Behind the Box Office
In 2013, seven domestically produced films made it into China's top 10 box-office earners, with the remaining three all being Hollywood blockbusters. In 2012, it was the reverse. What is most important behind this sharp change though, is Chinese movies themselves are getting better.
Hollywood Takes a Hit
China's total box office reached a new record of 21.77 billion yuan in 2013, up 28 percent on 2012. With this new box office high, China has again taken its place as the world's second largest movie market, a position it has held since 2012
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Chinese Films Head Overseas
Local film industry faces daunting challenges in their efforts to break into the U.S. market
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