Four Springs records the lives of director Lu Qingyi’s family in China. The production is an example of a low-budget film that has made it to the big screen in China.

Chinese cinema turns to low-budget films as blockbusters fail to draw box-office gold

  • There are signs that blockbusters featuring A-list directors and stars are losing their power at the Chinese box office
  • Chinese audiences are instead flocking to small-budget productions by young up-and-coming directors
Topic |   Chinese language cinema

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Four Springs records the lives of director Lu Qingyi’s family in China. The production is an example of a low-budget film that has made it to the big screen in China.
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