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US-SINO FILM COOPERATION FORUM
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Both China and U.S film industry leaders together will convene the Chinese American Film Festival Forum to discuss the present situation and prospects of future cooperation in all aspects of film production. On-site simultaneous interpretation will be provided during the CAFF US-Sino Film Cooperation Forum. A light lunch and refreshments will be served during the discussion. Seating is limited, first-come-first-serve. For RSVP or other inquiries, please call 626-856-3889 or goo.gl/Go5ByL

11/3/2014
When: 11/3/2014
Where: Crowne Plaza
6131 Telegraph Rd,
Commerce, California  90040
United States
Contact: 626-856-3889

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US-SINO FILM COOPERATION FORUM ON NOVEMBER 3RD Organized by EDI Media, Chinese American Film Festival, and China Film Promotion International, supported by the State Administration of Press Publication, Radio, Film and Television of the People’s Republic of China (SAPPRFT), and the Motion Pictures Association (MPA), the 10th Chinese American Film Festival U.S-Sino Film Cooperation Forum will be held in Los Angeles at the Crowne Plaza in Commerce on November 3, 2014. Both China and U.S film industry leaders together will convene the Chinese American Film Festival Forum to discuss the present situation and prospects of future cooperation in all aspects of film production. On-site simultaneous interpretation will be provided during the CAFF US-Sino Film Cooperation Forum. A light lunch and refreshments will be served during the discussion. The CAFF Committee is now offering a limited number of complementary tickets to the public for those who are interested in U.S.-Sino film and cultural exchange. Seating is limited, first-come-first-serve. For RSVP or other inquiries, please call 626-856-3889. CAFF Official Website: www.CAFilmFestival.com More Info: goo.gl/Go5ByL China Panelists and Guests: La Peikang, Chairman of China Film Group; Wang Haiping, Deputy Director of Beijing Publicity Department; Gu Guoqing, President of China Film Promotion International; Yang Wenhong, Vice President of Shanghai Film Group; Miao Xiaotian, President, China Film Co-production Corporation; Yu Dong, Chairman of PolyBona Film Group; Bruno Wu, Chairman of Sun Seven Star Media Group; Luo Guang, Vice President of Xiao Xiang Film Group; Fang Wei, Vice President of Tianjin Film Group; Li Qinghui, Vice President of Changchun Film Group; Gao Jun, President of Goldsome Film Group; Tan Hong, President of Stellar Film International; Zhang Xun, President of Yunnan Film Group; Tsui Siu-Ming, President of Hong Kong Television Association; An Xiaofen, Chairman of Desen International Media Group; Xiong Xiaoge, Senior Vice President of IDG; Wang Zhaoxia, President of Beijing Forbidden Film Ltd. Co; Zhang Ling, Director of Distribution, Putian Media; Lin Minjie, President, Filming Equipment Division, China Film Group; Jiang Defu, President of Marketing Planning Division, China Film Group; Xu Shujun, President of Co-production Division, China Film Group; Deng Meng, Vice President, Production Division, China Film Group; Chen Jingmin, Vice President, Giant Screen, China Film Group; U.S. Panelists and Guests: Mike Ellis, President and Managing Director Asia Pacific, Motion Picture Association; William Feng, Chief Representative of MPA in China; Peter Kujawski, Managing director of Universal Pictures International Productions Tony To, President of production and development at Lucasfilm/producer, director of ‘Band of Brother’; Paul Steinke, SVP Production Finance at Walt Disney Studios Motion Picture Production; Richard Fox, Executive Vice President, International, Warner Bros. Entertainment; Veronika Kwan Vandenberg, President, Distribution, Warner Bros. Pictures International; Tom Molter, Executive vp, international distribution and exhibition strategy, Warner Bros. Pictures International; Nancy Carson, Executive Vice President, Sales and Distribution at Warner Bros. Pictures International; Carrie Wong, Head of production and development, Fox International Pictures, Greater China Clayton Dube, Head of USC U.S.-China institute; Stanley Rosen, Professor/Director of East Asia Studies, USC; Jason E. Squire, Associate Professor of the Practice of Cinematic Arts, USC; Andre Morgan, President fo Ruddy Morgan Organization, Producer of ‘Perhaps love’ , ‘The Warlords’; Arthur Sarkissian, Producer of ‘Rush Hour” Richard Anderson, Academy Award Winner Dominic Ng, CEO of East West Bank at East West Bancorp, Inc.

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