5 November 2013 6:17 PM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

“Please don’t worry, come to China.” That was the message delivered by China Film Co-production Corporation president Zhang Xun [pictured] at the Us-China Film Summit in downtown Los Angeles today.

Zhang was one of the luncheon speakers at the event, staged for the fourth year running by the Asian Society Southern California and Entertainment & Media in Asia. Speaking to an audience estimated by the organisers at 4-500, Zhang urged Us and Chinese film makers to get past their cultural differences and work together more often.

“I would like our American friends to do away with your hesitations,” Zhang said. “Just go forward. Let’s join hands so that American and Chinese movie makers can make movies that will take the breath of the whole world away.”

Zhang, who was presented with the event’s Co-Production Leadership Award, said that during the summit’s morning panel sessions, “I heard two groups of people talk. The first group »


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