November Screenings of Chinese-Language Films in New York & Los Angeles

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November highlights include: New York screenings of films by acclaimed filmmaker Wang Bing, a documentary on the first and only Taiwanese player for the New York Yankees, 2nd Los Angeles Chinese Film Festival and the China Onscreen Biennial in LA. Read More

Your Ultimate Guide to Chinese Film Screenings for October in NYC

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From new releases by Chinese auteurs Jia Zhangke and Bi Gan to classic Chinese-language movies by the likes of Chen Kaige, Ann Hui and Ang Lee, this October is a great month for fans of Chinese arthouse cinema. Read More

Telling Ambiguous, Ambitious Gay Stories in China

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For one young Beijing filmmaker, enjoying the freedom of campus life means making as many queer films as he can. Read More

The Black Comedy About Cancer That Could Change China

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‘Dying to Survive’ reflects on the real struggles of Chinese patients in accessing affordable medication. The film has already found critical acclaim through preview screenings. Read More

Headlines from China: Will This Smart Cinema App Give China Box Office A Big Push?

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Today, a new app called Smart Cinema is released in China. Using 2K technologies, the app allows users to purchase tickets to watch films that are currently in theater on their phone. The ticket sales will be counted as theatrical box office. Read More

Meet The Buyers [Audio]

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On March 28, 2018, China Film Insider and China Hollywood Society co-presented a web panel discussing with three top production companies currently working in the Chinese market. Read More

The 10 Best Chinese Language Movies of 2017 (China, Hong Kong, Taiwan)

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2017 has been a very interesting year for the Chinese-speaking world. The collaborations between China and Hong Kong have resulted in a number of blockbusters, Chinese filmmakers continue to produce unique films, Hong Kong is trying to reinstate its former status, while Taiwan keeps producing masterpieces of all genres. Read More

Why ‘Operation Red Sea’ Isn’t Like Other Chinese War Movies

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The film turns away from grand, black-and-white depictions of conflict to capture its cruelty and complexity. Read More

Film Review: The Great Buddha+

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The so-called poetry of poverty gets a particularly rare and beautiful workout in writer-director Huang Hsin-yao’s affecting, very funny “The Great Buddha+.” Read More

Film, Finance And China [Audio]

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On January 25, 2018, China Film Insider and China Hollywood Society co-presented a web panel on film co-financing with China. Read More