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China Film Centennial
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of Chinese motion pictures. In 1905, China's first homemade silent movie was born in a Beijing photo studio. As 2005 draws to a close, so does a year of activities marking the big anniversary.
    CRI Reports
China's Film Industry Records 600m US Dollars Revenue In 2005
China's film industry produced 260 movies creating a total 600 million US dollars in revenue in 2005, up 150 million dollars from last year.
Three Year-End Films Get Mixed Reviews
Competition for the year-end film market is gradually heating up. Currently, the three major players are Chen Kaige's The Promise, Zhang Yimou's Riding Alone for Thousands of Miles, and A Chinese Tall Story shot by Hong Kong director Jeff Lau.
China Film Centennial Hopes for a Brighter Future
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of Chinese motion pictures. In 1905, China's first homemade silent movie was born in a Beijing photo studio. As 2005 draws to a close, so does a year of activities marking the big anniversary.
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    Headlines
v A Century-long Journey for Chinese Film  2005/12/29
v China Film Museum Opens Thursday 2005/12/28
v China Selects 100 Outstanding Films in Movie Centennial 2005/12/28
v China to Build National Digital Film Base 2005/12/28
v Film Centennial to Mark for Rejuvenation 2005/12/28
v Stars and Stamps 2005/11/17
v Movie Walls Mark China Film Centennial 2005/11/16
v Zhang Ziyi Elected Among 100 Outstanding Chinese Movie Stars 2005/11/13
v Film Fest in Full Bloom in Hainan 2005/11/10
v 1st Foreigner to Vie for Golden Rooster 2005/11/10
v Awards to Be Granted to Foreign Movies at National Film Festival 2005/11/10
v Concert Marks China Film Centennial 2005/05/31
v Feng Xiaogang Still College Student Favorite 2005/05/15
v Film Fest to Spotlight Young Talent 2005/04/26
    Online Radio
sunSunflower--Zhang Yang
Beginning with the backdrop of 1970's China, the movie "Sunflower" depicts a tumultuous relationship between a father and son. 
 
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Golden Rooster and Full Blossom Film Festival
v Chinese Film Industry Beset with Opening
v Foreign Films Top China's Oscar
v Jackie Chan Wins "China's Oscar"
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China University Film Festival
v Feng Xiaogang Still College Student Favorite
v Film Fest to Spotlight Young Talent
v One Yuan for Each Film in College
v University Student Film Festival Reels Up
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Hong Kong Entertainment Expo
v HK Showcases Movie Capital of Asia
v New York Signs HK Film Tie-up
v French Film Welcomes China to Invest
v HK's Entertainment Expo Opens
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Hong Kong Film Awards
v 'Kung Fu' Gets HK Film Honors
v Ruan Ling-yu Lights Up HKIFF
v Star-Studded Cover for HK Oscars
v Kung Fu Hustle, 2046 Dominate HK Film Awards Nominations
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Foreign Film Expo in China
v EU Film Festival Opens in Beijing
v Big Screen en France
v French Film Festival Moves to Chengdu
v French Film Festival Comes to China
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Other Activities
v Concert Marks China Film Centennial
v Shanghai Int'l Film Feast Set for June
v Shanghai In't Film and TV Festival
v French Film Academy Settles in China
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