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The Growth of Chinese Cinema

The Growth of Chinese Cinema

By “Author Unknown” No matter its target audience, cinema is always reflective of the local culture and historical/current social context of the area it’s produced in. One excellent example of this is the continual change, growth and development experienced by Chinese cinema over the past century. From its origins during the early 1900s to its [...]

Apr 13 2010, 10:19 pm | Posted in Films | Read More »

Film Maker Liu Gaoming: Chronicling Fallout from the Shenzhen Dream

Film Maker Liu Gaoming Chronicling Fallout from the Shenzhen Dream

On Tuesday, December 2, 2008 SACS hosted the Shenzhen premiere of Shenzhen filmmaker, Liu Gaoming’s film, “A Song.” Mary Ann O’Donnell interpreted in the after-film discussion. QSI Shekou provided the venue. Ostensibly straightforward, “A Song” tells the story of the Anti-Shenzhen Dream: a young guitar player migrates to Shenzhen, loses his job, lives off his [...]

Apr 11 2010, 9:07 am | Posted in Films | Read More »

Spring Film Festival at the SACS

Spring Film Festival

The Spring Film Festival is at the QSI Fenghua Secondary School, 49 Gongyuan Rd. Shekou Features the following: The Story of the Weeping Camel on Thursday April 1st 2010 Pushing Hands on Thursday April 15th 2010 The Banquet on Thursday May 6th 2010 Film, still to be determined on Thursday May 20th 2010 For more information on SACS events [...]

Mar 23 2010, 11:08 am | Posted in Films | Read More »

DVD Exchange Programme


You’re already familiar with our book exchange; this week we introduce our DVD exchange programme with many, many titles to borrow…all at no cost to our regular customers. Come on in any day of the week to take advantage of the most generous Happy Hour in Futian. Genuine “Buy 1 get 1 FREE” 7 days a week on [...]

Feb 24 2010, 8:50 pm | Posted in Films | Read More »

Australia Day And The Opening Of The Australian Film Festival In Guangzhou

australia day

AustCham Board members, Ian Jones and Frank Caruso, attended the Australia Day celebration and the launch of the Australian Film Festival at the Ritz Carlton in Guangzhou on Jan. 26th.  The evening was hosted by the outgoing Australian Consul-General to Guangzhou, Mr. Sean Kelly, and his wife Hong plus the President of the Kingold Group, [...]

Jan 31 2010, 12:31 pm | Posted in Films | Read More »

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