Gay Films Have a Real Hard Time in China

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With ‘Call Me by Your Name’ banned from a Beijing showing, CFI's content partner Sixth Tone looks at which LGBT films made it to Chinese screens — and which were given the shaft. Read More

Headlines from China: Nasdaq Welcomes ‘China’s Netflix’ iQiyi Today

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Today, iQiyi (IQ) rang the Nasdaq stock market opening bell in celebration of its IPO. Founded in 2010 by Chinese internet giant Baidu, iQiyi is one of the largest video-streaming platforms in China. Read More

Actor and Restaurant Owner Michael Chow on Being Chinese in Hollywood

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As Mr. Chow celebrates its 50th anniversary, Michael Chow spoke to CFI about Hollywood, art, life, and being Chinese. Read More

Headlines from China: China’s Video-Sharing Site Bilibili Officially Listed on Nasdaq

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Today, Nasdaq officially welcomes Bilibili (BILI), China's leading video-sharing platform for young generations, to trade in its stock market. Read More

MoMA and Film Society of Lincoln Center Offer Global Survey of New Directors

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This year's New Directors/New Films series, which is co-presented by MoMA and Film Society of Lincohn Center, selected two Chinese language films: The Great Buddha + and An Elephant Sitting Still. Read More

Headlines from China: Le Vision Pictures Changed Company Name to Associate Itself with Sunac China

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Le Vision Pictures, a film production company and subsidiary of the troubled LeEco, has changed its name to Le Chuang Entertainment (乐创文娱), according to an internal letter from the company's CEO Zhang Zhao to its employees. Read More

What It’s Really Like to Work in China’s Film Industry

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As large as it is, China can be a tough beast to understand. What is it like to actually work and make films in China’s entertainment industry? Hollywood veterans share their experiences and things to keep in mind when doing business in the Middle Kingdom. Read More

One of China’s Biggest Live Streaming Platforms Files for HK IPO

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Popular live streaming platform Inke (映客) has submitted its first edition of an IPO prospectus to the Hong Kong stock exchange. The company didn’t indicate how much funds it plans to raise. Read More

Headlines from China: Hollywood’s Localization in China: What Works, What Doesn’t

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This article analyzes four major strategies Hollywood often uses to localize films for the Chinese market. Find out what works and what doesn't. Read More

Short Video Platforms Douyin, Kuaishou Accused of Showing Counterfeit Products

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Chinese short video platform such as Douyin and Kuaishou are being criticized for featuring video hosts who make and distribute counterfeit products on their videos. Read More

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