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'August Never Ends' leads China's box office
Romance film "August Never Ends" topped the Chinese mainland box office chart on Friday, its first screening day, with the daily earnings reaching 17.74 million yuan (around US$2.7 million).
Documentary series showcases beauty of Chinese culture
A seminar was held in Beijing on Thursday to examine the success of five documentary series produced by Zhejiang Radio & TV Group promoting the beauty of Chinese culture.
'The Lord of the Rings' to be most expensive TV series ever made: US media
"The Lord of the Rings" TV series will cost about US$465 million for just the first season, making it the most expensive TV series ever made.
The Lord of the Rings trilogy suddenly revisits China
It was suddenly announced on Wednesday that the much-anticipated The Lord of the Rings film trilogy would be re-released from Friday, igniting the passion of Chinese moviegoers as cinemas sought to rearrange their weekend exhibition plans.
'Sister' stays atop China's box office
Heartwarming film "Sister" kept its top place on the Chinese mainland box office chart on Thursday with a daily grossing of nearly 12 million yuan (around 1.84 million U.S. dollars), data from the China Movie Data Information Network showed Friday.
New TV show spotlights key part of CPC's history
To celebrate the centennial anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China, a new TV series on the undercover communication line during revolutionary era in the 1930s will hit screen on April 19.
Company fined for infringing Universal Pictures' copyright
​A Beijing-based media company was fined 250,000 yuan (about 38,325 U.S. dollars) for infringing the copyright of U.S. company Universal Pictures, according to law enforcement in Beijing on Thursday.
'Farewell, My Lad' puts off release
​"Farewell, My Lad," a youth romance film featuring the same director-actress duo of the Chinese hit drama "Sister," has delayed its release in China, which was originally set for Friday this week.
Smart Cinema promotes Chinese films across the world
The mobile cinema app Smart Cinema will screen more than 10 films being featured at the 5th Canada China International Film Festival, bringing Chinese films to more overseas audiences and further promoting bilateral cultural exchanges.
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