2012 U.S.-China Film Summit


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.


1:00 – 1:30     Registration

 1:30 – 1:40    Opening Remarks
                       Thomas McLain, Arnold and Porter
                       Peter Shiao, CEO, Orb Media Group 


1: 40 - 2:10    Panel One: Year in Review: Panel of Key Players in US-China Co-Production
                       Jonathan Landreth, Managing Editor, ChinaFile, Center on US-China 
                       Relations, The Asia Society
                       William Feng, General Manager and Chief Representative, Motion Picture
                       Leon Gao, President, EntGroup
                       ZHANG Xun, President, China Film Co-Production

2:10-3:20      Panel Two: Globalization of Talent
                      This panel will focus on how the new paradigm of US-China co-production
                      is affecting the management of talent.
                      Stephen Saltzman, Partner, Loeb & Loeb
                      Janet Yang, Film Producer and Cultural Ambassador
                      Larry Galper, Talent Agent, Creative Artists Agency
                      Andrew Ooi, President, Echelon Talent Management
                      PANG Hong, CEO, Kylin Network (Beijing) Movie & Culture Media Co.,Ltd., 
                      Producer, Ning Xia Film Studio and Chinese Talent Agent
David Unger, Vice President and Talent Agent, International Creative
                      Management (ICM) Partners

3:20 - 3:45    Break

3:45 - 5:00    Panel Three: Investments in US-China Co-Productions:                      
                      Meet the Chinese Investors
                      This panel will focus on "Investments in U.S.-China Co-production," and the
                      relationships and perspectives of the investors on both sides of the "deal."
Bennett Pozil, Executive Vice President, EastWest Bank
Peter Shiao, CEO, Orb Media Group
Jeff Lin, Managing Director, Strategic Bang Group
LIU Yuan, Co-Chairman, China Mainstream Media NFC
WANG Lifeng, Partner, Wuxi Jinyu Investment Management
ZHANG Zhao, CEO, LeVision Pictures
ZHAO Yifang, President, Huace Media
  Ivy Zhong, Vice Chairman, Galloping Horse

5:00 - 5:45    Reception


UCLA Covel Commons  
In the Grand Horizon Room  
200 De Neve Drive  
Los Angeles, CA 90005 

UCLA's Covel Commons (see address and map link at right)

如需中文注册,请发送电子邮件至: Kestrada@asiasociety.org

For media inquiries please contact USChinaSummit@mprm.com



Parking is available in the SV parking lot for $11.00
SV parking lot is located at:
200 De Neve Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90005

From the 405 freeway -
Exit at Sunset Blvd and drive east to Bellagio Drive
Turn right on Bellagio Drive to De Neve Drive
Turn left on De Neve Drive and proceed to the SV parking structure
Enter SV parking on the right

Please see the UCLA interactive map(click here) or PDF map(click here) to view these locations.







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Event Details

Tue 30 Oct 2012
1 - 5 p.m.
306 Covel Commons, 200 De Neve Drive, Los Angeles, CA
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$75 Asia Society member/supporting organization member; $95 general registration
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