February 7, 2013

Look Out Hollywood, Here Comes Asia

Lars-Olav Beier, Der Spiegel

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The movie industry is increasingly shifting toward Asia, especially China, striking fear in the hearts of Hollywood studio executives. The two cultures are about to clash at the Berlin International Film Festival, which opens with the Chinese epic film "The Grandmaster" by Wong Kar-wai.

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