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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



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