Changchun Film Studio went from puppet-state propaganda to the beating heart of Chinese film
Can films and literature from the Northwest shake their strong association with rural subjects?
Zhao Jishan, “the movie man,” spent years dragging a mobile cinema through rural China to bring entertainment to the villages
Why is China’s Northeast such a fertile setting for film, music, and literature?
Do female characters in Chinese cinema and TV pass the Bechdel test?
Too many of the Chinese diaspora’s leading female artists and performers have been forgotten. Director Luka Yuanyuan Yang wants to reclaim their transnational legacies.