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      1. 好运棋牌

        • 2010
          Official Selection
          Film Olomouc
          IFF Scienvce Docs
        • 2010
          Official Selection
          Film Olomouc
          IFF Scienvce Docs
        • 2010
          Official Selection
          Film Olomouc
          IFF Scienvce Docs
        • 2010
          Official Selection
          Film Olomouc
          IFF Scienvce Docs
        • 2010
          Official Selection
          Film Olomouc
          IFF Scienvce Docs
        • 2013
          Official Selection
          Film Olomouc
          IFF Scienvce Docs
        • 2012
          WINNER
          Asia Television Awards
          Current Affairs Category
        • 2012
          Official Selection CAPS
          Asia Television Awards
          Best Cinematography
        • 2012
        • One hour
        • National Geographic Channel
        • Directed by Patrick Carr
        •  
        • End-to-end produced by Mandarin Film Coproduction with CICC

        Green China Rising is a visually stunning one-hour science doc about how the world’s biggest polluter could become its greatest saviour.   

        Green China Rising is a visually stunning one-hour science doc about how the world’s biggest polluter could become its greatest saviour. Mandarin Film produced the documentary from start to finish, raised finance, negotiated co-production partners, and performed all aspects of production.

        This was an ambitious project in many key ways – it brought together three co-production partners from Asia to tell a counter-intuitive tale, featured unprecedented access to China’s coal mines, wind turbine factories and far flung deserts, and was one of the first documentaries to be shot using an ArriAlexa camera.

        Since its premiere on National Geographic Asia, Green China Rising has been shown in over 30 countries and translated into 5 languages and counting. Beyond that Green China Rising 2.0 aims to be an outlet for further online and mobile outreach strategy to schools, NGOs and the green tech industry.

        好运棋牌