Macau Festival Directors on New Chinese Talent, Becoming a Meeting Point For East and West (Q&A)

The third edition of the International Film Festival & Awards Macao (Iffam) will open tomorrow in a typically glitzy ceremony that comes naturally to Macau, a city famed for high rollers and gargantuan casinos. 

Coming right at the end of the festival calendar, and based in a city where gambling dominates, Iffam artistic director Mike Goodridge and head of festival management Lorna Tee face unique challenges in trying to attract local and international guests to a festival still in its infancy. Although star power goes a long way. 

Iffam is not short of stellar talent attending the festival ...
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