Is a full range company licensed by the State Administration of Radio, Film, and Television of China in Chinese and foreign film production services from preparation and shooting to post production established in 2003.
Such as 20th Century Fox (USA), Columbia Pictures (USA) , Warner Bros(USA), Emperor Entertainment Group Limited(Hong Kong), Sundream Motion Pictures(Hong Kong), Legendary East(Hong Kong), China Film Group Corporation, China Central Television, Huayi Bros.Media Group(China), Poly-Huayi Media of China, Orange Sky Entertainment Group(China), New Pictures Film Co(China), and also some Australian film production companies. Our clients include some famous directors and independent producers such as Kar-Wai Wong ,Stanley Tong, Tsui Hark, Stephen Chow, Jacob Cheung, Zhang Yimou, Chen Kaige, Feng Xiaogang, etc.
The Sound of Water 2006
Mao's Last Dancer, by Bruce Beresford 2007
Little Thing, by Zhu Wen 2009
Karate Kid 2009
Never Give Up, by Huang Jiangzhong 2011
The Eagle Shooting Heroes, by Liu Zhenwei 2011
Sneezing Baby Panda 2012
is a joint-venture in film and television post-production. With our help, they have worked on more than hundred Chinese and international movies, won several international awards and nominations including 2 Hong Kong Film
|Cloud Atlas||Tom Tykwer/ Lana Wachowski /Andy Wachowski|
|Shang Hai||Wong Jing|
|Chinese Zodiac||Jackie Chan|
|Flying Guillotine||Andrew Law|
|Wu Ddang||Patrick Leung|
|The Assassins||Zhao Linshan|
|The Flowers of War||Zhang Yimou|
|White Vengeance||Daniel Lee|
|My Kingdom||Gao Xiaosong|
|The love of the Hawthom Tree||Zhang Yimou|
|Ocean Heaven||Xue Xiaolu|
|True Legend||Yuen Woo-Ping|
|Red Cliff(I II)||John Woo|
|The Silver Valley||Yao Shuhua|
|The Forbidden Kingdom||Rob Minkoff|
|Mao's Last Dancer||Bruce Bereford|
|IP Man” (Mandarin Dubbing)||Willson Yip|
|A Hope||Stephen Chow|
is another joint-venture which the China Film Assist Co. Ltd invested in 2011. 3D film technical and commercial projects are its main business. The design and implementation of a 3D cinema combined with a Tang Style Hot Spring in Zhejiang has been accomplished.
Geng Ling, a Chinese well-known company director, filmmaker, producer, post production Supervisor. She brings to the team a number of skills which include coordinating, excellent management skills. She holds a Master of English literature from Xi'an international studies university. Ling Geng has been involved in many film projects since her career began in 1988. She has translated and dubbed for 12 English films and 10 TV serials including <Apocalypse Now> <Lion King> <Spider Man>, and has participated in post production for some Chinese biggest films such as <The Road Home> < Happy Times> < Hero> over the last two decades. Ling Geng is the Executive Director of China Film Assist, and she is also the founder of Sound Firm Beijing. Since it’s established in 2003, the company has been participating in making a large amount of films both nationally and internationally. Ling Geng has been recognized by her peers, winning numerous awards, she and her company have been contributing theirs award-winning skills of post production to film industry last 10 years.
1988-1995: translation and dubbing for 12 English films and 10 TV serials including <Apocalypse Now>, <Lion King> <Spider Man>
1995: Emperor’s Shadow /Zhou Xiaowen ( Ocean Films) AD & Post Production Coordinator
1998: The Road Home/Zhang Yimou ( Columbia, America)Post Production Coordinator
1999: Happy Times /Zhang Yimou,(20th Century Fox, America) Post Production Coordinator
1999:Stern in Beijing /Allan Miller(Four Oaks Foundation, America), Line Producer
2000:Ford Commercial, Line Producer
2001:Warriors of Virtue (Crawford, Australia), Post Production Supervisor
2002:Big Shots Funeral/ Feng Xiaogang, (Columbia, America), Post Production Supervisor
2003: Hero/Zhang Yimou (Miramax, America) Post Production Coordinator
2003: Warriors of Heaven and Earth/He Ping (Columbia, America), Post Production Supervisor
2003: Swordsman (Warner Brothers), subtitle translation
2004:House of Flying Daggers/Zhang Yimou , Post Production Coordinator
2004:South of the Clouds/Zhu Wen, Producer
2004:Water Voices (Asian Development Bank), Dubbing producer
2005:The Promise / Chen Kaige, Sound Coordinator
2005:China Water Film (Asian Development Bank), Production Manager
2006: Curse of the Golden Flower/Zhang Yimou, Post Production Coordinator
2007 Red Cliff /John Woo sound Post Supervisor
2008 Mao’s Last Dancer/Bruce Beresford Co-producer
2010 Thomas Mao/ Producer
2011 East Meets West/Producer
2012 Sneezing Baby Panda/Co-producer
Yan Zhao brings 12 years of international marketing and business experience to documentary/film industry with a particular interest in expanding Asian-Western business and media relations. She has been investigating opportunities for Sino-Australian co-productions since late 2012.
Yan has taken a lead in opening Asia, especially China, to Australian documentary film co-productions. Given China’s increasing demand in documentary films and digital technologies and international co-productions, she has build up official partnerships with entities from both public and private sectors. She has been the Principal/ Business Director for SeaLight Pictures Australia, an American founded documentary production company and she has achieved successful inroads in both Australian and China documentary industry for Sealight. Meanwhile, she has been nominated as the Executive Producer of China Film Assist(Beijing), one of the leading film companies that specialises in international co-productions in Beijing. She joined CM Production (Western Australia) as the Business Director/ Executive Producer in 2014.
