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      Company fined for infringing Universal Pictures' copyright
      ?A Beijing-based media company was fined 250,000 yuan (about 38,325 U.S. dollars) for infringing the copyright of U.S. company Universal Pictures, according to law enforcement in Beijing on Thursday.
      'Farewell, My Lad' puts off release
      ?"Farewell, My Lad," a youth romance film featuring the same director-actress duo of the Chinese hit drama "Sister," has delayed its release in China, which was originally set for Friday this week.
      Smart Cinema promotes Chinese films across the world
      The mobile cinema app Smart Cinema will screen more than 10 films being featured at the 5th Canada China International Film Festival, bringing Chinese films to more overseas audiences and further promoting bilateral cultural exchanges.
      New film tells stories of less-affluent China
      Japanese film director Ryo Takeuchi's latest documentary, Zoujin Daliangshan is about to meet Chinese audiences later this month.
      A 'Chinese dream' of British Oscar-winning director
      Malcolm Clarke, a two-time Oscar-winning director from the United Kingdom, has a "Chinese dream" -- building a "bridge" with films connecting China and the West.
      Director-actress duo of hit Chinese drama collaborate again for upcoming release
      Emerging director Yin Ruoxin and actress Zhang Zifeng, 20, have teamed up again for youth romance "Farewell, My Lad," set for release in China on April 16.
      Release date announced for 'Sister' in Australia, New Zealand
      Hit Chinese drama "Sister" is set for release in Australia and New Zealand on April 22.
      'Hi, Mom' tops $825M at China's box office
      ?China's tear-jerker film "Hi, Mom" saw its cumulative box office revenue top 5.4 billion yuan (825 million U.S. dollars) as of Saturday, the 58th day of its screening.
      'Sister' continues to lead China's box office
      Domestic feature film "Sister" continued to lead Chinese mainland box office, with daily revenue of 30 million yuan (around 4.59 million dollars) on Friday.
      Zhang Yimou's first spy film to hit US theaters day-and-date with China
      "Cliff Walkers," the first foray of renowned Chinese director Zhang Yimou into the spy genre, is set for release in North America on April 30, premiering day-and-date with China.
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