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Documentary short film shows China's development via television
A short documentary highlighting China's achievements in television since the 18th Communist Party of China National Congress in 2012 will be aired starting from Wednesday.
Big-budget films gear up for China's vacation market
With China's National Day holiday week beginning on Oct 1, the battle of potential blockbusters for the lucrative vacation market is about to begin.
Actor Mark Chao presents a poetic gift to his fans
Mark Chao has been one of the most high-profile actors on the small screen in 2017. In the spring, he played a leading character in popular costume drama Once Upon a Time, which won him both praise and fans.
Movie to mark 70th anniversary of Inner Mongolia autonomous region
"The Portrait of My Mother," a movie starring ethnic Mongolian actress Ailiya, will open across the country on Oct 4.
Disney opens doors for Chinese animation filmmakers
As the first U.S.-China social and people-to-people dialogue kicks off on Thursday in Washington D.C., Walt Disney Studios did its own bit by hosting a cross-cultural dialogue of its own.
'Daybreak' shortlisted as Albania's official movie for Oscar nomination
"Daybreak" by Albanian director Gentian Koci is Albania's official candidate for the Oscars' best foreign-language film award.
1st Chinese-invested TV channel launches in Cambodia
NICE TV channel, a joint venture between NICE Culture Investment Group from China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region and Cambodia's Interior Ministry, launched in Cambodia on Wednesday.
Citic and Beijing Film Academy sign deal
The Citic Guoan Group and the Beijing Film Academy have signed an agreement on Sept 19 to jointly develop video productions and talent at a time when China's film industry is expanding.
Chinese animated film offers holiday treat for children
The Chinese animated film "Axel 2: Adventures of the Spacekids" will be screened abroad.
'War for the Planet of the Apes' continues to lead Chinese box office
"War for the Planet of the Apes" continued to dominate the Chinese film market in the week ending Sept. 24, earning 252 million yuan (38.1 million U.S. dollars), China Film News reported Tuesday.
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