are among the female filmmakers pitching the latest features at the 2019 edition of Berlinale co-production market. The Hollywood Reporter

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    China’s Tencent Again Left off List of Approved Video Game Titles

    Tencent has again failed to win approval for new video games after China’s top media regulator issued a list of 84 titles that omitted the industry leader for the second time in a fortnight. Financial Time

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    Is Fan Bingbing testing waters for a comeback in March?

    Is Fan Bingbing eyeing a bid to secure once again her previous lofty position in Chinese entertainment? Asia One

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    China’s First Women Astronauts the Focus of Pepsi Chinese New Year Film

    A short film inspired by China's first two female astronauts, Yang Liu and Ya-Ping Wang. Branding in Asia

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    Hollywood Creates Special Movie Posters with Traditional Chinese Art

    China Daily, a state outlet, on Wednesday reported that Hollywood studios are creating special movie posters with traditional Chinese art to appeal to the increasingly lucrative Chinese market. The striking posters resemble the painting that might be found on Chinese pottery or murals. Breitbart