Headlines from China: Wong Kar-wai’s Jet Tone Films to Handle International Sales of ‘Ennio: The Maestro’

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Ennio: The Maestro, an upcoming documentary film about musician Ennio Morricone directed by Italian filmmaker Giuseppe Tornatore, is now in post-production for a 2020 release. Read More

May Screenings of Chinese-language Films in NYC and LA

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Highlights of May: Zhang Yimou's 'Shadow,' Chang Chen's 'Savage' and film series 'Chinese Youth in the 80s.' Read More

CFI Interview: Bi Gan and Huang Jue Take Us Behind The Scenes of ‘Long Day’s Journey Into Night’

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Huang Jue: I’m an activist from Brooklyn, he (Bi Gan)’s a surfer from California. Read More

April Screenings of Chinese-language Films in NYC and LA

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This month: Bi Gan's arthouse hit 'Long Day's Journey into Night,' Stephon Marbury documentary at Tribeca, and the first Lou Ye restropective in North America. Read More

Headlines from China: Stock of ‘Long Day’s Journey’ Investor Plunges RMB 1.6 Billion 

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The film had a wildly successful opening thanks to a smart marketing campaign, or false advertising as many people would now describe it. Read More

Headlines from China: Bi Gan’s New Film Has Become a Marketing Miracle 

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The film's pre-sale performance is beyond the wildest dreams of its creators. Read More

Headlines from China: Presale of Bi Gan’s Arthouse Film Boosted by Douyin

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Bi Gan's arthouse film Long Day's Journey into Night, which is set to release in Chinese theaters on December 31, has made a whopping 28.8 million yuan ($4.19 million) in presale. Read More

Headlines from China: ‘Johnny English Strikes Again’ Scores November 23 China Release

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2018 action comedy film Johnny English Strikes Again, directed by David Kerr and stars Rowan Atkinson, has scored a November 23 China release. Read More

New York Film Festival Features A Strong Lineup from Asia

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With one of the strongest lineups in years, this edition of the New York Film Festival featured over a dozen titles, new and old, from Asia. Several will be receiving theatrical releases in the coming months, but the opportunity to view them together gave a better idea of some of the range and depth of the fastest-growing movie market in the world. Read More

Your Ultimate Guide to Chinese Film Screenings for October in NYC

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From new releases by Chinese auteurs Jia Zhangke and Bi Gan to classic Chinese-language movies by the likes of Chen Kaige, Ann Hui and Ang Lee, this October is a great month for fans of Chinese arthouse cinema. Read More