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“Looking at China·Foreign Youth Imaging Program” won two awards at the 14th China-US Film Festival

Published: 2018-11-21

Article source: China Culture International Communication Research Institute

Editor: Wang Jiaxin


 

At the just-concluded 14th "China-US Film Festival", the 103 series of "Looking at China and Foreign Youth Imaging Program" in 2018 won the "Golden Angel Award" of the Year Award for Best Series Microfilm Award; The Looking China·Foreign Youth Imaging Project won the “Chinese Culture Communication Award”.

 

"Golden Angel Award" Best Series Microfilm Award of the Year


 

"Chinese Culture Communication Award"


 

The China-US Film Festival is jointly supported by the China National Film Bureau, the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television, the American Producers Association, the American West Screenwriters Association, and the Chinese Embassy and Consulate in the United States. It is the first Sino-US film and cultural exchange event to be included in the US Congress annual report. Since 2014, more than 300 Sino-US film companies have exchanged and cooperated on the film and television market platform of the China-US Film Festival every year. More than 500 outstanding Chinese and American films have been screened, and the number of people watching movies has exceeded 1.1 million.


 

The 14th China-US Film Festival and the China-US TV Festival will be held in the United States from October 27th to November 30th. In order to commemorate the 40th anniversary of "Reform and Opening", this year's China-US Film Festival specially set up a special unit of "Fantastic Forty Years" to let more audiences feel and recollect the essence of Chinese film and television works in the past 40 years through forums and exhibitions; and set up the “Chinese Culture Communication Award” to recognize the best work of spreading Chinese culture.


 

Looking at China·Foreign Youth Imaging Program” is a Chinese cultural experience project sponsored by the Beijing Normal University’s Forest Culture Foundation and hosted by the China Culture International Communication Research Institute. Since its inception in 2011, it has been successfully held for eight times at home and abroad. It is gaining more and more influence and becoming a brand project that highlights Chinese charm and promotes Chinese culture.


 

 



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