Recap on The 5th Sino-European Production Seminar in Berlin

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The 5th Sino-European Production Seminar hosted by the Berlin-based producers association Bridging the Dragon in partnership with the European Film Market took place in conjunction with the 2019 Berlinale on February 13th. Read More

Jeffrey Chan: Successful Films Tell Stories That The Chinese Audience Can Relate To

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Bridging the Dragon met up with Jeffrey Chan, executive vice-president of Bona Film Group, one of the leading distribution and production companies in China. Read More

Will The Next Co-production Blockbuster Come from Europe?

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The enthusiasm for co-production has likely been enhanced by the success of The Meg, as evidenced by the great turnout of Bridging The Dragon's recent Sino-European Co-production Lab, which took place from November 11-14 in Beijing. Read More

How to Find Opportunities in China’s Film Industry, From a European Perspective

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Cristiano Bortone, Managing Director of Bridging The Dragon, spoke to CFI on the founding of the organization, co-production trends, the group's newly launched initiative, and its upcoming event at the Cannes Film Festival. Read More

Sino-European Project Lab

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Bridging the Dragon, in collaboration with ARRI, will kick off the 3rd edition of the Sino-European Project lab on 14-16 June 2017 before the Shanghai International Film Festival. Six European and six Chinese film projects suitable for coproduction between China and Europe were selected to join the Lab. Read More

Cannes Panelists Discuss The Future of Art House Cinema in China

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China Day panels at last month's festival focused on the growth of Chinese art house cinema and opportunities for the European and international markets. Read More

Berlin: Production Seminar Brings Together Euro-seekers, Chinese Experts

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The annual Berlin International Film Festival, also known as the Berlinale has historically been an important Western platform for Chinese films. For the past few years at the festival, a Berlin-based association, Bridging the Dragon and the European Film Market have sponsored events designed to further the cause of European films and co-productions that can Read More