DAILY BRIEF: Oct 10, 2018


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    Fan Bingbing May Have Been Found, but ‘355’ Still Needs to Locate a Star

    After becoming the subject of wild conspiracy theories over her well-being before resurfacing Oct. 3 in a state of deep contrition, Fan is also likely to also face consequences in the very realm that could save her from financial ruin: show business. Variety

  • 2

    Busan: Asian Film Market Sets Records as IP Deals Take Center Stage

    Chinese buyers had a strong presence at the South Korean event despite geopolitical issues that have stalled business between the two Asian industries. The Hollywood Reporter

  • 3

    Hollywood-style Education Comes to Chinese Film School

    Oscar-winning film education resources have been introduced into China's film art education to provide high-end, international lessons and foster Chinese film talents. China Daily

  • 4

    China’s choice of Jiang Wen’s ‘Hidden Man’ for 91st Oscars bid sparks discussion online

    This is the first time that one of Jiang's directorial works has been chosen to compete for an Oscar. Global Times

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    China's National Day Holiday Box Office Reaches 1.9 Bln Yuan

    China's box office during the week-long National Day holiday exceeded 1.9 billion yuan (274 million U.S. dollars), China Film News reported Monday. "Project Gutenberg," a crime thriller starring Hong Kong actors Chow Yun-Fat and Aaron Kwok, was the winner and earned 628 million yuan from Oct. 1 to 7, accumulating a total of 683 million yuan at the box office since its release on Sept. 30. China.org