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Studio interview: Insight into Oscar ceremony and film industry

03-01-2011 08:46 BJT Special Report:The 83rd Academy Awards |

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Congratulations to all the Oscar winners...Now for more insight into the ceremony and the film industry, joining us in the studio is Mr. Raymond Zhou from China Daily.

Q1: Hi, Mr. Zhou. I know you've been following the Academy Awards for 20 years as a film critic and columnist. So, what did you think was special about this year's ceremony?

Q2: As we saw in the previous segment, no Chinese language films were nominated. What are western audiences and Hollywood insiders looking for that they are not finding in Chinese movies?

Q3: In your opinion, what should Chinese film makers do to achieve international recognition?

Editor:Yang Jie |Source: CNTV.CN

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