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Large-scale actors' strike shuts down Hollywood
​Hollywood's largest union representing about 160,000 actors and workers in television and film announced a strike on Thursday, leading to the first industry-wide shutdown of the U.S. entertainment industry in more than six decades.
Cultural heritage show produces the goods
A popular series "Hi Producer" has boosted tourism and the sale of cultural products in Suzhou, in East China's Jiangsu province.
Cross-Strait film festival opens in Taipei
​The 14th Cross-Strait Film Festival opened in Taipei Thursday, at which eight mainland films will be screened till Monday.
Mahua FunAge celebrates 20 years
China's most popular comedy brand, Mahua FunAge, celebrated its 20th anniversary on July 8, and its film division is soon set to release the long-awaited fantasy comedy film "Wonder Family."
'Succession' leads 75th Emmy Awards nomination
HBO's black comedy-drama television "Succession" led nominees for the 75th Emmy Awards, considered the top honors in U.S. television, with 27 nods, the Television Academy announced on Wednesday.
Chinese drama promises international success
The Longest Promise, currently one of the most popular dramas on domestic internet platforms, has successfully expanded its reach to international markets.
James Cameron exhibition in Vancouver
An immersive exhibition shows the filmmaker's achievements in deep-sea exploration and filmmaking.
'Insidious: The Red Door' tops North American box office on opening weekend
​Sony Pictures' horror film "Insidious: The Red Door" took the top spot at the North American box office with an estimated three-day cume of 32.65 million U.S. dollars on its opening weekend, data from the measurement firm Comscore showed on Sunday.
Costume drama destined for success
Costume drama Destined is airing on streaming site iQiyi and CCTV-8, making a big splash online and striking a chord with many viewers.
China releases world's longest animated epic
A recently released Chinese animated epic about the most iconic poets from the Tang dynasty (618-907) has become the world's longest theatrical animated release, combining profound Chinese traditional culture and 48 ancient poems.
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