Hollywood Made in China
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Aynne Kokas.
Disney’s ‘Mulan’ Debacle
By Eleanor Albert
The film has come to exemplify the trade-offs made by Hollywood to seek big gains in China -- and the reputational costs involved.
How COVID-19 Is Impacting Asia’s Film Industries
By Alexander Ayertey Odonkor and Hiu Man Chan
From Southeast Asia to India, China, and Japan, cinemas are bleeding while online steaming booms.
Yanxi Palace Spin-off Turns to Netflix
By Layne Vandenberg
The spin-off has moved to Netflix, showing that Chinese censors are not worried about international audiences.
US-China Frictions in Film: Hollywood With Chinese Characteristics
By David Gitter and Elsa Kania
China's film policies are a window into its broader view of cultural products.
The Hiccup in Ip Man 3’s Hype
By Catherine Putz
The film was bound to do well, but "ghost screenings" clued regulators onto the Chinese distributor’s clumsy fraud.
China's Wanda Group Purchases Hollywood Film Studio
By Shannon Tiezzi
Jurassic World 2 will be brought to you by China: Wanda Group acquires Legendary Entertainment.
Hollywood in China: Selling Out or Cashing In?
By Stanley Rosen
Are Hollywood filmmakers really selling out to China -- and Chinese censorship?