To protecting local culture and domestic film industry seems to be something with too many positive credits for a country many in the west believe is barbaric. Otherwise, they won’t have presumed that China would allow unconditionally the west film veteran companies’ effort to make the money out of 200 million chinese people.
  • 10/27/2011
Investment in film-making and cinemas is part of a bid to counter western cultural dominance.
  • 10/21/2011
Citing a company filing, yicai.com reported that Zhejiang Huace Film and TV plans to invest 100 million yuan on the building of the China Martial Arts (Film) Culture Industrial Park in Haining city, Zhejiang province.
  • 10/14/2011
China's box office is expected to rise by nearly a third to hit 13 billion yuan ($2 billion) this year as consumers are more willing to buy tickets for the rising number of domestically made movies, the chief of film distributor Bona Film said.
  • 10/10/2011
Chinese box office takings increased by 64% last year, helped by Hollywood blockbusters such as 3D movie Avatar. Revenue surged to 10.2 billion Chinese yuan (£966m), though local officials said Chinese film-makers needed to up their game to compete with US movies.
  • 10/10/2011
Tencent Inc said it will establish a fund of 500 million yuan (US$75.7 million) to invest in the film and TV sectors as the dot-com firm embarks on its first expansion beyond the Internet industry. Shenzhen-based Tencent is seeking media partners for investment and cooperation opportunities, said the firm, which has more than 600 million users of its instant message service QQ.
  • 10/10/2011
You might be surprised by the rise of a cinema-going culture in a market rampant with piracy, but China suffered for years from a paucity of good content, quality movie theaters and, unsurprisingly, customers willing to pay more to see this bad content in bad theaters. That has all changed dramatically in the last five years.
  • 10/09/2011
In the first deal of its kind, DreamWorks Animation has signed an agreement with Youku.com, a Chinese site used for streaming videos. The two organizations will bring the "Kung Fu Panda" franchise online in Mainland China, according to the press release,the first time any DreamWorks films have been made available in China through the Internet.
  • 10/09/2011
Crimson Forest VFX/Animation Studio, one of China’s most modern and fastest growing film and animation studios, has been chosen to co-produce The Sampo, a full-length animation feature for the Northern Digital Film Company Helsinki Ltd (NDFC).
  • 10/08/2011
According to Variety, L.A. and Beijing-based DMG Entertainment has unveiled a $230 million theater chain investment with Korean hedge fund Volton for the booming China market that will dovetail with its new $300 million fund to bring co-production tentpoles to China.
  • 10/08/2011
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