MPAA: Film & TV Poured $15.5B Into China's Economy 4 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
The MPAA chief plans to schmooze with Chinese officials during an upcoming trip next month, helping U.S. studios enter the market. That could be good ... and not so good
Fox World Cinema will launch with "Vallanzasca: Angel of Evil" and "The Butcher"
Former Academy president brought in to lure filmmakers to country with foreign-film quota, copyright issues
China has doubled its screens in the last four years to 6,200, and will double them again by 2015. That's the sound of opportunity
Social networking sites barred, as government tries to censor pro-democracy sentiment
If you have a compelling project that organically checks all the boxes, then take a shot at some Chinese dough ... but thoroughly understand that there are many strings attached
The one party, strong man rule that has dominated the land of the Pharaohs for decades is coming apart before our eyes in an information-driven uprising. What and who is next?
The deal marks IMAX's single largest theater deal in Asia
I understood quite clearly why my dad had cried when he returned to Shanghai -- I felt connected to the place and I feel no fear of what China will do on the world stage
Company will install theater systems in three new locations in the People's Republic by end of 2012
Burgeoning market offers enormous potential for growth at box office, online and at retail
Take up 61 percent from previous year
New report finds that even though Russia, India, China, and Brazil don't yield big profits, the potential exists
Search giant's Google.cn now points to Hong Kong
Talks over censorship reach apparent impasse
Stake would give U.S. companies entree into country's massive consumer market
Movie set box office record in country before run cut short by government
Hillary rails against cyber attacks
At propaganda officials' urging, 2D versions replaced by biography of Confucius; 3D showings continue
Decision is a key to ensuring full market access
"I always wanted to make a film like 'Lawrence of Arabia.' Even though my film still has to be compared to a masterpiece like that I’m very happy to attempt it."
Local version of the Disney franchise signals a push into the mainland market.
Hollywood studio to enter the booming mainland movie market.
China cites worries about “public morals” as it appeals ruling that it restrained U.S. entertainment fare.
Blocked from presenting their doc, “China’s Unnatural Disaster: The Tears of Sichuan Province.”
Sequel has earned 400 million Chinese yuan ($59 million).
Richard Linklater’s third peek into the love story of the couple played by Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke celebrates romance, compromise, disillusionment and the glory of conversation