Today's post is my interview with the documentary filmmaker, Richard Cohen. In Mr. Cohen's latest work, "Good Cat in Screenland," two entrepreneurs from Communist China acquire a bankrupt historic show business hotel in Culver City, California, where the Munchkins resided during the filming of the 1938 film, "The Wizard of Oz." Mr. Cohen discusses his approach to documentary filmmaking, Chinese business practices in cross-cultural settings and his hope that it will contribute to a deeper understanding of Chinese ideas in action. I highly recommend anyone with an interest in Chinese business, whether in China or the US, to watch this film. I can't think of any film which delineates the major issues as well, and does it in such an entertaining fashion. The trailer for Good Cat in Screenland may be viewed below. Contact Richard Cohen at his website here.
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