Censorship in China
What stays off-screen can sometimes be just as – or even more – telling than what is actually on it. Chinese censorship of films is an almost perfect example to illustrate this point.
- Wednesday, 26 June 2013
Censorship in China applies to both locally made films and to the foreign movies shown in the country, of which only about 30 to 35 get the right to be shown in cinemas each year and profit from potentially the biggest singlemarket audience in the world.
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