Chinese cinema’s road to recovery

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    For more: https://www.cgtn.com/video There were many movies screening during the National Day holiday including blockbusters such as “Leap,” “My People My Homeland,” “Vanguard” and the highly anticipated animated movie “Legend of Deification.” At the film studios in Hengdian and Qingdao, hundreds of film crews are back to work, and everything was as busy as before the pandemic. But without a doubt, the pandemic has brought inevitable changes to the industry. Streaming platforms have risen as fierce competitors to traditional cinemas, especially during the outbreak when many movies decided to cancel theater releases and debut online instead. What’re the long-term prospects of the film industry, both financially and creatively? Have viewers’ habits been irreversibly changed? There were many movies screening during the National Day holiday including blockbusters such as “Leap,” “My People My Homeland,” “Vanguard” and the highly anticipated animated movie “Legend of Deification.” At the film studios in Hengdian and Qingdao, hundreds of film crews are back to work, and everything was as busy as before the pandemic. But without a doubt, the pandemic has brought inevitable changes to the industry. Streaming platforms have risen as fierce competitors to traditional cinemas, especially during the outbreak when many movies decided to cancel theater releases and debut online instead. What’re the long-term prospects of the film industry, both financially and creatively? Have viewers’ habits been irreversibly changed?

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