reason.tv's Ted Balaker sits down with independent movie producer Clay Epstein of The Little Film Company to discuss the cultural, political, and aesthetic complexities of the international film market. The Little Film Company's credits include An American Haunting and the Academy Award winning film, Tsotsi.
Epstein reveals which kinds of films are most likely to get squashed by Chinese censors, which nation outdoes the U.S. in cracking down on big-screen smoking, and explains why horror films rarely get lost in translation.
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