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March-11-2019
China issues key protection list of copyrighted films
China's National Copyright Administration (NCA) has released the second key protection list of copyrighted films for 2019, requiring online service operators to provide better protection.
March-11-2019
Latest Marvel film hit Chinese screens
"Captain Marvel," the latest film by Marvel Comics, hit Chinese screens Friday.
March-9-2019
Sharm el-Sheikh Asian Film Festival closes in Egypt
The Sharm el-Sheikh Asian Film Festival (SAFF) closed on Friday with a feature movie from Afghanistan, Rona Azim's Mother, winning the best prize.
March-7-2019
Oscar-winner Domee Shi says 'Bao' has universal appeal
​Chinese-born Canadian director Domee Shi says the Chinese elements of her Oscar-winning short film "Bao" have universal appeal.
March-7-2019
'Green Book': Does it deserve the controversy?
It seems Oscar's controversial Best Picture winner "Green Book" was warmly embraced in China.
March-7-2019
Filmmakers encouraged to go for realism
Chinese filmmakers and TV producers said they were encouraged by President Xi Jinping's speech on Monday calling for more realistic themes during a discussion with political advisers from culture, art and social science circles.
March-6-2019
Film 'Alita' leads Chinese box office
"Alita: Battle Angel" dominated the Chinese mainland box office in the week ending March 3, according to China Film News.
March-6-2019
'Green Book' grosses more than 150 mln yuan at Chinese box office
"Green Book," a comedy-drama film that has just won three Oscars, raked in 151.8 million yuan (about 22.65 million U.S. dollars) at the Chinese mainland box office in just five days.
March-4-2019
Chinese films reaching more Australian audiences
Despite language barrier, Chinese films are reaching more Australian audiences with contemporary issues resonating with many people.
March-4-2019
'How to Train Your Dragon 3' scores over 193 mln yuan at Chinese box office
Universal and DreamWorks' "How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World" has pocketed more than 193 million yuan (about 28.8 million U.S. dollars) at the Chinese mainland box office since hitting Chinese screens Friday.
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