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Shen Teng comedy gets holiday release
Actor Shen Teng will see his new comedy contend for audience attention during the 2019 Spring Festival holiday.
James Wan creates deep-sea spectacle in 'Aquaman'
The DC Extended Universe (DCEU) has been saved after multiple flops and its savior is Malaysian-born Chinese/Australian director James Wan, who has created an underwater "Star Wars" in "Aquaman."
Hit program helps bring cultural relics to life
Season 2 of "National Treasure," a popular TV show focused on Chinese cultural relics returned to Chinese television on Sunday. 
Stories of China's reform and opening-up win applause
An 18-episode documentary is airing two episodes a day starting with its Dec 2 debut on China Central Television.
Low-budget comedy 'A Cool Fish' surprise winner
"A Cool Fish," a low-budget local comedy with no A-list actors, has received the highest degree of satisfaction by Chinese moviegoers, according to a recent survey unveiled by the China Film Archive.
3rd Macao int'l film festival to draw more new film makers
The third Macao International Film Festival kicked off Saturday in China's Macao Special Administrative Region (SAR), with over 50 films from around the world to be shown on the big screens.
'Aquaman' opens strongly in China
Warner Bros. released its latest DC superhero movie "Aquaman" in China on Friday, two weeks before the action adventure's premiere in North America.
New film documents Shenzhen's growth as a result of opening up
The Photographer, a forthcoming film that reflects Shenzhen's transformation over the past 40 years, will open across China on Dec 12.
Athens holds 1st International Children's Film Festival
​Athens launches the First International Children's Film Festival on Friday, offering more than 70 feature films from 30 countries around the world.
Kathmandu Int'l Mountain Film Festival kicks off
​The 16th edition of Kathmandu International Mountain Film Festival (KIMFF) kicked off in Nepal on Friday with the participation of more than 70 films from 31 countries.
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