China's Director of the Year Gets Censored
Feng Xiaogang is one of the most famous Chinese directors (e.g. Aftershock) and has been called the Chinese Spielberg. A few days ago, he received the award "Director of the Year" and took the advantage to speak his mind about the country's film censorship during his acceptance speech:
That speech surprised some people in the audience but was generally received with warm applause. But they got the uncensored version. The TV airing of the speech was cut. Fortunately, that doesn't really have that much success. The censorship applied to the speech about censorship was a hot topic the following days and heavily discussed in the Chinese social networks. And everyone knew what was going on.
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