Blog Category - Film

Building and Breaking Walls: An Art-Filled Sunday, Aug 20
While the summer heat is still in full-swing and the surface of Beijing is enduring 'beautifications' as we speak, artists are here to witness it
Chinese Documentary 'Twenty-Two' Shows How WWII Sex Slaves Live Now
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Film Review: ‘Have a Nice Day,’ the Cinematic and Animated Cousin of 'A Touch of Sin'
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Film Review: ‘Wolf Warriors II,’ Which Would Never Be an A-Film Outside of China
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Fun No Longer Allowed on Chinese Prime Time Television
For all intents and purposes, China's state censor has forbidden audiences all over the country from watching prime time television shows that are
20 Years of Hong Kong Cinema Pt. III
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20 Years of Hong Kong Cinema Pt. II
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DP Da Hu Fa: The Chinese Film About Enslaved People Oppressed By a Brutal Regime
Considering the poor quality of domestic films, China's film industry falls woefully short of the Hollywood blockbusters that regularly win the li
Celebrate Alleyway Staying Power With this Weekend's "Hutong Art Proejct" Series of Screenings, Exhibits and More
Though it's been a tough year for hutong dwellers – what with the endless closure of various quirky, creative, and beloved alleyway busin
CCTV to Produce Cartoon Crossover Featuring Transformers and Chinese Mythological Character, Nezha
You've enjoyed them separately but battling robots and Chinese mythology will finally meet-up in the...
R Harmony Strikes Again: Foreign Video Content Purged on AcFun and Bilibili
The Chinese Internet is reacting with dismay to the news that the most popular TV and films watched on video streaming sites AcFun and Bilibili ha
DP WATCH: Trailer for Stephon Marbury's "My Other Home" Filled with Sport Cliches, Slo-Mo and K-pop Stars
The story of Beijing's most famous expat will be hitting the silver screen next month in China and, as its trailers clearly show, the film's subje
R Beijing Things to do on a Rainy Day
It rarely rains in Beijing, but when it rains, it pours.
Film Review: Bighearted Comedy ‘King of Peking’ Captures the Film Industry of 1990s Beijing
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R TV Tuesday: How "Bojack Horseman" Became a Voice For A Generation of Disenfranchised Chinese
As a zero-sum society where everything must be fought and contested over, China is an exhausting place to live.