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Chinese TV series become a hit in Africa
More and more Africans are falling in love with Chinese TV series and movies.
Few movies are about normal people: Chinese director
Chinese movie director Li Ruijun, currently at the 70th Cannes Film Festival, said not enough movies are being made about "normal people".
Biyi film program to support China's young directors
Future plans for 10 online movies were officially announced and film posters were released for an unprecedented film program in Beijing on Friday.
Indian drama 'Dangal' continues to lead Chinese box office
The Indian drama "Dangal" held the top spot for a second week in the Chinese film market, earning 358 million yuan (51.97 million U.S.dollars) in the week ending May 21.
TV host Kevin Tsai achieves his movie dream
Taiwan's most famous TV host Kevin Tsai returned to what he had originally wanted for in his career -- to be a filmmaker -- by making a feature called "Didi's Dreams."
Chinese movie 'Walking Past the Future' hailed at Cannes Film Festival
Chinese director Li Ruijun's "Walking Past the Future" is selected in the "Un Certain Regard" (In some perspective) section of the 70th Cannes Film Festival.
'Alien: Covenant' tops box office in North America
20th Century Fox's "Alien: Covenant" topped North American box office with an estimated 36 million U.S. dollars during its debut weekend, dethroning "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" with a narrow victory.
French director presents ‘story of redemption’ at Cannes
"This is a kind of redemption story... It is a fight on how you can find yourself in a jail," said French film director Stephane Sauvaire on the sidelines of the Cannes Film Festival.
'Saint Seiya' to get live-action adaption
Childhood memories of a generation of Chinese and Japanese people will surely flood back on news that the popular Japanese manga "Saint Seiya" is getting the live-action movie treatment with investment of Japan's Toei Animation and Hong Kong-based A Really Good Film Company (ARGF).
Mysterious Chinese epic 'Asura' unveiled in Cannes
The mysterious Chinese fantasy epic “Asura,” probably one of the most expensive blockbuster movies ever, unveiled a little part of itself by releasing new posters and printed them on the cover of the world-famous entertainment magazine Variety during the ongoing Cannes Film Festival.
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