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The Asia Society Southern California’s U.S.-China Film Summit is the premier U.S. event uniting Hollywood and Chinese film-industry leaders to discuss business collaboration and the latest market trends.

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At the 2015 U.S.-China Film Summit, Michael Ellis, Asia-Pacific President and Managing Director of the Motion Picture Association, delivers a keynote address on the contribution of the film and television industries to China’s economy.
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At the 2015 U.S.-China Film Summit, panelists from China and the U.S. discuss new areas for film collaboration, from animation to virtual reality.
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During a panel discussion at the 2015 U.S. China Film Summit, film executives assess Chinese investment in Hollywood and predict more will come.
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Hou Guangming, Chairman of the Academy Council of the Beijing Film Academy, joins Seagull Song, a board member of Asia Society Southern California, for an onstage conversation.
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At the 2015 U.S.-China Film Summit, panelists discuss how to avoid potholes and misunderstandings when making U.S.-China films.
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At the 2015 U.S.-China Film Summit, panelists analyze what it will take to keep Chinese viewers flowing into cinemas.
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IMAX’s Greg Foster talks about how technology companies play a unifying and galvanizing role for film in China with Tom Nagorski, Executive Vice President of Asia Society.
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At the 2015 U.S.-China Film Summit, Chinese studio heads break down the current market and predict what will come next.
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Zhang Zhao, CEO of Le Vision Pictures, and acclaimed film director Zhang Yimou are honored at the 2015 U.S.-China Film Summit.