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2016/10/24 | Mo Tz-pin

Taiwanese Star Fired from Chinese Movie for 'Separatism'

Another day, another Taiwanese artist barred from performing in China.

2016/10/22 | Andy Wright

How 'All the President's Men' Defined the Look of Journalism on Screen

As we enter the final leg of the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign, let us examine one of the iconic film portrayals of press and politics.

2016/10/07 | Kira-Anne Pelican

‘Journey to the West’ — A Chinese Epic for Western Eyes

If film adaptations of traditional Chinese tales are to succeed, they must appeal to universal cultural norms.

2016/10/06 | Mo Tz-pin

Film Festival Highlights Debate over Death Penalty in Taiwan

A group opposed to capital punishment hopes to raise awareness on the controversial issue through films and after-screening discussions.

2016/09/21 | Olivia Yang

Taiwan Knows What's Wrong With Its Film Industry. So Why Isn't It Changing?

A South Korean box office hit has set off a flurry of discussions about the state of Taiwan's film industry.

2016/09/01 | Leung Wing-fai

China’s Film Industry: Blocked by its Own Great Wall

Chinese cinema enjoys private capital and state support, but the industry still lacks exportable brand names by way of stars or studios.

2016/08/15 | Yuan-ling Liang

Taiwanese Flock to See Controversial Hong Kong Film

Banned in China, the controversial Hong Kong film 'Ten Years' is enjoying good play time in Taiwan.

2016/08/09 | Malaysiakini

Malaysian Actor Boycotts Film Festival Over Awards Segregation

A well-known Malaysian actor and filmmaker is protesting racial segregation at a major film awards.

2016/07/07 | Jonathan Landreth

Using Free Sex to Expose Sexual Abuse in China

A Q&A with Nanfu Wang, director of the documentary ‘Hooligan Sparrow’.

2016/06/29 | Chang Shin-wei

Tibetan Filmmaker Arrested in China

The detention and possible mistreatment of an award-winning Tibetan filmmaker comes as international politicians appear to be running out of patience with China’s human rights abuses.