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March-21-2019
'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.
March-20-2019
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.
March-19-2019
Warner Bros. CEO to step down amid sex scandal
Kevin Tsujihara will step down amid an investigation into sexual misconduct allegations.
March-18-2019
'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.
March-14-2019
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.
March-14-2019
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.
March-13-2019
China's BesTV to show BBC Earth programs
China's IPTV service provider BesTV Tuesday said it had signed an agreement with BBC Studios to bring over 200 hours of BBC Earth programs to its 46 million subscribers across the country.
March-12-2019
Film festival to remember novelist Jin Yong
To remember Chinese novelist Louis Cha, the 9th Beijing International Film Festival added a new category of films adapted from Cha's kongfu novels.
March-12-2019
Hungarian film industry in good health in 2018
Spending on film productions and box office results in Hungary were both up in 2018, according to official figures published here on Monday.
March-11-2019
Hollywood insiders: China's film industry coming of age
​With a rapidly-modernizing film industry noted for recent hits that raked in box office revenues, China's top filmmakers may finally be learning what it takes to spin a good yarn.
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