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'Roma' and 'The Favourite' lead 2019 Oscars race
"Roma" and "The Favourite" are leading the race for the 91st Academy Awards, with 10 nominations each, the U.S. Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced on Tuesday.
Report on hit films and TV shows of 2018 released
Beijing Normal University's School of Journalism and Communication released a report on the top Chinese films and TV shows of 2018 on Jan. 19.
TV, film sectors targeted in tax crackdown
China's tax authority chased down 11.75 billion yuan ($1.73 billion) in unpaid taxes last year from film and TV industry professionals after a campaign investigating tax evasion revealed widespread abuses, said the State Administration of Taxation on Tuesday.
'Deadpool' Reynolds bitching in China despite of injury
"Deadpool" actor Ryan Reynolds suddenly landed in Beijing on Sunday to promote the PG-13 edited version of "Deadpool 2," after canceling planned surgery in New York.
Huo Siyan lends her voice in A Dog's Way Home
In recent years a number of Chinese stars have lent their voices to dub Mandarin versions for Hollywood films, and actress Huo Siyan is the latest celebrity to do this.
'Escape Room' hits local theaters
A new horror film will perhaps dampen urban youngsters' enthusiasm for the claustrophobic pastime.
Cultural TV programs have greater appeal to young audience
A newspaper survey has showed that while more than 84 percent of Chinese say they like TV programs on culture, especially Chinese culture, such programs are of greater appeal to younger generations.
Chinese-African coproduced dating show a hit in Africa
A blind date television show called "Hello Mr. Right" has become a hit in Africa.
Producer enjoys experience of making 'Escape Room'
Neal Moritz said he loved the experience of making the suspense thriller "Escape Room," and would cast Chinese actors in future projects.
Cathy Yan's film gives unique perspective on modern China
Chinese-American director Cathy Yan's directorial debut, "Dead Pigs," held a China premiere in Beijing on Wednesday, offering the audience a realistic drama with dark humor about five lonely individuals living in modern China.
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