Far East Film Festival: Producer Max Wang Opens A Door to Chinese Co-productions

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Max Wang, a film producer from mainland China, has been a pioneer in this field since the early 2000s. He was invited to this year’s 21st edition of Far East Film Festival, where he spoke about the evolution of co-production with Asia and provided insights into his older and newer projects. Read More

Far East Film Festival: Strengthening The Ties Between Asia and Europe

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For 21 editions now the Far East Film Festival – tucked away in the city of Udine in far northern Italy – has been providing a link between commercial Asian cinema and the West. Read More

Headlines from China: China Film Bureau to Loosen Restrictions on HK-mainland Co-productions

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On April 16, China Film Bureau announced five favorable policies to further open up the mainland film industry to Hong Kong filmmakers and producers. Read More

Alibaba Sees Future in Hollywood Sci-Fi Co-Production

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Alibaba’s film unit and U.S. production house STX Entertainment will co-produce the upcoming science-fiction film “Steel Soldiers,” extending a growing series of one-off tie-ups between China and Hollywood, even as the attraction of bigger alliances fades. Read More

Beijing Film Insiders Balk as China’s Film Market Moves Towards Becoming World’s Largest

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Though China's box office is indeed booming, some Beijing film insiders harbor doubts about China becoming the biggest movie market on the planet. Read More

Film Review: ‘The Foreigner’

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A brisk, clever vigilante adventure, The Foreigner is an above-average Jackie Chan movie that skirts around some awkward politics. With a strong cast and steady direction, it gives Chan the chance to show a persuasive dramatic side. Read More

Headlines from China: The Different Fates of This Year’s Two British-Chinese Co-productions 

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While 'The Foreigner' is one of the top performers in box office during China's National Day holiday, 'S.M.A.R.T. Chase' has only made 14 million yuan since its release on September 30. Read More

New Titanic Film to Set Sail in 2017, ‘Rush Hour’s Sarkissian to Co-Produce

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A new take on the story of RMS Titanic will set sale in early 2017, with a Chinese-American production tackling the legend that stood at the top of Chinese box office records for more than a decade. Read More