Poster for the movie "Battle on Shangganling Mountain"

Battle on Shangganling Mountain

“Battle on Shangganling Mountain follows a group of Chinese People’s Volunteer Army soldiers who are holding Triangle Hill for several days against US forces. Short of both food and water, they hold their ground until the relief troops arrive. The movie portray the battle as a Chinese victory over an American invasion, and the People’s Volunteer Army soldiers were shown as Chinese war heroes.”

Poster for the movie "Days and Nights in Wuhan"

Days and Nights in Wuhan

Days and Nights in Wuhan is a 2021 propaganda documentary film detailing the COVID-19 pandemic in Wuhan, Hubei, China. The film was directed by Cao Jinling, and co-produced by the Chinese Communist Party and the Hubei Propaganda Department.  2020年初,新冠肺炎疫情暴发,1月23日,武汉关闭离汉通道。900万武汉人与来自全国各地医疗系统及其他行业的一线人员,一起打响武汉抗击新冠肺炎疫情阻击战!《武汉日夜》内容来源于从疫情开始,武汉当地三十多名摄影师在抗疫一线持续拍摄数月,多达数千小时的素材之中。影片以医院重症监护室医护人员及病患为主线,以深夜运送孕妇的志愿者为辅线,展现与疫情抗争、与死神决斗的动人故事,这些“平凡人”在疫情面前不舍昼夜、不惜生死、守望相助、共克难关。所有的至暗时刻,心中总会有光。所有的天方夜谭,都抵不过事在人为。所有的微不足道,都蕴含生活的力量。疫情之下,武汉的日夜,不止空旷的街道,还有努力生活的身影,更有“破茧而出”的新生,他们无所畏惧,迎接阳光。在这座英雄的城市,900万人将继续迎来一个个清晨和黄昏。他们的面孔,模糊又清晰。他们的名字,普通又独特。他们的生活,平凡又有份量。

Poster for the movie "1921"


Tells the story of a Communist Party’s early history during the turbulent era, examining the remarkable Chinese revolutionary leaders’ zeal and contrition for the ascension of the Chinese people. The film is about the establishment and creation of the Communist Party of China (CPC), which is now commonly known as the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), 100 years ago.

Poster for the movie "The Battle at Lake Changjin"

The Battle at Lake Changjin

In the winter of 1950, in the icy and snowy area of Changjin Lake, a bloody battle between the United States and China was about to begin. China and the United States respectively sent the most elite troop troops to fight-the 9th Corps of the Chinese People’s Volunteers, the 1st US Marine Division, and the 7th Infantry Division.

Poster for the movie "The Red Detachment of Women"

The Red Detachment of Women

Qiong Hua is a slave girl of Nan Batian, a big landlord in Yelinzhai Village on Hainan Island. She has tried many times but cannot escape from the landlord’s cruel oppression. Later, Nan Batian jails her in a water dungeon. Hong Changqing is the Party representative of a red detachment of women. He disguises himself as a wealthy businessman residing abroad and comes to her rescue. He pretends to buy Qiong Hua to be his … Read more

Poster for the movie "The Founding of a Republic"

The Founding of a Republic

The Founding of a Republic is a Chinese historical film commissioned by China’s film regulator and made by the state-owned China Film Group (CFG) to mark the 60th anniversary of the People’s Republic of China. The film retells the tale of the Communist ascendancy and triumph.

Poster for the movie "Amazing China"

Amazing China

A propaganda documentary film for the Communist Party of China. Amazing China is a 2018 Chinese documentary film that displays China’s achievements in science, technology, industry, and poverty reduction since Xi Jinping took power of General Secretary of the Communist Party of China in the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China held in 2012.

Poster for the movie "Operation Red Sea"

Operation Red Sea

The film is loosely based on the evacuation of the 225 foreign nationals and almost 600 Chinese citizens from Yemen’s southern port of Aden during the 2015 Yemeni Civil War.

Poster for the movie "Wolf Warrior 2"

Wolf Warrior 2

Sequel to the Action-hit Movie “Wolf Warrior” (2015). China’s deadliest special forces operative settles into a quiet life on the sea. When sadistic mercenaries begin targeting nearby civilians, he must leave his newfound peace behind and return to his duties as a soldier and protector.

Poster for the movie "Taking Tiger Mountain by Strategy"

Taking Tiger Mountain by Strategy

Taking Tiger Mountain was the very first model film produced during the Chinese Cultural Revolution (1966-1976). Set during the civil war in 1946, it follows a detachment of the People’s Liberation Army in Mandchuria as they are fighting a group of bandits hiding in the mountains. Based on a novel from the 50s, Taking Tiger Mountain was first a revolutionary opera before being made into film by director Xie Tieli.