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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.)

Summit overview


Business
 /  Southern California
Greg Foster, CEO IMAX Entertainment, Sr. EVP IMAX Corp, gives a keynote address at the U.S.-China Film Summit.
Business
 /  Southern California
Dede Nickerson, Peter Shiao, YU Dong and Ivy Zhong discuss how to strengthen U.S.-China film collaboration and recent success stories.
Asia Society Afghanistan 21 Young Leader Jamil Danish outlines the differing outlooks among three generations of today's Afghans.
Business
 /  Southern California
A panel of industry professionals offer a review of U.S.-China film relations over the past year.
Business
Asia Society's President looks at the pace of innovation in China in her introductory remarks at the "Innovation 2013" conference.
Arts
 /  New York
Goli Taraghi describes how she found herself through her writing.
Arts
 /  New York
Columbia University's Hamid Dabashi summarizes the proceedings of Asia Society's day-long "Iran: Art and Discourse" symposium.
Arts
 /  New York
Panelists assess curatorial strategies and institutional policies concerning contemporary art in Iran and the U.S.
Arts
 /  New York
Shiva Balaghi moderates a discussion on artistic praxis with Sohrab Kashani, the artists' collective Slavs and Tatars, and Roxanne Varzi.
Arts
 /  New York
Roxanne Varzi moderates a talk on the production and exchange of knowledge via text and media with Shiva Balaghi, Babak Elahi and Sohrab Mahdavi.
Arts
 /  New York
Asia Society's daylong symposium kicks off with introductory remarks and a keynote lecture by Tehran-based Hamid Keshmirshekan.
Policy
 /  Northern California
Experts assess trends in health care for Asia's aging populations, and lessons they might hold for the United States.