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Chinese Sex Shop Comedy to Get U.K. Release

Terracotta Distribution to open "Red Light Revolution" in October.

China Co-Producers Share Views on the Future of the Business

Shanghai Film Festival hears from Ren Zhonglun, Peter Loehr, Dan Mintz, Nansun Shi and E. Bennett Walsh

Shanghai International Film Festival Bows Amid Logistical and Programming Challenges

Susan Sarandon, jury president Barry Levinson and "Aftershock" director Feng Xiaogang were among those attending Saturday's opening gala.

Chinese Tennis Champ Set to Win More Brand Endorsements

Li's French Open victory could boost contracts, Rolex sales.

Fox International Announces Chinese Film Development Award (Cannes)

Recipients will receive a cash grant and a first-look deal with the studio.

CANNES Q&A: ‘Tatsumi’ Director Eric Khoo

The Singaporean director and Cannes veteran brings his first animated feature to the festival.

$100K Fund Supporting New Asia Pacific Film Treatments, Scripts to Continue

The judges for this year's submissions includes Chinese writer-director Xue Xiaolu, Australian writer-director Tony Ayres and panel chairman Andrew Pike, MD.

Chinese, International Producers Beat Path to Co-Productions

Partnership ventures lead China film export successes and boost imports as well.

Jackie Chan, Zhang Ziyi Kick Off Inaugural Beijing Film Festival

Director John Woo is also on hand Saturday to help launch the six-day event.

Sid Ganis to Assist China’s Ambitious Wuxi Studio

He plans to help the new movie production facility by introducing American film companies wishing to work in China.

Disneyland Shanghai Finally Set to Break Ground

Bob Iger is said to be China-bound for the April 8 ceremony, which kicks off the $3.7 billion initial phase of construction following 10 years of negotiations with the government.

Hong Kong International Film Festival and Market Preview

On the eve of Filmart, here's everything you need to know about business in the east, who's changing the industry and how the Japan Quake will affect the proceedings.