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Question 1: Motion pictures were introduced to ________ in 1896.
Province (China)Time in ChinaReligion in ChinaChina

Question 2: The film was a phenomenal success in most of ________ and topped the U.S.

Question 3: These graduates constituted the first group of filmmakers to graduate since the ________ and they soon jettisoned traditional methods of storytelling and opted for a more free and unorthodox approach.
Deng XiaopingZhou EnlaiCultural RevolutionMao Zedong

Question 4: Further examples of films in this mould would include ________ (2004), The Promise (2005) and The Banquet (2006).
Hero (2002 film)House of Flying DaggersCurse of the Golden FlowerZhang Yimou

Question 5: Domestically produced films played to large audiences, and tickets for foreign ________ sold quickly.
Movie theaterBollywoodFilm festivalAsian cinema

Question 6: The period also produced the first big Chinese ________, namely Hu Die, Ruan Lingyu, Zhou Xuan, Zhao Dan and Jin Yan.
Shahrukh KhanBollywoodElizabeth TaylorMovie star

Question 7: [12] Chinese filmmakers were sent to ________ to study Soviet filmmaking.

Question 8: The ________ cinema has three distinct historical threads: Cinema of Hong Kong, Cinema of China, and Cinema of Taiwan.
Chinese languageCantonese (Yue)Spoken ChineseFuzhou dialect

Question 9: [2] By the end of ________ one of the most controversial Japanese-authorized company, Manchukuo Film Association, would be separated and integrated into Chinese cinema.
Collaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IIWorld War IISecond Sino-Japanese WarSoviet occupations

Question 10: The first Chinese film, a recording of the ________, The Battle of Dingjunshan, was made in November 1905.
ShanghaiCultural RevolutionBeijing operaChinese opera

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