by Stephanie Bunbury.
The rush is on to cash in on the burgeoning Chinese market.
WHAT came through most clearly at last week’s inaugural ScreenSingapore event was the bewildering pace of change in the movie industry. Jon Landau, producer of Avatar, kept declaring that all films would be made in 3D within a decade.
Michael Werner, chairman of the much-admired sales agent Fortissimo Films, suggested only half-humorously that soon, all films would have their first run on the internet. Only the hits would show in cinemas.
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