As China emerges as a global force in entertainment, Jiaflix opens doors for studios and independents to partner with the government in co-productions and assisted productions and delivers the services and expertise to succeed.
Jiaflix’s exclusive, government approved platforms for digital streaming gives Hollywood a point of entry into China beyond theatrical distribution and the only legal means for studios and independents to monetize and license their libraries for transactional and subscription video on demand (TVOD and SVOD).
One of China's wealthiest men has been on a buying spree in Hollywood, snapping up cinemas and movie production companies. Now Wang Jianlin, the chairman of the Beijing-based Dalian Wanda Group has acquired another piece of Americana: Dick Clark Productions. The deal announced Friday gives Wang's company, the Dalian Wanda Group, the rights to star-studded events such as the Golden Globes awards, the...
At the Wanda Imax theater in Beijing’s bustling Central Business District, shopping mall patrons passed the time on couches in the lobby as they waited to meet friends on a Wednesday afternoon — but many weren’t there to see movies. Some in fact, like 21-year-old Tian Zhuanghui, said a lack of good films have kept them away from the multiplex.
Wang Jianlin, China's richest man, courted Hollywood's studios and stars at a gala on Monday night, where he was expected to announce a 40 percent production subsidy to lure filmmakers to his new movie studio in East China. The 61-year-old billionaire chairman of international real estate firm Dalian Wanda Group was hosting the invitation-only gala at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.