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U.S.-China Film Summit

Asia Society Southern California's Entertainment and Media in Asia (EMASIA) Program presents three-part panel discussion on U.S.-China Film collaboration. The Summit will focus on the trends and dynamics shaping the U.S.-China film relationship.

October 30, 2012 1:00pm to 5:00pm

Asia Society Southern California’s Entertainment and Media in Asia (EMASIA) Program is proud to present the third annual U.S.-China Film Summit focusing on the trends and dynamics facing the U.S. China film relationship and recent advances in the Hollywood-China partnerships and collaborations.  Prominent Chinese and Hollywood film industry leaders will share their experiences and strategies on successfully navigating the East-West filmmaking process. 

Cost to register is: $75 Asia Soceity Member, $95 general, $25 Student

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1:00 – 1:30     Registration
1:30 – 5:00     Program
                       Panel One: Year in Review in Hollywood-China Relations
                       Panel Two: Globalization of Talent
                       This panel will focus on how the new paradigm of U.S.-China co-production
                       is affecting the management of talent.
                       Panel Three: New Wave of China’s Cross-Border Entertainment Investors
                       This panel will focus on the “Investments in U.S.-China Co-Production,” and
                       the relationships and perspectives of the investors on both sides of the ‘deal.’
5:00 – 5:45     Reception

William Feng, General Manager and Chief Representative, Motion Picture Association-China
Larry Galper, Talent Agent, Creative Artists Agency
Leon Gao, President, EntGroup
Jonathan Landreth, Managing Editor, ChinaFile, Center on US China Relations, The Asia Society
Je Lin, Managing Director, Strategic Bang Group
Tom McLain, Chairman, Asia Society Southern California & Partner, Arnold and Porter LLP
Andrew Ooi, President, Echelon Talent Management
Bennett Pozil
, Executive Vice President, East West Bank
Stephen Saltzman, Partner, Loeb & Loeb
Peter Shiao, CEO, Orb Media Group
David Unger, Vice President and Talent Agent, International Creative Management
WANG Lifeng, Partner, Wuxi Jinyu Investment Management Corporation
LIU Yuan, Co-Chairman, China Mainstream Media NFC
Janet Yang, Film Producer/Cultural Ambassador
ZHANG Xun, President, China Film Co-Production Corporation
ZHANG Zhao, CEO, LeVision Pictures
Ivy Zhong, Vice Chairman, Galloping Horse

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