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S. Africa to host virtual film festival for African filmmakers
​Filmmakers from different African countries will take part in the virtual film festival on Sept 4-13 to share experiences and ideas, announced organizers Durban FilmMart (DFM).
Sarajevo Film Festival to go online due to COVID-19
​The organizer of the Sarajevo Film Festival (SFF) said on Wednesday that this year's festival will be held online due to the "alarming epidemiological situation" and high COVID-19 infections in the Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) capital.
Online voting opens for China's Hundred Flowers film awards
​Online voting has opened for Chinese audiences to nominate candidates for the 35th Hundred Flowers Awards, a top film award handed out once every two years based on public voting results.
Beijing offers cinemas subsidies to mitigate COVID-19 impact
Beijing has offered a total of 20 million yuan (about 2.9 million U.S. dollars) to the cinemas in the city to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on their business, local authorities said Wednesday.
How filmmakers document COVID-19 frontline in Wuhan
A group of Chinese and foreign filmmakers shared their stories and what they had witnessed and felt during time on the frontline when China was first fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. This took place at a forum held during the 23rd Shanghai International Film Festival.
Creators of Pixar's 'Soul' share their vision
Creators of "Soul" shared their creative ideas and process of making this visionary story at a forum titled "Creative Storytelling and Expression of Emotion in Animation Filmmaking" at the 23rd Shanghai International Film Festival.
Thousand-year-old tomb discovered in China's Jilin
An ancient tomb dating back to the Liao Dynasty (907-1125) and Jin Dynasty (1115-1234) was discovered in a village in northeast China's Jilin Province.
Shanghai holds world's first film festival since coronavirus
The 23rd Shanghai International Film Festival (SIFF) is an important milestone in the return to normal urban life, and a strong signal that the Chinese film industry is ready to kick back into action.
Chinese artist offers special art show in Japan
​What does it feel like to insert evergreen pine branches into the bronzes of ancient China's Western Zhou Dynasty (1046-771 BC)? Recently, a special art show is taking place at Wang Chuanfeng Museum in Ginza district in downtown Tokyo.
Israel discovers 100,000-year-old flint knapping site
​Israeli archaeologists uncovered a flint knapping site, which dates back to about 100,000 years ago, the Israel Antiquities Authority said on Tuesday.
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