More Chinese film companies tap into Hollywood
Hollywood has turned their eyes on China, and Chinese film companies are fully embracing the chances by sending their capital abroad.
'Lost and Love' to open on March 20
Actor Andy Lau attends a premiere ceremony of "Lost and Love" in Beijing, March 16, 2015. The film directed by Peng Sanyuan and performed by Andy Lau, Jing Boran, Tony Leung and Sandra Ng, will be on shown on March 20, 2015.
Tainted actor's film will 'not' be released
Chinese actor Wang Xuebing's film "A Fool" will not be released, unless all his scenes are replaced with a new actor. Wang was detained last week for using illegal substances in Beijing.
Disney's 'Cinderella' tops North American box office with $70m debut
ey proved it still has that magic touch on princess movies this weekend, as the remake of "Cinderella" opened with a stronger-than-expected $70.1 million in estimated sales in the United States and Canada.
Alejandro G. Inarritu wins Best Director for 'Birdman'
Mexican director Alejandro G. Inarritu won the Best Director for "Birdman" and actor Eddie Redmayne awarded Best Actor for "Theory of Everything" at the 87th Academy Awards.
10 beloved films about teachers
Sept 10 is Teacher's Day, a day designated to appreciate teachers and their contributions in educating the world. On this special day, besides addressing thanks to a favorite mentor in life, we present 10 beloved movies about teachers.
71st Venice Film Festival opens
Celebrities arrive at the opening ceremony of the 71st Venice Film Festival in Venice, Italy on August 27, 2014.
Actor Robin Williams found dead in apparent suicide
Oscar-winning actor and comedian Robin Williams was found dead on Monday from an apparent suicide at his home in Northern California, Marin County Sheriff's Office said. He was 63.
New Chinese thriller breaks bad stereotype
The success of The House That Never Dies, the first Chinese-made 3-D horror movie, may change the way future domestic horror filmss are made.
Chinese cinema looks to global audience
Although China has overtaken Japan to become the world's 2nd-largest film market after the US, Hollywood productions continue to draw global filmgoers.
Familiar faces in Venice a boost to China's films?
When the organizing committee of the 71st Venice International Film Festival, which will open on Aug 27, recently announced its jury list, Chinese people were glad but unsurprised to see familiar faces again appointed to the panel.
Leading lady a true legend
Spanning two continents, Lisa Lu's career is the legacy of an icon. In A Dream Like a Dream, she will bring to the stage a lifetime of savoir faire.