The narrative around China’s visual entertainment industries tends to focus on quantity. The quality of Chinese content is rarely talked about with the same enthusiasm, not least in terms of graphics, effects, and animation. Read More
Ticket buyers in the world’s second-largest filmgoing nation were more than a bit peeved they had to cough up extra loot for premium-priced tickets for screenings of "Jason Bourne," complaining about poor 3D conversion and a lack of 2D options. Read More
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