The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA), Hollywood's powerful global lobby group, is auditing China’s box office figures for the first time reports Bloomberg, citing a person familiar with the matter. Read More
An American govenrment delegation will travel to Beijing in August to try to convince officials in China to allow more foreign films -- especially Hollywood films -- to be imported under revenue-sharing terms. Read More
This chart highlights the highest-grossing imported film per year from The Fugitive in 1994 to Zootopia in 2016, showing not only the scale of China’s growth as a market, but something of the tastes of Chinese moviegoers. Read More
Looks like Wang Baoqiang and Jackie Chan are China’s new cinematic ambassadors to India. The box office performance of two Chinese films set in India has led to China’s film regulators granting the world’s second most populous nation two more titles in the annual 34-movie import quota in the world’s second-largest cinema market. With Wang Read More
The relationship between China and Hollywood received more attention in 2016 than ever before, for both bad and good reasons. China's box office experienced its first slowdown in years, at a time when interest in the market has never been greater. Read More
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's administration will face its first challenge that will directly impact the China-Hollywood relationship when China's current film importation quota of 34 per year is likely to be renegotiated in February, 2017. Read More
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