Photos & Videos: 2015 U.S.-China Film Summit & Gala Dinner
The Sixth Annual U.S.-China Film Summit on November 5 played to a sellout audience of more than 400 people at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. From start to finish, the signature Asia Society Southern California event delivered timely market intelligence and engaging panel discussions. Michael Ellis of the Motion Picture Association kicked off the Summit with a news-making keynote on the economic impact of film and television in China. Lifetime Achievement Award honoree Director Zhang Yimou closed the Gala Dinner with moving remarks about his ambitious next film, The Great Wall, which portrays Chinese and Americans jointly defending the wall. It is a message of hope, not just for film co-production but for the world.
To read an event recap, click here.
To view photographs from the Film Summit and Gala Dinner, click here.