Magic Dumpling Entertainment President & CEO Kevin Geiger and Head of Development Wen Feng delivered three full days of seminars at Toonmax Media Company, Ltd. on topics ranging from animation development, production, distribution, marketing and transmedia.
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Beijing Film Academy Animation School Dean Sun Lijun introduces China Propaganda Chief Li Changchun to Magic Dumpling President Kevin Geiger.
Li Changchun, Propaganda Chief of the Communist Party of China, paid a visit to Magic Dumpling President Kevin Geiger’s “Animation Creative Development Seminar” during a visit to the Beijing Film Academy on the afternoon of September 5th, 2011.
Mr. Li, who is the 5th ranked member of China’s Politboro Standing Committee, commended Mr. Geiger on his receipt of the 2011 Beijing Great Wall Friendship Award and expressed his appreciation of Geiger’s collaborative efforts with Beijing Film Academy Animation School Dean Sun Lijun to combine Hollywood development principles & production techniques with Chinese cultural content.
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"Focus on Chinese Animation"
Tuesday’s “Focus on Chinese Animation” program at FMX 2011 was a great success. The onsite conference turnout was complemented by thousands of online viewers from China and around the world who tuned into the live video stream, nearly bringing down the FMX server.
“Focus on Chinese Animation” host Kevin Geiger presented his overview of Chinese animation past, present and future entitled “China’s Next 90 Minutes”.
Kevin Geiger, Magic Dumpling
Li-wei Chiu gave his take on the animation environment in Taiwan, noting its history & characteristics, and anticipating its future.
Li-wei Chiu, Studio2
James Wang delighted the audience with his personal “living history” of animation greats, and enlightened the room with his candid take on the mainland Chinese animation business environment.
James Wang, Wang Film
Wen Feng presented Magic Dumpling Entertainment’s approach to character development, from China for the world.
Wen Feng, Magic Dumpling
The speakers convened at the end of the program for an open discussion with the audience on the future of Chinese animation.
We wish to thank our friends at the FMX for their enthusiastic support of this program.
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The “Focus on Chinese Animation” program returns for its third year at the FMX 2011 Conference on Animation, Effects, Games and Interactive Media on May 3rd, 2011.
Speakers include Wen Feng & Kevin Geiger from Magic Dumpling, Liwei Chiu from Studio2, James Wang from Wang Film and Ming Chang from 37 Digital.
The Middle Kingdom is in the middle of an animation revolution. Come and see how the other 25% of the world lives!
Held each year in Stuttgart concurrent with the Internationales Trickfilmfestival Stuttgart (ITFS), the FMX is Europe’s primary event for international experts in animation, effects, games and interactive media. The 2011 FMX conference officially commences on May 3rd, 2011 and ends on May 6th, 2011.
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