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January 06, 2017
The post-apocalyptic thriller "Zombie Era" is the latest domestically-produced movie destined for a growing...
LANGFANG, China
The Wider Image: Beijing's walking dead on the loose
The post-apocalyptic thriller "Zombie Era" is the latest domestically-produced movie destined for a growing online audience in China. Demand for video streaming of movies and TV shows has opened the door to a new generation of directors like 27-year-old Shen Chenyan. The former cinematographer, who oversees 100 cast members and crew on the Zombie Era set in an abandoned factory near the capital Beijing, said he would have waited years for the chance to direct a traditional cinema release. "The quality and quantity of online movies are going up, so itÕs a great opportunity to try out a few of my own thoughts and to fulfil my intention of becoming a film director." Although China is the worldÕs second largest movie market, the outlook for cinema operators is cloudy after its box-office ended 2016 with its smallest growth in a decade, up just 3.7 percent on the year, at 45.7 billion yuan ($6.6 billion). REUTERS/Damir Sagolj SEARCH "CHINA ZOMBIES" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: CHINA-FILM/INTERNET
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