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Film exploring family ties premieres ahead of Father's Day
"An Oasis," a captivating film delving into the intricate dynamics of family relationships, is poised to make its nationwide debut in theaters on Saturday, just in time for Father's Day celebrations.
Botswana's locally produced films to feature in EU film festival
The European Union Delegation to Botswana and Southern African Development Community (SADC), in collaboration with Alliance Francaise, will host the sixth edition of the European Union Film Festival from June 12 to 15 in Gaborone, the capital of Botswana.
First Chinese Film Week in Iraq's Kurdistan region kicks off
The first Chinese Film Week in Iraq's semi-autonomous Kurdistan region kicked off Tuesday in Sulaymaniyah city, with nearly 100 representatives attending the opening ceremony.
Duanwu Festival box office dips, industry pins hopes on summer
Hopes are pinned on upcoming releases to bolster the Chinese mainland summer box office after the Duanwu Festival holiday.
Award-winning Chinese film 'Gold or Shit' hits theaters during Dragon Boat Festival
The Chinese comedy-drama film "Gold or Shit," which received three awards at the 14th Beijing International Film Festival in April, was released nationwide during China's traditional Dragon Boat Festival holiday.
Japanese director's Yangtze film hailed for boosting China-Japan ties
Japanese director Ryo Takeuchi's documentary film about China's Yangtze River and the people living along its banks was praised for promoting Sino-Japanese cultural exchanges during a special screening in Beijing.
China's box office revenue on Dragon Boat Festival holiday 1st day exceeds 124 mln yuan
China's box office revenue on Saturday, the first day of the Dragon Boat Festival holiday, surpassed 124 million yuan (about 17.44 million U.S. dollars), data from the China Movie Data Information Network showed.
Crime thriller surges to second-highest in holiday presale box office
Amid the fierce competition for Dragon Boat Festival viewership, the crime thriller Walk the Line has rapidly ascended to claim the second spot in the holiday's nationwide presale box-office rankings, captivating audiences with its gripping narrative and stellar performances.
Documentary showcases Great Wall's majesty
​​During a seminar in Beijing on June 6, it was revealed that "Changcheng Chang," the first panoramic documentary highlighting the iconic Great Wall, has emerged as a focal point in Beijing's video history, spotlighting this enduring symbol of China.
Mad Max Saga roars into Chinese theaters
After a 45-year hiatus since the iconic Australian dystopian action film Mad Max first graced screens in 1979, the highly anticipated fifth installment, Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga, is set to premiere in domestic theaters on Friday, heralding the franchise's inaugural wide release across Chinese mainland.
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