• Feng Xiaogang
    “China’s Spielberg” Feng Xiaogang On Censorship

    “I believe that 1942 is the closest that you can get to an Oscar-level film for China because of the censorship.” In this interview, The Hollywood Reporter‘s Scott Feinberg had a chance to ask the celebrated writer/director Feng Xiaogang about censorship in China, as well as his life and career.

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  • Photo by Walfrido López Rodríguez
    Ai Weiwei’s Havana

    Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo’s thoughts on the unofficial screening of the documentary Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry at an independent cinema in Havana, Cuba, and of Walfrido López Rodríguez’s photography project inspired by Ai’s “Study of Perspective” series.

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  • Photo by Walfrido López Rodríguez
    Ai Weiwei’s Havana (Spanish Text)

    Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo escribe sobre la exhibición no oficial del documental Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry en un cine independiente de La Habana, Cuba, y del performance fotográfico de Walfrido López Rodríguez inspirado en el “Study in Perspective” de Ai.

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