Is Winnie the Pooh Banned in China?

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Western news outlets are reporting that the A.A. Milne character has been banned, but searches still turn up plenty of material. Read More

China Co-Production Day

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Set up by Bridging the Dragon and the CNC, in partnership with the Cannes Film Market, the event will organise company meetings between selected international and Chinese film producers, as well as a panel focusing on recent developments within international co‐productions with China. Read More

The Tax Man Cometh for China’s Wealthy Net Celebs

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The tax bureau of Beijing’s Chaoyang District has urged one unidentified live-streaming platform to pay back taxes of RMB 60 million (US$8.7 million), Beijing Youth Daily reported Monday. Read More

‘Ghost In The Shell’ Passes Chinese Censors

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The live-action remake of the of the 1995 Japanese anime classic hits screens in North America on 31 March, but it's unclear if it will get a coveted day-an-date release in China. Read More

Web Celeb Detained for Redirecting Fans’ Calls to Police Hotline

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A Chinese internet celebrity recently found out that fame has its price — especially when your phone number is leaked to millions of idolatrous fans. Read More

IMAX China Blames 2016 Box Office Slowdown for Profit Drop

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IMAX China Holding Inc. saw profits fall 13 percent in 2016, dipping even the three percent growth that China's box office experienced during the year, the company announced Friday. Read More

Recon Buys Majority Stake in Millennium Films for US$100 Million

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The announcement ends rumors that a deal for that amount was being negotiated, although initial speculation indicated that price was more likely for a complete buy-out of Los Angeles-based Millennium. Read More

The Complicated Relationship between Tech Markets and Streaming Regulations in China

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China's State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television (SAPPRFT) now requires social media providers to obtain a special license in order to broadcast video or audio. Read More

French-Canadian Animation ‘Snowstorm!’ Gets China Release

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"Snowstorm!," a 3D animated take on "The Dog Who Stopped The War" ("La Guerre des Tuques"), the much-loved Quebec kids’ film directed by André Mélançon, will open in China on April 1. Read More

Chinese Company, Owner of Aston Villa Football Club, Interested in Millennium Pictures Buy

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Recon Wenyuan Cable Co. is looking for its next big buy: Hollywood's Millennium Films, producers of "The Expendables" series, with a possible price tag of US$100 million, according to a Bloomberg report this week. Read More