Hubei Yangtze River Film Group Co., Ltd. is a provincial key state-owned cultural enterprise established with the approval of Hubei Provincial People's Government in 2012.It was officially listed for operation on November 6, 2014. The Group Company has 9 departments and 9 operating subsidiaries including Hubei Film Studio, Hubei Insun Cinema Film Co., Ltd., etc. The Group Company has maintained leapfrog development for many years, and its comprehensive strength has been rising continuously. At present, it has formed a diversified development pattern with film and television production as the leading business and film distribution and screening as its primary service. It has set foot in the whole industrial chain of ticketing marketing, advertising agency, film and television equipment sales, film product sales, property management, etc. It has become a leading Hubei film enterprise with certain influence, good reputation and strong competitive strength in the country.
In 2019, Insun Cinema achieved a box office of RMB 925 million yuan, ranking first in the province and 17th nationwide. By the end of 2020, Insun Cinema had 143 studios, 945 screens and 130,416 seats. It has formed a distribution and screening network with Wuhan as the center and radiating to 18 provinces and cities across the country, including Beijing and Shanghai.
The film and television works independently or jointly produced by the Group have won many awards both at home and abroad and achieved good social and economic benefits. Among them, the major revolutionary historical TV series Everblooming Begonia and the movie Battle of Xiangjiang River co-presented by the Group won the Outstanding Works Award of the 14th "Five ‘One’ Projects” of National Spiritual Civilization Construction. The film The Bugle from Gutian won the special award of the 15th "Five ‘One’ Projects” of National Spiritual Civilization Construction. The film Beautiful Voyage won a special award from the Organizing Committee of the 17th Pyongyang International Film Festival. The film The Ferry won the Special Prize of the Ecumenical Jury at the 37th International Film Festival in Montreal, Canada, and was awarded the Best Cinematographic Work at the 13th Gwangju International Film Festival, South Korea, and also the Best Director, Best Actor and Best Music Award at the 14th Pyongyang International Film Festival.
Add：No.218 Shengli Street, Jiang’an District, Wuhan, Hubei, China
PIC：Wang Youdi，Deputy General Manager
Contact：Hu Dingping，Office Deputy Director