Media and entertainment events in Greater China,  2013-2014


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. The Award For New Media Entrepreneurship Of China 2013  2013中国新媒体创业大赛

April-July 2013

China(beijing, shanghai, Shenzhen, Chengdu, Xiamen, wuhan, Nanjing…)




. 15th Taipei Film Festival 台北電影節

28 June-20 July 2013

Taipei, Taiwan



FIRST International Film Festival FIRST青年电影展

21-30 July 2013

Xining, China



. Animation-Comic-Game Hong Kong 香港動漫節

26-30 July 2013

Hong Kong, China



. 15th China Huabiao Film Awards 中国电影华表奖

August 2013




. Wikimania  conference 维基媒体国际会议

07-11 August 2013

Hong Kong , China



. China International Film & TV Programs Exhibition 中国国际影视节目展

22-24th August 2013

Beijing, China


. 4th China International Animation Copyright Fair 中国国际影视动漫版权保护和贸易博览会

22 – 26 August 2013

DongGuan, Guangdong Province, China



. 22th Golden Rooster and Hundred Flowers Film Festival  22届金鸡百花电影节

September 2013

Wuhan, China



29th golden rooster award 中国电影金鸡奖

October 2013




. Casbaa Convention 2013 亞洲有限與衛星電視廣播協會會議

21-24 Oct 2013

Hong Kong



. Golden Horse Film Festival 台北金馬影展

25 October-28 November 2013




The 3nd China International Micro Film Festival 第三届中国国际微电影节

November 2013




. 12th Sichuan International TV Festival 四川国际电影节

16-18 November 2013

Chengdu,  China



Guangzhou International Documentary Film Festival 中国(广州)国际纪录片节

02-06 December 2013

Guangzhou, China



Asian TV Forum 亚洲电视论坛

03-06December 2013




Asia game show 亚洲游戏展

21-23 December 2013

Hong Kong china



.Hong Kong International Film & TV Market (FILMART)  香港國際影展

24-27March 2014

Hong Kong, China



. Taiwan International Children’s Film Festival (TICFF)

April 2014

Taipei, Taiwan


Other News

  • China (mainland) film Brilliant future expected for Chinese cinema: interview

    Brilliant future expected for Chinese cinema: interview

    Jiang Wen (R), a well-known Chinese director, walks down the red carpet with his wife Zhou Yun at the opening ceremony of the 70th Venice Film Festival in Venice, Italy, Aug 29, 2013. [Photo / Xinhua] (Xinhua, 04 Sep, 2013)Chinese films have achieved over the past few years very positive results in terms of both quantity and quality, and will drive their technology-led development, 70th Venice Film Festival president Alberto Barbera told Xinhua in a recent exclusive interview. This venerable [...]

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  • Breaking news China (mainland) film Cloudary extends script to movie industry

    Cloudary extends script to movie industry

    (, 26 Aug, 2013) Cloudary Corp – an online literature platform owned by interactive media giant Shanda Group – said on Friday that it reached a film script agreement with the Chinese movie firm Seven Stars Films. Seven Stars Films, a movie production and investment firm owned by Chinese media entrepreneu r Bruno Wu, will link Cloudary’s literature with the world’s movie industry. Wu, who is married to popular TV host Yang Lan, founded Seven Star Films in 2012. The [...]

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  • Breaking news China (mainland) film China’s movie market booms with local content

    China’s movie market booms with local content

    ( Agencies, 23 Aug, 2013) In “American Dreams in China”, Cheng Dongqing is giving a lecture in an abandoned factory in Beijing . Snow falls through the damaged roof and a power cut sends students reaching for their flashlights. The movie , about how young Chinese in the 1990s tried every means to learn English so they could study overseas, is part of a boom in domestic productions that is outpacing foreign film s at the box office in China. [...]

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  • Breaking news China (mainland) film Fast forward with film

    Fast forward with film

    (China Daily, 23 Aug, 2013) In the past year, Chinese films have galloped ahead like a dark horse, beating Hollywood imports. It is hardly surprising that most of these domestic hits are comedies. Comedy is mostly local. When Hollywood sent scouts to recover the secret formula, many of them reported that these Chinese movies were not particularly funny. Of course not. When you translate every line into English, you have lost much of the fun, leaving only a few sight [...]

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  • Breaking news China (mainland) Digital Mobile game firms looking abroad

    Mobile game firms looking abroad

    (China Daily, 21 Aug, 2013) Intensifying domestic competition is driving Chinese mobile game developers into overseas markets, said Google Inc, owner of the world’s most used smartphone operating system. Japan and South Korea may become “sizeable” money-spinners for developers in China in the coming years, it added. “Tapping into South Korea and Japan makes sense for Chinese developers, because both countries have a large smartphone user base and high sales volume in the mobile gaming sector,” said Ben Zhang, China [...]

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  • Breaking news China (mainland) tv PPTV denies buyout rumors

    PPTV denies buyout rumors

    (, 14 Aug, 2013) Online video provider PPTV has denied rumors it will be jointly acquired by e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd and Hunan Satellite TV. “We have noticed related media reports. PPTV is operating independently, well, and we have nothing to announce at present,” PPTV told China Daily on Wednesday. A report from IT industry portal said on Wednesday that the prospective deal is almost closed, with the transaction reaching $400 million. It cited venture capital sources [...]

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  • Breaking news China (mainland) film Film industry needs long tail to grow

    Film industry needs long tail to grow

    (China Daily, 15 Aug, 2013) The domestic film market registered record half-yearly box office returns of 10.9 billion yuan ($1.77 billion) in the first six months of this year, up 35 percent year-on-year, and there have been excited voices saying that the Chinese film industry is about to boom in the international market. However, box office success is just part of the industry’s chain, and without the further development of licensed movie merchandising, the Chinese film industry is still in [...]

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  • Breaking news China (mainland) Digital New WeChat game becoming painfully popular

    New WeChat game becoming painfully popular

    (, 15 Aug, 2013) A new mobile phone game on WeChat, a social network app in China, is proving so popular that it’s causing hand injuries for many Chinese users. The game, which was recently introduced to WeChat’s 400 million subscribers, allows users to compete online with their friends in aircraft battles. Within two hours after the release of the game on Aug 5, there were more than 180 million downloads. But Zou Cheng, an orthopedic doctor at Hangzhou First [...]

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