MPAA: Film & TV Poured $15.5B Into China's Economy 3 weeks ago
Hollywood is making the case that the growing popularity of U.S. films in China is a boon to both countries.
The Motion Picture Assn. of...
By Brent Lang
A report from the Fair Labor Association found "serious" violations at the Chinese factories that supply Apple
Note to Mike Daisey: journalism must be relentlessly fact-based. Your fabricated reporting distracts from a serious subject
CAA agent Peter Loehr had been managing director of the Beijing office since 2005
Alison Klayman's Sundance documentary about Chinese dissident Ai Weiwei will be released in North America by Sundance Selects
Says MPAA’s Chris Dodd of the U.S.-China movie pact: "This is a very big deal. And Joe Biden deserves the credit"
The new agreement, announced by Vice President Biden, will allow 50% more U.S. films in the Chinese market
Oriental DreamWorks will produce Chinese language animated and live action films
The Fair Labor Association will inspect Apple's "final assembly suppliers," including the controversial Foxconn factories
Tim Cook's internal e-mail leaked, and, unsurprisingly, the New York Times drew his ire
The New York Times dug deep into Apple, and what it found is prize-worthy
Local official slams actor -- who was caught on video getting roughed up by plain-clothes police -- for attempting to visit a Chinese activist
The company will partner with You on Demand and expects to sign other foreign distribution pacts
CCTV will look to push further into the U.S. market
The large companies Huayi Brothers Media Corp. and Bona Film Group acquire a stake in the year-old China Lion Distribution
Human rights groups demand that studio stop production on comedy "21 and Over," after it shoots in Linyi, China, home to a repressed activist
Will drunken debauchery from the "Hangover" writers play in Beijing?
Research firm Ipsos OTX finds that Chinese moviegoers are not averse to seeing films set in the United States
The company is partnering with Korean media conglomerate CJ CGV Co.
Company will partner with theater chain SAGA
Still, DMG, Relativity and Legendary East will face structural challenges in trying to penetrate the exploding new market
Paul Y. Engineering Group will take a 50% stake in the new company to fund two English-language, event-style films per year for global audiences
Studio enters partnership with several top Chinese investment arms and entertainment companies to co-produce films and distribute in China; it remains unclear as to how much cash Relativity will net
An American comic-book film brings fame to a Taiwanese actor, and a Canadian ex-pat pays homage
Award-winning director says censors forced him to abandon two films; remarks are reported on official state news site
Signaling a major breakthrough for a U.S. studio in the fastest-growing foreign market, Warner will potentially have access to 200 million Chinese cable households
Hollyblog: We learned an easy lesson filming "The China Question" in 2009 -- after Wednesday's Gmail crackdown, that lesson gets harder to explain
The actor tells TheWrap: "You can’t shy away from a moment when it’s there”