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China's box office sales reached 3.39 billion yuan (about 495.6 million U.S. dollars) in August, bringing the total box office for 2020 to 5.8 billion yuan, as the world's second-largest box-office market gradually recovers.
The shortest Beijing Intentional Film Festival (BJIFF) ended on Saturday with over 300 Chinese and foreign films screened and total deals worth 33.09 billion yuan signed, which could still be considered a triumph after the COVID-19 pandemic turmoil was brought under control.
The Copyright Society of China on Saturday set up a working committee on copyright protection of written works in Beijing under the guidance of the National Copyright Administration.
China has deepened its cooperation with a number of countries in filmmaking over the past decade. Over the period, China has signed film co-production agreements with 22 countries, including the UK, France, Russia, Japan and India.
More than 17.5 million writers have been engaged in the creation of online literary works since the advent of Internet-oriented novels over two decades ago in China, the People's Daily reported Wednesday.
More than a month after China reopened domestic theaters, the 10th Beijing International Film Festival kicked off on Aug 22, attracting nearly 5,000 movies from 90 countries and regions to contend for its top honors.