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Chinese Companies Flock to Cannes, but With More Modest Ambitions

After a brutal first quarter for most Chinese movie studios, companies from the Middle Kingdom are still out in force at the Cannes Film Festival, but in search of quality and value for money instead of swagger and prestige. 922 more words

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Sebastian Stan, Edgar Ramirez Join Simon Kinberg-Directed Spy Thriller '355'

The international spy thriller 355, which was the biggest deal at last year’s Cannes, has added Avengers: Endgame‘s Sebastian Stan and Edgar Ramirez, and set a July 8 production start in Paris, London and Morocco. 200 more words

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Fan Bingbing Starts to Re-Emerge Months After Tax Scandal

Half a year after she was found guilty of tax fraud and disappeared from the public eye, Chinese superstar Fan Bingbing has begun to signal her comeback, attending a gala event and launching her own beauty product on social media this week. 572 more words

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Fan Bingbing Returns to Screen in Jessica Chastain's '355' (EXCLUSIVE)

Fan Bingbing is returning to the screen in Jessica Chastain’s “355,” the highly anticipated action film that cast the Chinese superstar just a few months before a tax-evasion scandal brought her career to a screeching halt. 484 more words

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Gone Today, Here Tomorrow

Fan Bingbing is one of China’s biggest movie stars, if not the biggest, with her combo of high glamor and girl-next-door accessibility. Everyone knows her, everyone loves her. 461 more words

FilMart: Hong Kong Industry Executives Plead for Clarity on Mainland Chinese Tax Policies

At a time of heightened scrutiny of tax affairs in China’s entertainment sector, even industry veterans in Hong Kong are struggling to figure out how to operate in the new financial environment and pleading for more clarity from the Chinese government. 469 more words

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China's Web Series, Online Films Required to Register, Report Actor Fees

Most web series and online films in China must register with the government and report their budgets and actor salaries starting from this Friday, the country’s media watchdog has decreed, in a further tightening of official oversight of the entertainment sector amid an uproar over talent pay. 311 more words

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