Yan has management experience across several industries. She had been working as a dental practitioner for almost 10 years in Australia. She was the inaugural Centre Administrator of the China Studies Centre at the University of Sydney. She has been an appointed Advisor to the Ministerial Consultative Committee of NSW, Australia, since 2011. She also formed the Silkroad Consulting Group, specializing in strategic investment. Yan was an art columnist, creating the first bilingual art column in Australia. Yan holds a Masters in International Security and a Bachelor’s degree in Dentistry from the University of Sydney, Australia; a Bachelor’s degree in International Enterprises Management and a Bachelor’s degree in Chinese Literature and Journalism, both from Nanjing University, China.
Bjoern has been nominated as the jury member for German Ministry of Culture by Angela Merkel. He has worked as supervising producer and consultant on dozens of documentary and feature films, many of them award winning. Credits include Quiet Days in Hollywood with Hilary Swank, Montreal mphony (winner best Canadian documentary at FIFA), Under the Ice (winner best documentary at Kuala Lumpur Festival), The Big Day with Martina Gedeck (winner best TV feature Bavarian TV Award) and many more. He holds a Masters Degree in German and English Literature (MA) and a Master of Business Administration (MBA). In 2007, he founded Ginger Foot Films, which produces and distributes films and offers consulting services in the areas of development, financing, production and distribution. He teaches at film schools in Europe and Asia and holds international workshops in production, financing and pitching. Bjoern Jensen is country consultant for 5 Asian countries for the Sunny Side of The Doc, advisory member of the Munich International Documentary Film Festival, the evaluation committee of Bild-Kunst, the German Cultural Committee and a member of the Board of Directors of the German Documentary Association (AG DOK). For German Documentaries he organizes the participation of German documentary producers at international markets and festivals and heads the German delegation for 5th Asian Side of the Doc.
Bonnie Wang studied Journalism and Law at Eastern China University of Politics and Law, and has graduated from Monash University with a Bachelor of Arts degree, majoring in Communication and Management. She is also a qualified Public Relations professional. Bonnie came to Australia in 2008 to gain a western educational experience and to develop knowledge and skills that are transferable between cultures. Her study of communication, behavioural studies and journalism has given her insights into political, economical and cultural issues. This academic success, combined with experience working in Chinese and Australian organisations has given Bonnie a keen appreciation of the differences and similarities between western culture and eastern culture. Bonnie has been working for Sotheby’s Australia as a consultant since the beginning of 2012. Through her strong work and honourable ethic she established a long-term relationship with Asian clients by sharing the same passion towards art, antiques and jewellery. “I always image myself in their situation, wondering what they want most. By putting yourself into someone else’s shoes, you not only understand each other better, but you ensure that transactions are smoother and experiences in general are more enjoyable.” Bonnie is very enthusiastic about the property industry. She is dedicated to delivering value to our Asian clients by assisting them in gaining accurate property market trend information and ensuring they can have a more stylish and comfortable life in Australia. Together with her local colleagues and the Melbourne Sotheby’s International Realty global impact, “I believe we can make a positive difference to our Asian clients’ and their experiences in Australia.” Bonnie speaks fluent English, Mandarin, Shanghainese and some Cantonese.
Wenle graduated from Inner Mongolia Er Qing industrial school and Tianjin Textile College major in Textile Design. She was the Costume Design Assistant for the TV series Han Shu(1997). She worked as a Production Assistant in Beijing Rongxinda Art Center, a Project Executive in Beijing Galloping Horse Film and TV, the Operation Manager and Distribution Manager in Joy Media. She joined China Film Assist as the Production Director in 2008.
Teresa Zhao graduated from Hebei University. She worked as an editor in The Western Time for 3 years. In 2009, she worked in the Finance section in Zhang Yimou Film Studio for films including Three Guns (2009), Love of the Hawthorn Tree (2010) and The Flowers of War (2013). She joined China Film Assist Co. as the Executive Assistant and Project Manager in 2013.
Simon graduated from Beijing Film Academy. With solid knowledge of computer networks and a deep understanding of the film industry, Simon is capable of applying modern management in the practice of film production and post-production.
Xintong graduated from Renmin University of China with a Bachelor of Economics. With 20 years experience in the film industry and a strong financial background, Xintong is familiar with the whole business process and, along with her experience, brings strong practical operational ability.
Wei graduated from Beijing Film Academy. Wei’s credits include Hero, House of Flying Daggers, Seven Swords, Missing , WuDang, The Flowers of War, My Lucky Star . His House of Flying Daggers awarded the Best Sound Effects by the American Association of Recording Engineers. His Seven swords was awarded by Hong Kong Film Award nomination for Best Sound Effects. Battle of Wits was nominated by Hong Kong Film Award for Best Sound Effects.Missing was awarded by the Taiwan Golden Horse Award for Best Sound Effects. The Flowers of War was awarded by MPSE (the association of American movie sound editing) award for Best Sound Editing.
Liang graduated from Dalian Nationalities University with a Bachelor degree of Design and Tsinghua University (Shenzhen Institute) with a Master of Business Administration. Liang is enthusiastic about film related industrial business, marketing and project developments. He has established and completed significant new initiatives in the Chinese film industry.
David graduated from Tsinghua University Engineering with a Bachelor of Physics and Beijing University’s Guanghua Academy with a Master of Business Administration.David looks after systems integration, project management, network construction and software development. David has accumulated a rich experience in film industry and has proved to be an efficient manager.
Van graduated from Jilin SiPing Normal college and worked in Beijing Radium Laser Technology Co., LTD from 2003 to 2005 as technical and after-sales engineer. In 2006 Van joined Soundfirm Beijing. His promotion from a junior tech assistant to Technical Director has prooved himself already.