Bill Borden

veteran movie producer

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Veteran producer on movies including La Bamba, Kung Fu Hustle, Mission: Impossible III and The Mermaid

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It's only a matter of months before China passes the US to become the biggest market for movies in the world.  
 Considering that last year China added 22 new movie screens every day,…

Bill Borden on Filmmaking in China

It's only a matter of months before China passes the US to become the biggest market for movies in the world.  Considering that last year China added 22 new movie screens every day,…

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