DAILY BRIEF: Jun 3, 2020


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    Struggling And Worried About Survival, Cinemas Brace For What's Next

    All cinemas across China have been closed since the end of January, meaning it missed popular movie periods including the Spring Festival, Valentine's Day and May Day holiday. How are the struggling cinemas? Will they reopen as many expect in June? CGTN

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    New Blockbuster To Portray True Story of Fighting COVID-19

    A top film executive recently revealed his company will produce a new blockbuster based on the true story of doctors who fought against the deadly COVID-19 pandemic. China.org

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    Tiktok Apologizes For ‘Glitch’ That Blocked Black Lives Matter Hashtag

    Tiktok apologized Thursday to users after many accused the popular short video app of censoring certain hashtags related to the current protests that were upload by black creators. TechNode

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    Chinese Film 'Spring Tide' Explores Difficult Mother-daughter Relationship In China

    The three women's stories are an epitome of Chinese society, Yang Lina, the film director, told Chinese news sie thepaper.cn, noting that the film is the first time that a Chinese film has told a thorough and complete story of women from three different generations. Global Times

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    Superpower Cold War To Have Chilling Effect on China-U.S. Entertainment Business

    Some industry players reckon that U.S.-China co-productions will be essentially non-existent for the next 18 months, with many Chinese films adopting a wait-and-see ttitude t least through the U.S. presidential elections in November, and then likely again through 2021, when the China market will be an even tougher egg to crack. Variety