Shanghai International Film & TV Festival

A feast for binge-watchers and movie-goers
A feast for binge-watchers and movie-goers
Exploring the essence of famed TV director - Entertainment in China
Entertainment

Exploring the essence of famed TV director

Shanghai Daily sat down with Zheng Xiaolong to discuss his career and his views on cinematic realism, the boom in Internet-produced TV dramas and technological changes.
'The Thunder' named Best Chinese TV Series - Shanghai Metro News
Metro

'The Thunder' named Best Chinese TV Series

The anti-drug series depicts the bravery of China's anti-drug police and the fearlessness of the nation when faced with difficulties.
City's online film sector grows amid pandemic - Shanghai Metro News
Metro

City's online film sector grows amid pandemic

While local cinemas and the traditional cinema industry have suffered, Internet-based media thrived during the first half of the year.
China concludes international film festival amid market recovery - Shanghai Metro News
Metro

China concludes international film festival amid market recovery

With much of the world in the grip of COVID-19, the SIFF was something of a rarity among category-A film festivals, as most were postponed or shifted their main events online.
Curtain rises on future of film and TV copyright - China Economy News
Economy

Curtain rises on future of film and TV copyright

Industry watchers, filmmakers and digital platforms providers have urged better collaboration to fully unleash the value of copyrighted film and TV work.
TV festival honors worldwide productions - Entertainment in China
Entertainment

TV festival honors worldwide productions

A total of 55 TV productions from around the world will compete for Magnolia Awards at this year's Shanghai TV Festival.
Youku's dance show expected to boost sales - China Tech News
Tech

Youku's dance show expected to boost sales

Video-streaming site predicts sales of products related to its "Street Dance of China" variety show and other offline activities will exceed 200 million yuan this year.  
Film festival taking city viewers abroad - Shanghai Metro News
Metro

Film festival taking city viewers abroad

Weeklong film festival event gives Shanghai residents an insight into the landscapes, daily lives and rich history and culture of the Belt and Road countries.
Film salon discusses cultivation of young talent - Entertainment in China
Entertainment

Film salon discusses cultivation of young talent

The event drew award-winning director Diao Yinan, who serves as jury president of the SIFF Project, filmmaker and actor Xu Zheng and actress Song Jia.
Outdoor film festival fills a gap for local movie buffs - Lifestyle in China
Lifestyle

Outdoor film festival fills a gap for local movie buffs

The makeshift cinemas, set up outside seven of the Shanghai's famous shopping centers, seat around 100 people, and tickets are free of charge. 
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