Headlines From China: China’s Bona Film Group Valued At $1.5B In Shenzhen Trading Debut

China’s Bona Film Group Valued At $1.5B In Shenzhen Trading Debut

China’s Bona Film Group, producer of such hits as The Battle At Lake Changjin, made its debut on the Shenzhen stock exchange on Thursday, with shares closing the day at RMB 7.24 ($1.07).  Bona returned to the China exchange after exiting the Nasdaq and going private in 2016. It had previously become the first Chinese film studio to trade on the Nasdaq beginning in 2010. Read more Deadline

How the Pandemic Turned into the Foundation for Propelling the Film & Television Industry to a New Era

The China Film Director Center came into being with the era’s new and huge developments in China’s film and television industry. It is the first film and television industry chain complex created in China after the end of the studio era. Xin Zheng, the General Manager of the China Film Director Center stated that during the most serious period of the pandemic in 2020, China Film Director Center still ensured that the post-production of the film Eight Hundred would proceed while taking measures to prevent infection in the crew, guaranteeing the film’s successful release. Read more PR Newswire