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Beijing Film Market sets new contract record
The Beijing Film Market announced contract signing with a record-breaking value of more than 30.9 billion yuan in Beijing during the 9th Beijing International Film Festival.
First documentary film on Belt and Road to be released
The world's first documentary film about the Belt and Road Initiative will show the vision of oriental wisdom to the global audience, said its producers in Beijing on Tuesday.
Houston film festival's China focus draws praise from industry
The 52nd WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival paid a great deal of attention to Chinese movies and moviemakers.
The art of discovery and invention
Many stories regarding three of ancient China's "four great inventions" are featured in an online exhibition.
Chinese team gives Marco Polo the opera treatment
The story of the young Venetian merchant and explorer Marco Polo is to be retold as the Carlo Felice Theater has signed a memorandum of understanding on original opera Marco Polo with its Chinese producer to have the opera open the theater's 2019-2020 season.
'Dying to Survive' is favorite to win at China film awards event

With seven nominations, the Xu Zheng-starrer Dying to Survive is the front-runner at 10th China Film Directors' Guild Awards, a top honor recognized by industry insiders.

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.
'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.
Liu Cixin: Science fiction makes people more open-minded
Liu Cixin said that science fiction makes readers interested in science, especially young people, which broadens their horizons as well as promotes their imagination and creativity.
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