TOP STORIES: Cantonese Films, Tsai Ming-Liang Done, Struggling Abroad
on September 06, 2013
Under the terms of the Closer Economic Partnership Agreement between mainland China and Hong Kong, Cantonese-language films no longer need to be dubbed into Mandarin before being screened in China — they can substitute subtitles. [The Hollywood Reporter]
After the release of Stray Dogs, Tsai Ming-Liang, 55, wants to stop making movies. [Contactmusic]
Chinese films have been succeeding at home but have been struggling abroad. [China.org.cn]
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