Beijing Enlight Pictures

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Beijing Enlight Pictures
Founded2004 (2004)[1]
OwnerBeijing Enlight Media (100%)
ParentBeijing Enlight Media

Beijing Enlight Pictures Co., Ltd. is a Chinese film production company. In 2014, the company was the third largest film distributor in China, with 7.75% of the market.[2] Beijing Enlight Pictures was a subsidiary of Beijing Enlight Media for 100% stake.[3]

Beijing Enlight Pictures Co., Ltd.
Simplified Chinese北京光线影业有限公司
Traditional Chinese北京光線影業有限公司


In 2012, the low budgeted Lost in Thailand became a local hit of China.[4] in 2015, the broadcasting rights of Hollywood Adventures, The Left Ear and Lost in Hong Kong were acquired by Star Chinese Movies.[5]


Including co-productions.


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