CFI Interview: Bi Gan and Huang Jue Take Us Behind The Scenes of ‘Long Day’s Journey Into Night’
Huang Jue: I’m an activist from Brooklyn, he (Bi Gan)’s a surfer from California. Read More
The Pingyao International Film Festival: Dawn of New Era for Chinese Independent Cinema?
PYIFF is the first privately run Chinese film festival approved by the authorities. The festival is organized “by a company that operates in a marketed-based manner, which is a relatively new model. Read More
New York is Jam-packed with Great Chinese Films This Month, Here’s What to See
Call yourselves lucky, New Yorkers. So much to see this month: “New Noir: Chinese Crime Films;” Jackie Chan’s 1995 revival; Christopher Doyle’s homage to Hong Kong; Feng Xiaogang’s ‘Youth;’Wang Nanfu’s ‘I am Another You;’ and more…. Read More
Socially Conscious Cinema: Fifth China Women’s Film Festival Comes to Beijing in September
Hollywood hasn't exactly caught up with the depictions of women's lives. Thankfully, there are plenty of talented filmmakers endeavoring to slowly but surely reverse that trend as of late, and you can see some of their best work at the fifth annual China Women's Film Festival. Read More
Chinese Film ‘End of Summer’ Makes It To Busan International Film Festival
Zhou Quan’s family drama is one of four from the Greater China region that has made the list, joining ‘Somewhere Beyond The Mist’ from Hong Kong, ‘The Last Verse’ and ‘One Night on the Wharf’ from Taiwan. Read More
Headlines from China: Would You Pay to Smell a Movie?
Creating scents to accompany movies is what the Hangzhou-based VR and digital media company Scent Realm did for recent releases, such as ‘Wonder Woman’, ‘Once Upon A Time’, and ‘Midnight Diner 2’. Read More
Why This Tibetan Director Refuses to Romanticize His Homeland
Celebrated filmmaker Pema Tseden talks about why he refuses to romanticize his homeland in his pioneering Tibetan-language movies. Read More