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Series based on HK police unit evokes wave of nostalgia
Police Tactical Unit has aroused nostalgia among fans since it began its run on the streaming site Youku on May 6.
'Lucky Grandma,' a love letter by Asian filmmakers to Chinatown
Led by two female Asian-American filmmakers, the movie "Lucky Grandma" has sent a special "love letter" to the U.S. Chinatown, featuring a Chinese immigrant elderly woman and her adventurous experience.
More chances for animation-related sectors
Industry insiders join outlandishly-dressed fans in attending this year's colorful China International Cartoon & Animation Festival.
Chinese blockbuster sci-fi film grosses 4.6 bln yuan in 90 days
"The Wandering Earth," an adaption of Cixin Liu's story of humans struggling to move Earth to a new home, grossed more than 4.6 billion yuan (690 million U.S. dollars) in the Chinese mainland box office in the 90 days since its Feb. 5 debut, figures showed.
Chinese sci-fi blockbuster pulls out of theaters
"The Wandering Earth" pulled out of theaters on the Chinese mainland after grossing more than 4.6 billion yuan in the 90 days.
New online series features crackdown on drugs
The Thunder, based on a massive crackdown of illegal drugs in a coastal village in Guangdong province in 2013, will run on the streaming giant iQiyi.
Beijing int'l film fest has room for improvement
At the close of the 9th Beijing International Film Festival, it's time to think about the event's vision for the future.
Chinese filmmakers triumph at Italy's Far East Film Festival
A low-key comedy by Hong Kong director Oliver Chan titled Still Human took home the two top prizes -- the audience award and the Black Dragon critics' award -- at the 21st Far East Film Festival (FEFF), which closed in the northeastern Italian city of Udine this weekend.
Athens hosts Chinese film festival
Athens hosts a Chinese film festival this week as part of efforts to further strengthen Sino-Greek cultural ties.
China's documentary industry grows twelvefold over past decade
The scale of China's documentary industry has grown twelvefold over the last 10 years, according to a report by the China Press Publication Radio Film and Television Journal.
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