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Egypt announces discovery of 3,500-year-old tomb in Luxor
The Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities announced on Thursday the discovery of a large 3,500-year-old tomb on the Nile River's west bank near the Valley of Kings in Upper Egypt's monumental province of Luxor.
First documentary film on Belt and Road to be released
The world's first documentary film about the Belt and Road Initiative will show the vision of oriental wisdom to the global audience, said its producers in Beijing on Tuesday.
Forums seek to fuse audiovisual culture with tech
Two international forums on audiovisual exchanges and cultural heritage protection were held in Beijing on April 15 during the 9th Beijing International Film Festival.
Disney pledges US$5m for rebuilding of Notre-Dame Cathedral
The Walt Disney Company announced Wednesday that it will donate 5 million U.S. dollars to help rebuild the fire-ravaged Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris.
Tibetan director's latest movie set in Hoh Xil nature reserve
Tibetan director Pema Tseden's latest movie is a tale of redemption set against the stunning backdrop of the Hoh Xil nature reserve.
Introverted Chinese find solace in 'Finnish Nightmares'
In a comic book called Finnish Nightmares, Finnish graphic designer Karoliina Korhonen shows the inner struggles of a typical Finn.
'The Visit' back on Beijing stage
"The Visit" will return to the stage at the National Center for the Performing Arts from April 18 to 21.
France's Alain Delon to be awarded Honorary Palme d'or at 72nd Cannes Festival
For its 72nd session, Cannes Film Festival will award French veteran actror Alain Delon with an Honorary Palme d'or "to pay tribute to his wonderful presence in the history of film," organizers said on Wednesday.
Films serve as bridge in China-US relations
​Cultural exchanges and collaborations, especially movies, could provide a bridge for building trusts and creating opportunities between the United States and China, experts have said recently at a film festival in the U.S. city of Houston.
China's online films could grow bigger than conventional box office
The Chinese internet film industry is booming and could possibly grow bigger than the conventional box office model, industry veteran executives said at a forum on Wednesday in Beijing.
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