Headlines from China: Beijing International Film Festival Announces Partial Lineup

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The 8th Beijing International Film Festival just announced the first batch of films to be screened this year at the festival. Award season favorites, such as Get Out, Call Me By Your Name, and The Disaster Artist, appeared on the list. Read More

Headlines From China: What’s Special About The Chinese New Year Gala?

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Staged live on every Chinese New Year's Eve, the Chinese New Year Gala’s long-lived success can be attributed to the fact that it has become a ritual and tradition for many to watch the show on Chinese New Year's eve. Read More

How to Celebrate Chinese New Year? See These Chinese Films in February in NYC

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This month, the four highly anticipated Chinese new year films in the middle kingdom will also be released in North America. Check them out if they are available at a theater near you! Read More

Watch These 5 Films if You Miss Hong Kong’s Signature Neon Signs

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What is Hong Kong without the fantastic Symphony of Lights, and street signs synonymous with nightlife in Asia’s City of Lights? Just look at these five diverse films – the neon signage plays a supporting role that adds an edge to their storylines. Read More

From ‘Mulan’ Liu Yifei’s New Film to Metrograph’s Martial/Art Series, Here is What to See in NYC in Jan.

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Lots to see in the first month of 2018! "Mulan" Liu Yifei's new film "Hanson and the Beast," critically acclaimed controversial animation "Have a Nice Day," Michelangelo Antonioni’s Chung Kuo—China, Metrograph's Martial/Art series, and more. Read More

The Top 10 Chinese Actresses You Need to Know

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We handpicked 10 Chinese actresses whom we think every filmmaker, and anyone who is interested in the Chinese film industry should know. Read More

Meet Jackie Chan’s Body Double

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Soldier-turned-actor Liu Peng, who has worked as a body double for martial arts superstar Jackie Chan since 2014, talks about how he caught his first big break. Read More

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

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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: Is TVB Becoming “Foxconn” for China’s Streaming Sites?

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For audiences in mainland China, TVB shows are a part of their childhood and youthhood memories. However, over the past a few years, we can barely think of a TVB show that is truly memorable. Read More

Film Review: Hong Kong Trilogy

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Loosely structured look at kids, activists and senior citizens in Hong Kong from famed cinematographer Christopher Doyle. Read More