International visual effects experts have recently gathered at the Beijing International Film Festival, promoting an application of high-quality Previsualization on Chinese films.
A film-featured carnival is now being held in suburban Beijing, attracting large crowds of people to experience new tricks of filmmaking and entertain themselves in multiple ways.
Panelists say to ensure the quality of Sino-foreign co-productions, overseas filmmakers should try to collaborate with their Chinese counterparts to bring out "the authenticity of the story."
A 4K restoration of the classic film "Yellow Earth" premiered this week in Beijing. The film marks China's first success in applying the technology of 4K restoration to classic films.
Renowned Chinese cinematographer-turned director Gu Changwei's new film "Nice to Meet You," or "Yu Jian Ni Zhen Hao," is hitting theatres on Thursday.
A children's play adapted from an old fable called "The Snipe Clam Grapple" will be shown to young audiences in Beijing starting in late May.
Actor Liam Neeson was in Beijing recently to promote his new thriller "The Commuter".
When Jia Zhangke made his directorial debut with The Pickpocket in 1997, annual box-office takings in China were about 1 billion yuan ($158 million). By last year, the figure had rocketed to nearly 56 billion yuan.
A printmaking exhibition showcasing works made by artists along the Belt and Road is underway in Beijing.
In recent years, with the number of screens and box office growth in China, many countries have set their eyes on China, hoping to grasp the opportunities that the Chinese market has to offer.
Disney has struck a deal to buy 21st Century Fox in a deal said to be worth over 52-billion US dollars.
Some Indonesian films have been screened in Fuzhou, where the Silk Road International Film Festival is now underway.
The final installment of Chinese box office hit "the Ex-file" will be released in this December.
An opera company from Belgium has recently staged a classic one-act opera in Beijing.