Archiv für 'Film'

How China Is Remaking the Global Film Industry

Thursday, 23.2.2017

Quelle: China Digital Times.


Die schmerzhafte Stille

Thursday, 16.2.2017

“… zwei chinesische Filme im Panorama der Berlinale …” Von Gregor Dotzauer. Quelle: Tagesspiegel.


Person of the Week: Ai Xiaoming

Sunday, 12.2.2017

“… a documentary filmmaker, author, and women’s rights activist …” Von Anne Henochowicz. Quelle: China Digital Times.


The Chinese animators pushing back against the Hollywood tide

Friday, 10.2.2017

“… Chinese animated film [Have A Nice Day] competing for the top prize at the Berlin film festival …” Von Clarence Tsui. Quelle: SCMP.


Taiwanese novelist who killed …

Friday, 10.2.2017

… herself in Paris at 26, Qiu Miaojin, remembered and reassessed in RTHK film “Lesbian writer whose death is credited with seeding LGBT movement in Taiwan …” Von Enid Tsui (SCMP).


Filmmaker Johnny Ma Wants You to Fall in Love With ’90s Chinese Cinema

Tuesday, 7.2.2017

Von Johnny Ma. Quelle: chinafilminsider.com.


Why China’s Lunar New Year movie market is a tale of two cities

Monday, 30.1.2017

Von Clarence Tsui. Quelle: SCMP.


New film – The Coming War On China

Monday, 23.1.2017

America Might Be Gearing Up For A Big War That No One’s Talking About Von David Fleming (Unilad).


Es geht um Milliarden Dollar. Und um Pekings Softpower.

Sunday, 15.1.2017

Erfolg auf dem Kinomarkt: Hollywood und China – das wird was (FAZ).


He pointedly noted that U.S. films are increasingly reliant on the growing Chinese market

Tuesday, 10.1.2017

The dangerous double game of Dalian Wanda’s Wang Jianlin Von Stanley Rosen (Nikkei Asian Review).


Billionaire actress Zhao Wei splashes out 3b yuan on animation firm

Sunday, 1.1.2017

Von Celine Ge. Quelle: SCMP.


Ted Chiang, the science fiction genius behind blockbuster film Arrival

Wednesday, 30.11.2016

Quelle: SCMP/Guardian


Movie industry: Chinese conglomerates’ new battlefield

Tuesday, 25.10.2016

Von Ko Tin-yau. Quelle: ejinsight.com.


Hollywood und China – Eine Allianz mit Beigeschmack

Wednesday, 12.10.2016

Von Rajko Burchardt. Quelle: moviepilot.de.


Mermaids and ghosts: Yang Chao’s crosscurrent

Tuesday, 11.10.2016

Blogpost von Nick Stember.


Is China’s Movie Boom Doomed?

Friday, 2.9.2016

Von Adam Minter. Quelle: Bloomberg. Vgl. 美媒:中国电影繁荣不再?或因缺少专业级别编剧 (Huanqiu Shibao).


Only a white man can save the world

Saturday, 30.7.2016

Asian Americans decry ‘whitewashed’ Great Wall film starring Matt Damon Von Julia Carrie Wong (Guardian).


Plenty of work for foreign actors and actresses

Thursday, 28.7.2016

New Zealand Actress Augusta Xu-Holland On Navigating China’s Growing Film Industry Von Fergus Ryan (Nanfang).


Freud und Leid alternativer Kinos: Im Buchladen “Pornos” gucken

Thursday, 28.7.2016

Von Zhang Zongxi 张宗希. Quelle: GI. Vgl. 独立电影放映的忧与乐 – 我在书店看“毛片”.


Film review: Wansei Back Home – Taiwan-born Japanese trace their roots in poignant documentary

Friday, 15.7.2016

Von Edmund Lee. Quelle: SCMP.


Geister-Alarm: “Ghostbusters”-Neuauflage darf nicht in China starten

Friday, 15.7.2016

Quelle: Spiegel Online


Wird China das neue Hollywood? Ein Filmriese auf dem Vormarsch

Friday, 8.7.2016

Von Mateja Mogus. Quelle: ICC.


„Love of Alps“ könnte der Beginn sein

Saturday, 2.7.2016

Von Katja Kraft. Quelle: Merkur.


China-Britain Film Festival Opens in London

Tuesday, 28.6.2016

Quelle: CRI


The Great Haul of China – How Hollywood’s blockbuster flops are being saved by Asian cinemagoers

Tuesday, 28.6.2016

But are some of these films even worth saving? “… possibly resulting in generally unwanted sequels …” Von Rory Cashin. Quelle: newstalk.com.