Is the US Ready for an All-Chinese Content Streaming Service?

 /  Streaming  / 
New streaming platform BAMBU is hoping to bring Chinese movies and TV shows to US audiences. Read More

Indie Flick “A Cool Fish” Crushes Box Office Expectations

 /  News  / 
'A Cool Fish' — a small-budget production lacking A-list stars — shocked industry watchers by hitting the #1 spot of the nationwide box office over the weekend. Read More

The 17th New York Asian Film Festival to Present 21 Films from Greater China

 /  News  / 
One year ago, NYAFF committed to supporting the new generation of first-time directors emerging in Asia with the Young Blood series, focusing on Hong Kong; this year the festival shifts to Mainland China. Read More

Film Review: How Long Will I Love U

 /  Reviews  / 
Despite some lapses in the script, this Chinese time-travel farce has sufficient energy and charm to make it agreeable, sprightly, undemanding summer fare. Read More

What Chinese Films to See at Tribeca Film Festival, New Directors/New Films, and More

 /  Guide  / 
At the beginning of each month, CFI posts a comprehensive list of Chinese film screenings in NYC. Here is what to see in April. Read More

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

 /  News  / 
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

Film Review: Legend of the Mountain

 /  Reviews  / 
Scholar encounters the supernatural while copying sacred texts. Newly restored version of an influential King Hu adventure. Read More

How Cinematic Heroes Reflect a New, Assertive China

 /  Chinasplaining  / 
Both consciously and unconsciously, popular art, film, and literature have started to express this return to great-nation status and depict China as an ultramodern entity. Read More

China’s Ethnic Minority Language Film

 /  Chinasplaining  / 
Ethnic voices and soundscapes summons Chinese society into a position of listening and figuring out their meaning. Such voices may not be easily comprehended by the Han majority, but they cannot be ignored. Read More