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Female director tackles sex in new production
A newbie female director talks to about women, men and sex as her new film "Send Me to the Clouds" finds itself in a taboo area.
Creators of Story of Yanxi Palace back with a new series
Creators of 'The Story of Yanxi Palace' are back with a new drama, Arsenal Military Academy.
'The Wandering Earth' among China's 'Best Works Award' winners
Chinese sci-fi blockbuster "The Wandering Earth" is among the winners of the 15th "Best Works Awards," according to the winners' list unveiled Monday.
New 'Detective Conan' film set for Sept. China screening
​"Detective Conan: The Fist of Blue Sapphire," the 23rd installment in the Japanese animated film franchise "Detective Conan," is set to hit Chinese mainland theaters on Sept. 13, the movie's official Weibo account announced Monday.
'Good Boys' tops North American box office in opening weekend
​Universal's comedy film "Good Boys" sprinted to the top of North American box office in its opening weekend, unseating "Fast and Furious Presents: Hobbs and Shaw" with 21 million U.S. dollars.
'Ne Zha' continues dominating Chinese mainland box office
​Chinese animated film "Ne Zha" continued leading Chinese mainland box office Saturday, grossing a total of 4 billion yuan (about 568.99 million U.S. dollars) in the 23 days since its debut, the China Movie Data Information Network said Sunday.
Yao Chen opens new doors for mature actors and actresses
Yao Chen founded her own studio and investing in films, describing the move as a "detour" to create and cast characters.
Bruce Lee's daughter tells Tarantino to 'shut up'
Bruce Lee's daughter, Shannon Lee, and world-renowned director Quentin Tarantino have exchanged fire again regarding the on-screen depiction of the Chinese kung fu icon.
'Shanghai Fortress' collapses at box office
It was anticipated to be the top sci-fi film this summer, but Shanghai Fortress has flopped, triggering online debate about the future of Chinese sci-fi films.
Classic Chinese films to be screened in Beijing cinemas
Seven classic Chinese films will be screened in 18 cinemas in Beijing from Aug. 16 to 31, reminding the audience of the shining moments in China's history of cinematic arts.
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