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‘The Great Buddha +’ grabs 10 Golden Horse nominations

TAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) — “The Great Buddha +” led the pack Sunday with 10 nominations, including best feature film and best new director, for...

Guo Ke, director of “Twenty Two”, Exclusive Interview

Guo Ke Interview: Twenty Two is a Chinese documentary about 22 Chinese 'comfort women', victims of sexual enslavement by Japanese soldiers during the WWII The...

‘Twenty Two’ tells life stories of survivors of sexual slavery

A Chinese-language documentary (and mainland China box-office sensation) completed with over 32,000 contributions from crowdfunding, “Twenty Two” was shot a few years ago.by James VerniereBut...

Patriotic ‘Wolf Warrior 2’ is China’s biggest domestic film

A patriotic film reportedly inspired by evacuations of Chinese civilians in Libya and Yemen has become China’s biggest-ever grossing domestic movie.

Interview with John Carpenter: Big Trouble in Little China

We asked a few questions to the legendary American director John Carpenter about Big Trouble in Little China, the cult movie that takes place...

Amblin and Alibaba Pictures to co-produce movies for Chinese and global audiences

BEIJING (Reuters) - Steven Spielberg's Amblin Partners and Alibaba Pictures Group Ltd, the film unit of Chinese billionaire Jack Ma's Alibaba Group Holding Ltd,...

20 Black Celebrities are unbelievably of Chinese Descent

Famous Blasian People: Black Celebrities You May not Have Known Were of Chinese Descent.Related articles: 10 American native plants that changed Chinese food culture...

Chinese movies at Toronto Film Festival 2016

The Toronto International Film Festival is one of the largest publicly attended film festivals in the world, attracting over 480,000 people annually. Founded in...

Old Stone

A hard-working cab driver in a bustling Chinese metropolis is plunged into a bureaucratic nightmare when he takes an injured man to the hospital. Directed...

Mad World

Mad World: “To avoid, or to confront? To deny, or to embrace? To give up, or to make a change?”Directed by Wong Chun Original title:...

Godspeed

Na Dow, a punk who grew up lying, stealing and fooling around, decides to straighten out and takes his first steady job as a...

Chung Mong-Hong

CHUNG Mong-Hong (钟孟宏) was born in Ping-Tong, Taiwan. He received his B. S. in Computer Engineering from National Chao Tung University in Taiwan,  and...

The Cinema of Ang Lee

The Other Side of the Screen

KU QIAN, Bitter Money, a film by Wang Bing

Presented at Venezia 73, Orizzonti. In a fast growing city of East China, migrants have been arriving and living for a dream of a...

Chinese movies presented at 60th BFI London Film Festival

The 60th BFI London Film Festival is an annual film festival held in London. It screens more than 300 films, documentaries and shorts from...