powerhouse in the future, even though Chinese filmmakers have to hone their skills and g
ive life to attractive and meaningful stories on screen in order to compete with the world’s best.
Filmmakers should focus more on publicity
Li Guomin, adviser to China Film Association and Changchun Film Group Corporation
That China has produced some excellent films, including the Red Sorghum, Farewell My Concubine and The Wan
dering Earth, while allowing foreign films to be screened in the country demonstrates both its cultural inclu
siveness and independence, without which the Chinese movie market could not have become so vibrant.
In some sense, China has made more marked achievements in reforming and developi
ng its film industry than most other countries, including India that is known for its Bollywo