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‘Black Tea,’ Abderrahmane Sissako‘s African-Chinese Romance From Gaumont, Sells Wide Ahead of Berlinale Premiere (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Spain - France - Brazil - China - Italy - Norway - Austria - Germany - Portugal - Denmark - Ivory Coast - Indonesia - Berlin - Hungary - Israel - Albania - Cape Verde - Taiwan - Lithuania - Latvia - Estonia
variety.com
21.02.2024 / 15:51

‘Black Tea,’ Abderrahmane Sissako‘s African-Chinese Romance From Gaumont, Sells Wide Ahead of Berlinale Premiere (EXCLUSIVE)

Elsa Keslassy International Correspondent “Black Tea,” Abderrahmane Sissako‘s lushly lensed romance drama set in China, has been bought by major distributors in key territories ahead of its world premiere in competition at the Berlin Film Festival. Gaumont, which co-produced the film, has sold it to Caramel (Spain), Academy two (Italy), Pandora Films (Germany, Austria), Cineart (Benelux), Films4you (Portugal), Provzglyad (CIS), Mozinet (Hungary), Another World Entertainment (Norway), Film Bazar (Denmark), MCF Megacom (Former Yugoslavia, Albania), Filmstop (Latvia, Estonia), MB Taip Toliau (Lithuania), Imovision (Brazil), AV Jet (Taiwan), Falcon (Indonesia), Pathé BC (Sub-Saharan Africa, Maghreb) and New Cinema (Israel).

Bong Joon-Ho’s ‘Mickey 17’ Plots January 2025 Release Timed To Lunar New Year - deadline.com - South Korea - Peru
deadline.com
21.02.2024 / 02:55

Bong Joon-Ho’s ‘Mickey 17’ Plots January 2025 Release Timed To Lunar New Year

Warner Bros has dated Mickey 17 for Jan. 31, 2025 — a very odd date for a highly anticipated follow-up from Oscar and Cannes Palme d’Or winning Parasite filmmaker Bong Joon-ho.

China Box Office: Four Chinese Films Dominate Global Cinema Revenues as Lunar New Year Haul Tops $1.1 Billion - variety.com - China
variety.com
19.02.2024 / 10:27

China Box Office: Four Chinese Films Dominate Global Cinema Revenues as Lunar New Year Haul Tops $1.1 Billion

Patrick Frater Asia Bureau Chief Four Chinese films dominated the mainland China and global box office charts over the latest weekend. “YOLO,” a comedy drama about weight loss and self-discovery, was crowned as the top earning film worldwide for a second weekend running. “YOLO” took $86.5 million (RMB614 million) between Friday and Sunday, giving it a 9-day cumulative total of $402 million (RMB2.85 million), according to data from consultancy firm Artisan Gateway. The second film by Jia Ling, who previously directed 2021 Lunar New Year smash hit “Hi, Mom”, “YOLO” released on Saturday, Feb.

Five new books capture the glitz, glam and everyday life in the White House - nypost.com - France - China - Washington - Indiana - county Clinton
nypost.com
17.02.2024 / 15:09

Five new books capture the glitz, glam and everyday life in the White House

Life in the White House,” a celebratory picture book written by Betty C. Monkman and published, in a newly revised 15th edition, by the White House Historical Association.A series of new books shed fresh light on both the building, home to every president and first lady since 1800, and its occupants.

Hong Kong’s New European Coproduction Funding Scheme Is Aimed at Industry Revamp: ‘We Want Our Movies to Be More Diversified’ - variety.com - China - Berlin - Hong Kong - city Hong Kong
variety.com
17.02.2024 / 09:44

Hong Kong’s New European Coproduction Funding Scheme Is Aimed at Industry Revamp: ‘We Want Our Movies to Be More Diversified’

Patrick Frater Asia Bureau Chief The Hong Kong-Europe-Asian Film Collaboration Funding Scheme being launched this week in Berlin is intended as a major component of an exercise in rehabilitating and internationalizing the Hong Kong film industry. In unprecedented fashion, the territory’s Film Development Council is getting ready to start giving cash grants to movie projects that don’t necessarily have to shoot in the city or even use one of its three official languages.

