Zhang said it is a character-driven film, and what distinguished it from previous films depicting the Nanjing Massacre is that it glorifies the most beautiful side of humanity by showing characters' decisions in the face of life and death.
  • 12/16/2011
The film industry has continued to surge in China and box office earnings so far this year have totaled over 12 billion yuan, the SARFT said on December 15.
  • 12/16/2011
Cinemas in China may be prohibited from screening pre-movie adverts after the start time of each film printed on tickets, according to a draft law on movie promotion.
  • 12/15/2011
Digital Domain Media Group, parent company of visual effects studio Digital Domain, has struck a partnership with Beijing Galloping Horse Film Co. to set up a new vfx studio in China, aimed specifically at the Chinese market.
  • 12/15/2011
The Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards announced recently that Chinese director Lu Chuan's epic war movie "City of Life and Death" received the Best Foreign Language Film award, Chinesefilms.cn reports.
  • 12/15/2011
The system, called DMAX, was co-developed by the China Institute of Film Science and Technology and China Film Group. It has been in service in Beijing's UME Shuangjing Cinema since August 8.
  • 12/15/2011
Following Monday's premiere, the film has received critical acclaim for its skillful use of 3D techniques and dazzling martial arts scenes, setting the stage for the action flick to win a positive public reception.
  • 12/15/2011
Video on demand supplier Gravitas Ventures is expanding its international operation with an eye toward Asia. The company has formed Gravitas Ventures International, a new division that will focus on a worldwide audience.
  • 12/13/2011
The iDOCS International Documentary Forum provides a rare chance for audiences in China to explore this genre through the best productions, and a chance to talk to the master producers and directors behind the cameras.
  • 12/13/2011
Micro films began to grab the attention of Chinese netizens at the end of 2010, and many regard Touch and Go, a short commercial video clip released by Cadillac, as the first micro film.
  • 12/12/2011
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