Tianjin North Film Group 天津北方電影集團公司 / Tianjin Film Studio 天津電影製片廠 (China)

Tianjin Film Studio (also known as Tianjin North Film Group 天津北方電影集團公司), was established in 1958 as a state-owned film production studio. For the past 50 years, the studio has developed into a major full-fledged film and television investment, production, distribution organization in China, as well as engaged in international co-productions with various countries in Asia. Tianjin Film Studio is a member company of the China Motion Pictures Producers Association, and also a shareholder of the Huaxia Film Distribution Company (the 2nd largest film distributor in China with 10 quotas of foreign films imported per year).

Tianjin Film Studio endeavors to produce high quality motion pictures over the past 50 years. For 15 consecutive years the studio has won the China Elite award; and its films garnered over 117 domestic and international awards (among them 21 are international awards) including the Golden Rooster, Baihua awards, and the 43rd Berlinale Golden Bear award for the picture “Xiang Hun Nu” directed Xie Fei. Over the past two decades, Tianjin Film Studio has also engaged in over 25 international co-productions including acclaimed films “Infernal Affairs 3” and “The Touch” with Hong Kong SAR and also films coproduced with Japan.

Tianjin Film Studio / Tianjin North Film Group also expanded tremendously in the area of animation in recent years. Since 2003, the studio took animation production to the current volume of nearly 2 000 minutes of broadcast animated series per year. Up to the end of 2009, Tianjin Film Studio completed nine animated series; four animated series won top Animation awards from the State Administration of Film and Television in China, making Tianjin the only film studio in China to ever achieve such accomplishments.


Tianjin Film Studio
Kaide Complex Building-B-2F
7 Rongyuan Road, Huayuan Tech.Ind.Zone, Nankai District
Tianjin, Tianjin, 300384
Phone: +8622-23931012
Fax: +8622-23858505


Official Site
News Releases



Zhou Chao, Management mail

Elliot Tong, Head of International Distribution mail

Siyun Wang, Distribution Assistant mail





. Cameron launches China joint venture with Tianjin North Film Group

. James Cameron will open 3D technology JV in China

. With Grindstone Entertainment, Tianjin’s “Rabbit” runs to North America

. Tianjin’s “Legend of the Rabbit” sold to Portugal, Indonesia, Turkey ….

. Tianjin North Film Group ups sales strength (china.org.cn)

. Michael Clarke Duncan and Rebecca Black to be US voice cast for Chinese “Legend of a Rabbit”

. Tianjin Film Studio and Beijing Film Academy launch “Legend of a Rabbit 2″

. With “the legend of Rabbits”, Cartoon Network Asia acquires its first Chinese animation film

. A Chinese 3D rabbit ready to run all over the world

. Tianjin is selling “Legend of a rabbit” at Berlin EFM


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