The COVID-19 pandemic has forced a global rethink in terms of the way events are being organised and presented, with the film festival circuit providing a case study of how a “new normal” might just be evolving. Read More
BAFTA Breakthrough China is the first international version of BAFTA Breakthrough Brits. The establishment of the Chinese program was made possible by the support of Wendy Yu, an investor, entrepreneur and philanthropist. CFI caught up with Yu to discuss her turn to the entertainment business and goals for the future. Read More
CEO of Chinese entertainment group New Classics Media and producer of the Chinese remake of ‘Perfect Strangers’ Li Ning talks about new trends in co-production, key elements of adapting international stories, and the future prospects for Sino-European collaborations. Read More
Filmmaker Zhou Mingying discusses his surreal encounter with an authoritarian restaurateur while making his documentary ‘The Land of Peach Blossoms.’ The film premiered at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA) last year. Read More
CFI recently sat down with US-Asia Institute Trustee and seasoned entertainment attorney Tom Ara and gained valuable insights on the role he plays in industry transactions between the U.S. and China Read More
Through intimate interviews with his parents, sister, and extended family, the viewers learn how Wu’s coming out affected his family, and of their traditional expectations for their only son. Read More
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