Berlinale-Bound Chinese Title ‘Brief History of a Family’ Sells to International Markets (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Spain - China - Italy
variety.com
15.02.2024 / 11:39

Berlinale-Bound Chinese Title ‘Brief History of a Family’ Sells to International Markets (EXCLUSIVE)

Elsa Keslassy International Correspondent Films Boutique has closed a raft of deals on the Chinese movie “Brief History of a Family,” which will play at the Berlinale in the Panorama section. Chinese filmmaker Lin Jianjie‘s feature debut, “Brief History of a Family” premiered at Sundance and will be screening for buyers at the EFM as well. Films Boutique has sold the movie to Benelux (September Films), Italy (Movies Inspired) and Spain (Karma Films).

Man United icon Cristiano Ronaldo reveals new goal celebration after ditching trademark move - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - China - Miami - Manchester - Dubai - Portugal - Saudi Arabia - city Riyadh
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
15.02.2024 / 09:15

Man United icon Cristiano Ronaldo reveals new goal celebration after ditching trademark move

Manchester United icon Cristiano Ronaldo celebrated his first goal of 2024 in a new way. He scored the only goal in a 1-0 win for Al-Nassr nine minutes from time to lead his team to a 1-0 victory against Al-Fayha in an Asian Champions League round-of-16 clash on Wednesday.

Hong Kong Box Office Stumbles at Lunar New Year - variety.com - China - Japan - Hong Kong - city Hong Kong
variety.com
14.02.2024 / 12:23

Hong Kong Box Office Stumbles at Lunar New Year

Patrick Frater Asia Bureau Chief Cinema box office in Hong Kong failed to live up to expectations over the Lunar New Year holidays, even as local films led the chart. Movie theatre takings between Feb. 9-13 in Hong Kong weighed in at just HK$48.6 million ($6.23 million), according to data provided by Hong Kong Box Office Limited, a joint venture between Motion Picture Industry Association (MPIA) and the Hong Kong Theatres Association.

Paolo Bertolin Set as Artistic Director of New Zealand Film Festival Following Programming Exodus - variety.com - New Zealand - China - city Sandra
variety.com
14.02.2024 / 11:01

Paolo Bertolin Set as Artistic Director of New Zealand Film Festival Following Programming Exodus

Patrick Frater Asia Bureau Chief The New Zealand International Film Festival has appointed veteran programmer Paolo Bertolin as its new artistic director. The festival, which travels around the country, will return in July and August, but stop in just four places.

CBS News Lays Off 20 Amid Paramount Global’s Companywide Cuts; Catherine Herridge And Jeff Pegues Among Those Impacted - deadline.com - New York - China - USA - Washington
deadline.com
13.02.2024 / 23:35

CBS News Lays Off 20 Amid Paramount Global’s Companywide Cuts; Catherine Herridge And Jeff Pegues Among Those Impacted

UPDATED: The companywide layoffs at Paramount Global on Tuesday impacted about 20 employees at CBS News, including correspondents Catherine Herridge and Jeff Pegues, several sources said.

ElectionLine’s View From Abroad: BAFTA-Winning Channel 4 News Anchor Matt Frei On Why The U.S. Republic Is “On The Line” In Vote Fuelled By Fear - deadline.com - Britain - China - USA - New York - Mexico - Washington - city Moscow
deadline.com
13.02.2024 / 18:08

ElectionLine’s View From Abroad: BAFTA-Winning Channel 4 News Anchor Matt Frei On Why The U.S. Republic Is “On The Line” In Vote Fuelled By Fear

Welcome to ElectionLine’s A View From Abroad series, in which we speak to media figures who don’t live in America, but keep a close eye on its politics. Every few weeks, these smart observers will provide a unique perspective on what promises to be a fraught and unpredictable campaign for the White House. This week, our interview is with Matt Frei, who serves as an anchor and Europe editor for Channel 4 News. He is nominated for the network presenter prize at the Royal Television Society Journalism Awards, which take place on February 28.

New ‘Karate Kid’ Movie At Sony Taps Ben Wang To Star - deadline.com - China - USA
deadline.com
12.02.2024 / 21:41

New ‘Karate Kid’ Movie At Sony Taps Ben Wang To Star

Following a thorough search to find its new Karate Kid, Sony Pictures has tapped Ben Wang to star in the next installment in the franchise, Deadline has confirmed.

New ‘Karate Kid’ Movie Casts ‘American Born Chinese’ Star Ben Wang in Title Role - variety.com - China - USA
variety.com
12.02.2024 / 21:15

New ‘Karate Kid’ Movie Casts ‘American Born Chinese’ Star Ben Wang in Title Role

Katcy Stephan Ben Wang is the next Karate Kid. Wang, who previously starred opposite Michelle Yeoh in the Disney+ series “American Born Chinese,” landed the sought-after role after a worldwide search that saw thousands of young actors from around the globe vie for the title role in Sony’s new “Karate Kid” movie, which unites Jackie Chan and Ralph Macchio. Per studio insiders, Wang delivered a standout audition performance that demonstrated his deep connection to the character.

