Coonan, Clifford
April 2006
Daily Variety;4/25/2006, Vol. 291 Issue 16, p12
Trade Publication
The article reports that Lou Ye, director of "Summer Palace," China's entry for the Cannes film festival, could be banned for working at home and traveling after failing to submit the film to the Chinese government for censorship. Movies must be cleared by the China Film Bureau before submission to foreign festivals.


Related Articles

  • Note on the Text.  // Futures of Chinese Cinema;2009, p7 

    The article presents an explanation regarding the different titles of films written in Mandarin Chinese that are featured in the book "Futures of Chinese Cinema: Technologies and Temporalities in Chinese Screen Cultures,"edited by Olivia Khoo and Sean Metzger.

  • SPRING FEVER. Brody, Richard // New Yorker;8/9/2010, Vol. 86 Issue 23, p16 

    The article reviews the Chinese film "Spring Fever," directed by Lou Ye.

  • Over 240 films at 34th Annual Hong Kong International Film Festival. Seto, Joanne // Asia Pacific Arts;2/25/2010, p2 

    Films from over fifty countries to debut at the 34th Annual Hong Kong International Film Festival, with Hong Kong cinema acting as the core of the event

  • Slamdance pix to Asia. Jones, Arthur // Variety;11/18/2002, Vol. 389 Issue 1, p12 

    Reports on the Slamdance films featured at the On the Road show presented by the Slamdance Film Festival to Central Academy of Drama in Beijing, China. Comments from Slamdance Festival president Peter Baxter about the event; Observation on low-budget filmmaking in China; Reasons for bringing On...

  • FILM PROTEST.  // Prospect;Jan2007, Issue 130, p9 

    The article comments on the decision of Serbian authorities to screen Lou Ye's "Summer Palace" at the Belgrade film festival. Earlier, the Chinese embassy had demanded that the motion picture, an explicit love story at the time of the Tiananmen protests, be excluded from the program. The move...

  • Pursuing soft power through cinema: censorship and double standards in mainland China. Zhou, Yuxing // Journal of Chinese Cinemas;Nov2015, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p239 

    The Chinese government is seeking to promote the country's soft power internationally through cinema as China becomes the world's second-largest economy. China's current censorship rules, which feature a dual-track censoring mechanism for films circulated on different channels, and a double...

  • CHINA EXITS TOKYO. Coonan, Clifford; Schilling, Mark // Daily Variety;10/26/2010, Vol. 309 Issue 17, p7 

    The article reports on the decision of Jiang Ping, deputy director-general of Film Bureau of the State Administration of Radio, Film and TV to withdraw Chinese films from the Tokyo International Film Festival in Japan due to the One-China Policy violation issue.

  • THE CHINESE FILM FESTIVAL. McGilton, Russell // Metro;2000, Issue 124/125, p154 

    Discusses the Chinese Film Festival screened in Melbourne, Victoria in June 2000. Focus on China's collective film memory; Elements that influence and shape film history; Reflection of dogmatism and didactism; Films on feudal oppression; Insight into the effects of the May Fourth Movement on...

  • Symptomatic Metafiction in Lou Ye's Suzhou River. Ortells, Xavier // Asian Cinema;Fall/Winter2010, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p285 

    The article offers an analysis on the implications of metafiction of Lou Ye's "Suzhou River" and shows how fiction provides ways of interpretation and social commentary. It states that metafiction is fiction that includes within itself a commentary on its own narrative and becomes a performative...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics