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China's revolutionary films to be shown in US
A total of 21 Chinese revolutionary films will be broadcast in the United States during a screening by the Sino-American film and TV festivals recognized by both the American and Chinese governments.
Filmmakers, experts review 70 years of film development in China
Chinese filmmakers and experts look back on 70 years of development of China's film industry since the founding of the PRC in Beijing on Sunday.
A life of silver linings
After 46 years at the helm of Taiwan's Cloud Gate Dance Theatre, choreographer Lin Hwai-min prepares to pass on the mantle to the next generation.
'Shazam' Levi: Being silly and having fun while saving the world
American actor Zachary Levi admits he is actually a kid at heart and hopes Chinese audiences will enjoy watching the superhero blockbuster "Shazam!" and his lead role in the new movie.
Film salon seeks to promote China-Estonia ties in film
To encourage the co-production of films and deeper cooperation between film professionals in China and Estonia, a film salon was held at the Embassy of the Republic of Estonia in Beijing on April 10.
Science section of Beijing Film Fest opens
The "Science & Technology Section" of the 9th Beijing International Film Festival opened on Thursday in Beijing with a themed exhibition of the sci-fi blockbuster "The Wandering Earth."
Young Chinese artists to showcase Chinese contemporary art
Young Chinese artists will, for the first time, attend the Havana Biennial Art Exhibition as a team to showcase Chinese contemporary art to Cuba and the world.
China's top 10 archaeological finds of 2018
Chinese archaeologists have selected the top 10 archaeological discoveries in China in 2018. The list of which was released in Beijing on Friday by the State Administration of Cultural Heritage.
'Journey to China' photo exhibit opened in Rome
A photography exhibition "Viaggio Fotografico Per La Cina" was unveiled in Rome on March 22 as one of a series of events marking Chinese President Xi Jinping's state visit to Italy.
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.
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