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INDUSTRY NEWS…

Sino-US Film Cooperation: Past, Present and Future

Today, movies are a vital part of everyday life in China with over 24,000 screens across the People’s Republic playing a mixture of local productions and import titles to enthusiastic audiences. As with any territory that offers an abundance of media options, the big... read more

EVENT NEWS…

CHINESE COOK-ING

Prior to the recent announcement of Dick Cook Studios’ $500 million dollar deal with China’s Film Carnival, I had the pleasure of attending the China-U.S. Motion Picture Summit on March 25th in Grand Epoch City (Beijing’s Hebei province neighbor), co-hosted by Dick... read more

China-US Summit talks China co-pro, export blues

28 March, 2016 | By Liz Shackleton China’s domestic box office may be booming – and Chinese finance flowing into Hollywood movies – but speakers at the China-US Motion Picture Summit (March 25) discussed how successful Chinese co-productions and film exports remain... read more

Alfonso Cuaron Says He Wants to Make a Film in Chinese

5:14 AM PDT 3/25/2016 by Patrick Brzeski Elisabetta A. Villa/WireImage/Getty Images Backstage at the inaugural China-U.S. Motion Picture Summit, the ‘Gravity’ director spoke of his ambition to work in the world’s fastest growing major movie market.... read more

Speakers unveiled for China-US Motion Picture Summit

24 February, 2016 | By Liz Shackleton Screenwriter Randall Wallace (Braveheart), producer Don Hahn (The Lion King) and Bill Borden, co-executive producer of The Mermaid, are among the speakers for the first China-US Motion Picture Summit (March 25). The line-up of... read more

Academy, Industry Head for China-U.S. Motion Picture Summit

Patrick Frater Asia Bureau Chief SHUTTERSTOCK   FEBRUARY 23, 2016 | 07:59PM PT AMPAS president Cheryl Boone Isaacs, PGA president Gary Lucchesi and Bill Borden, co-executive producer of Chinese record breaker “The Mermaid,” will line up among the speakers at... read more

Inaugural China-US Motion Picture Summit to address trends

6 January, 2016 | By Katie Wright Film-makers, writers, technology leaders due to be among speakers. The China Media Culture Promotion Association (CMCPA) and the Beijing Film Academy have set dates for the inaugural China-US Motion Picture Summit, which will be held... read more