Making Movies in China is Exciting, Beaver Kwei
    2009-03-12 08:30:46     CRIENGLISH.com      Web Editor: Yang Yang
 

Beaver Kwei [Photo: Courtesy of Beaver Kwei]

Hello. Welcome to another edition of Voices From Other Lands, the weekly radio talk brought to you by China Radio International. I am your host Yunfeng.

The Chinese film market is booming currently as audiences return to the cinemas, not just because they're tired of watching movies at home but more importantly because there are more interesting and diversified Chinese movies being shown than ever before.
Beaver is a producer of the film 'Sophie's World', which will be released in the second half of the year. The son of a veteran Hong Kong film director, he learned his trade in Hollywood. After years of studying and working in the U.S. film industry, he became critical of its ways of film making.

After years of working in Hollywood, Kwei came back to China four years ago. He worked very hard with Chinese film makers and met scores of writers and more than 100 directors pitching their innovative ideas and helping to make the movies.

Kwei talks to Voices From Other Lands that making movies in China is exciting. And he is highly optimistic about the future of the Chinese film industry. He believes the Chinese film makers already have and will continue to contribute to the art of motion pictures.

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