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VOD Services and Concerns Over Chinese Influence Stalk US Film Expo

12 Dec 2016

With video on-demand services seen as both a threat and an opportunity by the independent movie sector, this year's American Film Market saw an industry at a crossroads, with the growing significance ...Read More


Movie Industry Explores Online Ticketing Platform Profit Model

14 Sept 2016

Online spending has become a habit. The rapid growth of online ticketing platforms has turned these into powerful engines for box office increase. However, ticket sales alone cannot generate profit. A...Read More


Licensees Gear Up with 2017 Tipped to be Wonder Woman's Year

15 July 2016

With her own movie and a 75th anniversary to celebrate, Wonder Woman is being billed as one of the hottest licensed products of the next 12 months, at least according to many of the exhibitors at this...Read More


Netflix Deal Sees Taiwan Content Producers Set to Win Global Audience

14 July 2016

Can Taiwanese drama series leverage on global Netflix exposure to compete with Korea's dominance across Asia?...Read More


Chinese Animation Targets Adult Market in Bid for Greater Profits

8 April 2016

With animated movies now more popular than ever before on the mainland, a number of Chinese film producers are looking to capitalise on this lucrative market by delivering home-grown cartoon features ...Read More


FILMART Truly Comes of Age with its 20th Anniversary Iteration

1 April 2016

Some 20 years since it was first held, the Hong Kong International Film & TV Market (FILMART) is now firmly established as one of the industry's major trading platforms and a crucial nexus for filmmak...Read More


Video Site Youku and Alibaba in E-commerce Tie-up

5 Feb 2016

Online video provider Youku Tudou and ecommerce giant Alibaba’s Baichuan will jointly plough in Rmb1 billion in a start-up accelerator project, allowing content providers to commercialise their conten...Read More


Surge in Online Dramas Marks Latest Shift in Mainland Viewing Habits

1 Sept 2015

Bespoke dramas are now a key element in the programming initiatives of many mainland video streaming platforms....Read More


CEPA 2015 – Free Trade with Guangdong in Cultural and Creative Services

28 May 2015

In achieving basically free trade with Guangdong for Hong Kong services suppliers, the CEPA Subsidiary Agreement adopts a negative-list approach. This stipulates that Hong Kong companies are accorded ...Read More


The Rise of Netflix and the Mainland Film Market Dominate at Cannes

27 May 2015

Will Netflix crack the China market, while destroying the European film industry? Can the growth of the mainland film market make up the global shortfall in theatrical revenues? Delegates at Cannes ha...Read More


Taiwan's Animated Movie Sector Proves Open! Open! for Business

13 May 2015

Open! Open!, a new live action/cartoon production, is being billed as a major step forward for Taiwan's creative sector....Read More


Asia's Changing Digital Landscape Set to Boost Region's TV Sector

24 April 2015

Changes in viewer behaviour as well as prescriptive legislation on the broadcast of overseas material in China have combined to drive TV and film production in Southeast Asia, according to attendees a...Read More


3D Technology Proves Cinematic Essential, but 4D Remains a Gimmick

2 Feb 2015

3D Technology is an essential part of the Hollywood blockbuster process, with China tipped to spawn its own global hit....Read More


A YRD "Going Out" Case Study (2): Tax Planning Important for International Business Development

23 Sept 2014

Shanghai WingsMedia, which is hailed as a "key enterprise of national cultural export" in China, is increasingly aware of the impact of different taxation systems of various markets on its overseas re...Read More


Mainland Movies and TV Look to Increased Success at Home and Abroad

13 Aug 2014

A rise in production standards has seen Chinese TV programmes finding new viewers in Latin America and Africa, while the domestic movie industry is said to be performing increasingly well against impo...Read More


CEPA Supplement X and Hong Kong’s Cultural and Creative Industries

24 Jan 2014

Supplement X to CEPA comprises many liberalisation measures related to Hong Kong’s cultural and creative industries, which are a very dynamic sector of the local economy. For the audio-visual services...Read More


Matrimonial mini-movies prove Mainland hit
- The Guangzhou Wedding Photographic Equipment Exhibition

14 June 2013

Mini-movies, 3D images and exotic locations (both real and digitally supplied) are all must-have items for Guangzhou's 21st century brides and grooms, prompting ever greater spend in the burgeoning we...Read More


Plans at Cannes turn to conquering China

6 June 2013

Quota and box office share changes have transformed the prospects for foreign movies on the Chinese mainland. Talk at the 66th Cannes Film Festival was all focused on conquering this new cinematic fro...Read More


Qingdao bids for TV and movie stardom

9 May 2013

A new billion Rmb cultural park aims to establish Qingdao as China's TV and movie capital. With long-established links between Qingdao and Hong Kong performers and TV and movie productions, the cultur...Read More


New episode for Hong Kong co-productions

18 Oct 2012

Hong Kong's movie industry is set for new challenges as US filmmakers are set to muscle in on the highly successful co-production model with Mainland film houses...Read More

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