The Fourth U.S.-China Film Summit, Nov. 5, 2013.


The fourth annual U.S.-China Film Summit has expanded to a full-day, 6 panel discussion conference with a keynote luncheon (luncheon included in summit registration). The U.S.-China Film Summit will focus on how Chinese and Hollywood film industry leaders are navigating the East-West filmmaking process, and will address the trends and dynamics in the U.S.-China film relationship, including recent success stories.

During the full day summit prominent Chinese and Hollywood industry leaders will participate in six distinct panels: Year in Review, Societal and Cultural Impact of Hollywood/China Collaboration, Media’s Perspective on the US-China Film Relationship, the Digital Space, Shooting Your Film in China, and Envisioning a Collaborative Future.

Greg Foster, Chairman & President, IMAX Entertainment and will provide the luncheon keynote and there will be a special award presentation with ZHANG Xun, President, China Film Co-Production Corporation who will receive the 2013 Co-Production Leadership Award.

The Awards Dinner will feature keynote addresses from Senator Christopher Dodd, Chairman and CEO, Motion Picture Association of America who will receive the Asia Pacific Visionary Award and actress LI Bingbing who will receive the East-West Talent Award. The Gala Dinner will be hosted by Kelly Cha, TV/Radio Host, Singer-Songwriter, Author and Educator. There will also be a special musical performance by Kelly Cha.

For the detailed schedule, including speakers list, please visit Asia Society’s Site.


One Response to The Fourth U.S.-China Film Summit, Nov. 5, 2013.

  1. aworldoffilm says:

    Nice post. I have a film blog but I mostly discuss older or art-house films. Check it out.

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