A galaxy of young talents who are reshaping China's creative business: Sci-Fi, filmmaking, variety show production... It's all about content!
A series of articles and interviews about China's animators, platform executives and voice actors, to present a spectrum of China's animation business.
Stand by Me Doraemon came to China this spring, drawing the Chinese young to resume their collective memory in the cinema.
Film location tourism, merchandising, literary agency, talent management... some of the huge business opportunities in China.
Director Da Peng shared his "secrets" of making a huge box office winner with a good story, a very small budget and few stars.
The total cinema admissions in the China film market in 2014 is 830 million. Over half of viewers age from 19 to 30 years old. Most are college graduates.
Writer Guo Jingming has been forging the local young's taste for reading since 2002, while director Guo Jingming shocked the China film market in 2013.
The stars’ influence in China goes beyond film and TV: fans imitate their way of dressing which leads to the boost of fashion e-commerce.
Korean TV drama’s price will continue to go up. Also, a Chinese parody of My Love from the Star is now available on China’s video sites.
“When I was little, I had four dreams: to become a scientist, a good writer, a champion car racer and a filmmaker."
Chinese marketers begin to join film projects from the development stage, even to help build the story and script.
Chris Edwards, CEO of The Third Floor tells you why he wants to expand The Third Floor’s territory to China.
Zhang Zhao attributes his odyssey largely to a great education he received from his lieutenant father, a submarine scientist in the PLA Navy.
A industry forum including a banker, a professor, an industry consultant and a festival programmer on the changes and challenges.
Mr. Paillard talks about Marché du Film's ongoing expansion and innovation, Cinando and co-productions.