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'Into the Spider-Verse' streams into China
The Academy Award-winning animated film "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" can be streamed by Chinese internet users nationwide starting this Friday.
Beijing film festival to commemorate founding of the PRC
The 9th Beijing International Film Festival scheduled to run between April 13 and 20, will focus on this year's celebration of the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China.
China pools forces to advance integration of cable TV networks
China is pooling forces to advance the integration and upgrading of its cable television networks and build them into a new network for integrated media transmission and digital cultural dissemination, according to framework deals signed Thursday.
Chinese filmmakers learn to make global impact
With a rapidly-modernizing film industry noted for recent hits that raked in huge box-office revenues, China's top filmmakers may finally be learning what it takes to spin a good yarn.
'Dumbo' debut causes a flap in Shanghai
The new live-action adaptation, also titled Dumbo, featuring animals and human characters, will open across Chinese mainland theaters on March 29.
Jack Gao: Cinema app could transform movie-watching
Nearly 80 percent of Chinese people don't go to cinemas, while 65 percent of finished Chinese films never get their day in theaters; but a mobile app could solve these problems.
Warner Bros. CEO to step down amid sex scandal
Kevin Tsujihara will step down amid an investigation into sexual misconduct allegations.
'Captain Marvel' wins North American box office
"Captain Marvel" maintained its reign in N. America, adding 69.31 million U.S. dollars during its 2nd weekend of release.
Ugandan TV starts airing Chinese language programs
Sebutiko is among thousands of Ugandan youths who are taking up Chinese lessons either through formal class or television, as the ties between Uganda and China deepen.
Jia Zhangke's new film to hit US screens
​Acclaimed Chinese director Jia Zhangke's new film, Ash is Purest White, will be shown in U.S. theaters starting from March 15.
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