Contemporary Chinese Cinema: The Year So Far

 /  Opinion  / 
This is an unsteady time, as likely to be exhilarating as confounding, as Chinese cinema attempts to both assert itself as what we are repeatedly told will soon be the world’s largest film market while integrating the stars and traditions of the Hong Kong and Taiwanese pop culture industries. Read More

Nostalgic December: In the Mood for Wong Kar-wai’s Melodrama and Feng Xiaogang’s ‘Youth’?

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

Headlines from China: China’s 2017 Box Office Has Exceeded 50 Billion Yuan 

 /  China Film Insiders  / 
As of November 20, this year's China box office has exceeded 50 billion yuan ($7.54 billion), 19 percent up compared to the same period last year. Read More

Headlines from China: Japan to Remake Hit Taiwanese Movie ‘You are the Apple of My Eye’

 /  Headlines From China  / 
Japan will remake hit Taiwanese movie 'You are the Apple of My Eye' (2011), which was directed by Taiwanese author Giddens Ko based on his semi-autobiographical novel of the same name. Read More

Feng Xiaogang Wins Best Director for ‘Bovary’ at Golden Horse Awards

 /  News  / 
Big stars and blockbusters were not welcome at the 2016 Golden Horse Awards. Read More

Hong Kong Film Awards Won’t Be Aired in Mainland China

 /  News  / 
Broadcasts were canceled following the nomination of dystopian Hong Kong film Ten Years was nominated in the best picture category. Read More