Headlines from China: Top 50 Most-watched Chinese Films from 2011 to 2019

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Because price of a movie ticket varies, a film’s box office earnings can’t precisely reflect how many times the film has been viewed in theater. Read More

Headlines from China: These Chinese Directors Can Act

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It's not surprising to see an actor starts directing after his acting career takes off. It might surprise you though if we tell you this is also the case for renowned Chinese director Zhang Yimou. Read More

February Screenings of Chinese-Language Films in NYC and Los Angeles

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February Highlights: the first big-budget Chinese sci-fi movie "The Wandering Earth," Jackie Chan's classics "Police Story" & "Police Story 2," sneak preview of Jia Zhangke's "Ash Is Purest White," and more. Read More

Headlines from China: A Look at 2019 Chinese New Year Slate

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Up to now, 14 films have scored Chinese New Year releases, including Alan Mak's 'Integrity,' Han Han’s 'Fei Chi Ren Sheng' (飞驰人生), Ning Hao’s 'Crazy Aliens,' Sci-Fi film 'The Wandering Earth,' and more. Read More

Indie Flick “A Cool Fish” Crushes Box Office Expectations

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'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

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