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China Film File: UK-China Co-Productions, ‘White Storm’ Vs. ‘Gravity’, And Overdue Debut For ‘No Man’s Land’
Welcome to China Film File, a weekly brief on the business of movies in China. In today’s news: British Prime Minister David Cameron establishes a landmark UK co-production deal in Beijing, Hong Kong action thriller White Storm outdoes Gravity at box offices for the week, and No Man's Land is released to box office success after being shelved for four years.
A piece by the world-famous artist and an action movie by the martial arts star both focus on the same subject—but their views couldn't be more different.
China Film File: ‘Gravity’ Dominates ‘Hunger Games’, Ang Lee Speaks Out, And ‘Finding Mr. Right’ Inspires TV Series
Welcome to China Film File, a weekly brief on the business of movies in China. In today’s news: Gravity surges past Hunger Games: Catching Fire in China, director Ang Lee calls out mainland media for a fake interview, and producers ride the success of Finding Mr. Right.
High bids at Christie's Asian 20th Century and Contemporary Art sale showed the continued strength of Chinese contemporary art this season—but the big sales aren't over yet.
Welcome to China Film File, a weekly brief on the business of movies in China. In today’s news: quiet controversy for the Chinese release of A Touch of Sin, Taiwan's Golden Horse Awards, and Gravity pulls in big profits at China's box office.