The 2017 BRICS Film Festival will be held from June 23 to 27 in Chengdu, capital of Southwest China's Sichuan Province, the festival organizers announced at a press conference in Beijing on Wednesday.
Millions of viewers in China tuned in to the Academy Awards on February 26 this year to see if their favorite movies and celebrities would win Oscars gold.
Inspired by a horrific criminal case in East China's Fujian Province involving the murder of a family of four, Chinese film The Mysterious Family will hit big screens across the mainland on Friday, the production company behind the movie, Hengye Film, announced on Tuesday during the ongoing Beijing International Film Festival.
Oscar-nominated actor and longtime armed forces champion Gary Sinise was honored on Monday with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in a markedly military ceremony.
Taking place on the first day of the 7th Beijing International Film Festival, the Sino-Foreign Film Co-Production Forum is one of the key sections of the annual event. Over the years, while few breakthroughs have been made, the forum has become a platform through which veteran filmmakers and industry insiders from around the globe can share and exchange ideas and opinions.
The Fate of the Furious debuted in super-high gear over the weekend, taking in $100.2 million on North American screens and roaring to record global revenues of more than a half-billion dollars, industry analysts estimated Sunday.
Universal's "The Fate of the Furious" smashed global box office records with an estimated 532.5 million US dollars, setting a new high-water mark for an opening weekend.
A special section for Chinese films will become a permanent fixture at the Montreal World Film Festival starting from this year, the festival’s president Serge Losique announced at a press conference in Beijing on Sunday.
Earning more than 1 billion yuan ($145.27 million) in less than three days, The Fate of the Furious, the eighth installment in The Fast and the Furious franchise, has set new box-office records for the Chinese mainland.
The official selection of the 70th Cannes Film Festival was unveiled Thursday with 18 films competing for the Palme d'Or, organizers said.
Chinese director Lu Yang announced in Beijing on Tuesday that his latest film Warfield of Shura (修罗战场), a sequel to 2014's Brotherhood of Blades (绣春刀), has been scheduled to hit screens in the Chinese mainland on August 11, right in the middle of China's competitive summer movie season.
The Chinese mainland market may once again prove to be a more welcoming environment for Hollywood blockbusters than their home market.
Legendary Pictures' "Kong: Skull Island" topped the Chinese box office in the week ending April 9, with ticket sales of 257 million yuan (37.2 million US dollars), China Film News reported Monday.
For the second straight weekend, the tie-wearing toddler of The Boss Baby nosed out Disney's Beauty and the Beast at North American box offices, while the new Smurf movie came in a distant and disappointing third, according to industry estimates.
Trivisa ran away with the Best Film plum at the 36th Hong Kong Film Awards (HKFA) Sunday during a star-studded ceremony at the Hong Kong Cultural Center (HKCC).
Almost one week ahead of the 7th Beijing International Film Festival (BIFF), the 24th Beijing College Student Film Festival opened its doors on Saturday with romance comedy This is Not What I Expected as its opening film.
China's Ministry of Public Security is working together with Hollywood to film an anti-narcotics film, the production company said Thursday.
"Film co-productions can help foster greater cultural exchange and understanding between two different countries, such as China and the United States," Hollywoord film director Julia Pierrepont III said at her home in Sunland, Los Angeles.