Mandarin Films Distribution Co. Ltd.

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Mandarin Films Distribution Co. Ltd.
Type Subsidiary, Film distributor, production company
Industry Hong Kong cinema
Founded 1991
Headquarters Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, China
Key people Alice Law
Products film
Website http://www.mandarinfilms.com

Mandarin Films Distribution Co. Ltd. (simplified Chinese: 东方电影发行有限公司; traditional Chinese: 東方電影發行有限公司), formerly known as Mandarin Films Ltd. (simplified Chinese: 东方电影出品有限公司; traditional Chinese: 東方電影出品有限公司), is a Hong Kong film production company and distributor. It was established in 1991 by film producer Raymond Wong Pak-Ming, and is a subsidiary of Mandarin Entertainment Holdings Ltd.[1]

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Since its foundation, Mandarin has been closely involved in producing, licensing and distributing high-quality films, which include Eighteen Spring, The Phantom Lover, The Bride with White Hair, Dragon Tiger Gate, and Flash Point. Up to this moment, Mandarin Films has produced more than 85 films for distribution around the world.

In 2001, Mandarin Films took a big leap by listing its share in the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. With recent strong international interest in Chinese films and powerful new government initiatives to promote films of Hong Kong, Mandarin Films is ideally placed to lead the way in a newly vibrant film industry.

Mandarin aims to produce more and better films, and taking advantage of their PRC collaborations to shoot, market and distribute films and television series, as well as taking advantage of the huge demand for quality films in China itself, Mandarin will also be increasing its promotion of Chinese films to an eager and ever-growing international audience.

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