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Top Chinese directors making Korean War film
The latest war blockbuster in the making is "Jin Gang Chuan," directed by three top directors – Guan Hu, Frant Gwo and Lu Yang – and starring a stellar cast including action star Wu Jing.
Flowers of love keep blossoming in Tibet
Despite all the uncertainties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the flames of love in five women towards impoverished children in Tibet remains unquenched.
Beijing film festival concludes with 33B yuan contracts inked
The shortest Beijing Intentional Film Festival ended on Saturday with over 300 Chinese and foreign films screened and total deals worth 33.09 billion yuan signed, which could be considered a triumph after the COVID-19 pandemic turmoil was brought under control.
China's box office sees unusual spike on Qixi Festival
Thanks to a Chinese fantasy romance film's phenomenal performance, China's Qixi Festival box office total hit an unusual new high.
Chinese filmmakers inspired by industry's resilience
Film executives and creators were optimistic about the industry's future as they gathered at a forum to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Beijing International Film Festival.
'The Eight Hundred' sets global weekend box office record
China's blockbuster war epic "The Eight Hundred" grossed a staggering $117 million during the opening weekend, making it the world's biggest film to debut in 2020.
'X: The Land of Fantasy' celebrates 1-year anniversary
Cirque du Soleil's "X: The Land of Fantasy," a resident show in Hangzhou, the capital city of east China's Zhejiang province, celebrated its one-year anniversary after it resumed performances in China on June 3.
The Limit of Heat puts an end to the blazing summer
The Limit of Heat is the fourteenth solar term of the 24 solar terms, which falls on August 22-24 of the Gregorian calendar. It is a "transitional" solar term.
'The Eight Hundred' becomes first Chinese blockbuster after pandemic
The Chinese war epic, "The Eight Hundred," is slated for release on Aug. 21, and its advanced screenings last Friday gave confidence to the market and the film industry.
Universal launches a soundtrack label in China
Music industry giant Universal Music launched the Magic Muses label in Beijing on Thursday. It is the first label in China dedicated solely to film soundtracks and scores, and it was created to support China's global film and TV industry.
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