Jon Stewart Says Apple TV+ Canceled His Show Because ‘They Didn’t Want Me to Say Things That Might Get Me in Trouble’ - variety.com - New York - China - Malibu - county Stewart
variety.com
12.02.2024 / 17:59

Jon Stewart Says Apple TV+ Canceled His Show Because ‘They Didn’t Want Me to Say Things That Might Get Me in Trouble’

Zack Sharf Digital News Director Ahead of his return as host of Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show,” Jon Stewart stopped by “CBS Mornings” to explain why it was finally time to return to his old job. Stewart hosted the network’s flagship news show from 1999 to 2015. He’ll now be hosting only Monday episodes throughout the 2024 election cycle.

‘YOLO,’ ‘Pegasus 2’ and ‘Boonie Bears’ Dominate Global Box Office Weekend as Chinese New Year Releases Earn $350 Million in Two Days - variety.com - China - USA - state Oregon
variety.com
12.02.2024 / 08:49

‘YOLO,’ ‘Pegasus 2’ and ‘Boonie Bears’ Dominate Global Box Office Weekend as Chinese New Year Releases Earn $350 Million in Two Days

Patrick Frater Asia Bureau Chief Four Chinese films dominated the global box office charts over the weekend, with combined takings of $350 million earned over just two days. And, as North America watched the Super Bowl instead, the weekend’s top Hollywood title, “Argylle” earned just $15.9 million worldwide. Chinese titles eschewed their usual Friday release pattern and opened on Saturday, the first official day of the Lunar New Year holiday period in China and much of Asia. Female-directed comedy drama “YOLO,” earned $113 million (RMB802 million), according to data from consultancy Artisan Gateway. That was narrowly ahead of car-racing comedy “Pegasus 2,” which earned RMB758 million or $107 million and was the bigger title on Saturday.

Complaints over overcrowding and 'shambolic' crowd management at 'badly organised' Chinese New Year parade - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - China - Manchester - city Chinatown - city Portland
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
11.02.2024 / 22:33

Complaints over overcrowding and 'shambolic' crowd management at 'badly organised' Chinese New Year parade

There have been complaints of overcrowding at this year's Chinese New Year parade which some disappointed attendees have claimed was 'badly organised.' Record crowds are said to have attended the famous Dragon Parade on Sunday afternoon (February 11).

‘YOLO’ Thrives In Chinese New Year Bow; ‘Wonka’ Nears $600M Worldwide – International Box Office - deadline.com - China - Japan
deadline.com
11.02.2024 / 20:43

‘YOLO’ Thrives In Chinese New Year Bow; ‘Wonka’ Nears $600M Worldwide – International Box Office

The international box office was generally muted this weekend, save for in China which ushered in the Year of the Dragon on Saturday, and with it the lucrative Chinese New Year moviegoing period. According to early figures from Maoyan, the first two days of Spring Festival 2024 amassed RMB 2.44B ($339M), just a touch below the comparable days in 2023. 

'I went to a halal Chinese restaurant on the Curry Mile and the food was so cheap I wish I ordered more' - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - China - Manchester - city Chinatown
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
11.02.2024 / 17:43

'I went to a halal Chinese restaurant on the Curry Mile and the food was so cheap I wish I ordered more'

Chinese New Year is around the corner and you might be thinking of ways to get involved. Also known as the Lunar New Year, the occasion is a two-week festival that marks the beginning of the calendar year for billions of people in China and the Chinese diaspora around the world.

Lunar New Year 2024: What to expect for all the animals in the zodiac - www.ok.co.uk - China - South Korea - Thailand - Japan - Malaysia - Philippines - Mongolia
ok.co.uk
10.02.2024 / 07:11

Lunar New Year 2024: What to expect for all the animals in the zodiac

The Lunar New Year is celebrated across the globe and largely underpinned by themes of hope and reunion. Known to many as Chinese New Year, Lunar New Year is also celebrated by many different countries throughout Asia, including Japan, South Korea, Thailand, Mongolia, Malaysia and the Philippines. It is also celebrated in other countries where there is an established Chinese community, as the holiday brings together family and friends to celebrate the start of another year.

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