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What You Need to Know to Make a Film in China

LOS ANGELES, November 5, 2013 — Janet Yang leads a discussion with Ellen Eliasoph, CEO of Village Roadshow Pictures Asia; My Lucky Star director Dennie Gordon; Jonah Greenberg, an agent with CAA in Beijing; and April Ye, production manager on Skyfall and other hits, as they share insights on what it takes to make a film in China. (1 hr., 2min.)

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Arts
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Policy
 /  India
In Mumbai, diverse speakers suggest way forward.
Arts
 /  Texas
"Portraiture Now" artist discusses start of her career and "KYOPO Project."
Arts
 /  Texas
The filmmaker answers questions about his documentary PILGRIMAGE.
Arts
 /  Texas
The 'Portraiture Now' artist discusses her work and looking beyond stereotypes.
Arts
 /  New York
Pipa virtuoso performs with progressive ensemble.
Policy
 /  New York
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Policy
 /  New York
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Arts
 /  Texas
Vocalist captivates with Persian poetry, music.
Policy
 /  New York
Seymour Topping, who interviewed CCP leaders in 1946, believes the Party looks much the same now as it did then.
Policy
 /  New York
Edward Wong discusses whether the rise of microblogs will be a significant factor in political reform in China.