Asia Society Southern California’s Entertainment and Media in Asia (EMASIA) Program is hosting their third annual U.S.-China Film Summit focusing on the trends and dynamics shaping 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.
Panelists include: William Feng, General Manager and Chief Representative, Motion Picture Association-China, Larry Galper, Talent Agent, Creative Artists Agency, Leon Gao, President, EntGroup, Jonathan Landreth, Managing Editor, ChinaFile, Center on US China Relations, The Asia Society, Jeff Lin, Managing Director, Strategic Bang Group, LIU Yuan, Co-Chairman, China Mainstream Media NF, Tom McLain,Chairman, Asia Society Southern California & Partner, Arnold and Porter LLP and Andrew Ooi, President, Echelon Talent Management.
Additionally, PANG Hong, CEO, Kylin Network (Beijing) Movie & Culture Media Co.,Ltd.,Producer, Ning Xia Film Studio and Chinese Talent Agent, Bennett Pozil, Executive Vice President, East West Bank, Stephen Saltzman, Partner, Loeb & Loeb, Peter Shiao, CEO, Orb Media Group, David Unger, Vice President and Talent Agent, International Creative Management, WANG Lifeng, Partner, Wuxi Jinyu Investment Management Corporation, Janet Yang, Film Producer/Cultural Ambassador, ZHANG Xun, President, China Film Co-Production Corporation, ZHANG Zhao, CEO, LeVision Pictures, ZHAO Yifang, President, Huace Media, Ivy Zhong, Vice Chairman, Galloping Horse and others.
China Film Group Corporation is the exclusive importer of Hollywood and International films into China and China’s largest producer, distributor and exhibitor. DreamWorks Animation SKG recently announced a joint venture with China to build a $350 million studio and the development of a $3.1 billion cultural and entertainment district in Shanghai.