Amid a surge of renewed optimism about Chinese-U.S. co-productions, Jonathan Landreth reports, some industry veterans on both sides of the Pacific caution that there are still a few kinks to be worked out.
ChinaFile Managing Editor Jonathan Landreth tells Huffington Post Live he expects Hollywood producers such as those that made Iron Man 3 to continue to look for ways to tap into China's growing moviegoing market.
As the 60th anniversary of the Korean armistice approaches, renowned cultural critic and historian Richard Slotkin looks back on the relatively-forgotten Korean War movies made by Hollywood in the 1950s and '60s.
Amit Madhesiya explores the 60-year-old tradition of itinerant cinema in rural India. Often accompanying religious festivals, the traveling cinema showcases a mix of regional and Bollywood films and sometimes dubbed Hollywood movies. (luccadigitalphotofest /Flickr)
Movie fans wearing zombie printed T-shirts over their heads take part in a rehearsal for the world premiere of the Hollywood film 'Resident Evil: Afterlife', being released in Japan as 'Biohazard IV: Afterlife' in Tokyo on September 2, 2010.
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