Headlines from China: Lou Ye’s New Film Starring Gong Li Enters Venice Film Festival

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Saturday Fiction, a Chinese drama movie directed by Lou Ye and starring Gong Li, has been selected into the main competition section of the 76th Venice Film Festival. Read More

April Screenings of Chinese-language Films in NYC and LA

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This month: Bi Gan's arthouse hit 'Long Day's Journey into Night,' Stephon Marbury documentary at Tribeca, and the first Lou Ye restropective in North America. Read More

Headlines from China: China Box Office Saw Significant Drop in March 

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This past March, China box office totaled RMB 4.14 billion, which is RMB 977 million less compared to the same month of 2018. Read More

Headlines from China: Lou Ye’s ‘The Shadow Play’ to Release on Schedule Despite Cancellation Rumor

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Recently, rumors were circulated on the internet that the upcoming theatrical release of Lou Ye’s film The Shadow Play had been cancelled.  Read More

Headlines from China: Lou Ye Talks about Chinese Censorship at Berlinale

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Lou's latest film 'The Shadow Play' is about China's economic reform and the ups and downs people went through during this time period. Read More

Headlines from China: ‘Deadpool 2’ Projected to Make No More than $45 M in China

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WeChat media account "yiqipaidianying" projects that the total China box office of the film will not exceed 300 million yuan ($45 million). Read More

Headlines From China: This Company Wins Big This Chinese New Year Film Season

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Being the co-producer of all three of the highest-grossing films, Detective Chinatown 2, Monster Hunt 2 and Operation Red Sea,HG Entertainment, a subsidiary of Hengdian Group, has certainly profited from the box office success. Read More

Headlines from China: What Disney’s Chinese Partner Has to Say about ‘The Dreaming Man’

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Disney's first Chinese-language rom-com 'The Dreaming Man' has bombed at box office in China despite its powerful producers and A-list cast. Read More

At Cannes, Jia Zhangke Calls for Relaxation of Chinese Film Law

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China's leading auteur director Jia Zhangke has called on his fellow filmmakers to continue to push for changes to the country’s new film law to ensure independent films make it onto the international stage. Read More

Chinese Cinema Absent from Cannes 2017 Selections

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In past years, Cannes has featured Chinese-language cinema by King Hu, Chen Kaige, Zhang Yimou, Hou Hsiao-Hsien, Wong Kar-Wai, Lou Ye, Ang Lee, Johnnie To, and Jia Zhangke, but this year, while Japan and South Korea are well-represented, the only Chinese element seems to be the corpse of a teenager washed ashore on Bondi Beach in a special presentation of Jane Campion’s television series, 'Top of the Lake: China Girl.' Read More