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A Distribution Deal with Criminals … It’s a win win

We’ve made a deal with some of the “dubious” DVD shops scattered around Beijing to stock our DVD of This Is Sanlitun. The DVD is available in Sanlitun and Shunyi. Although these shops (as with all DVD shops in Beijing) are operating in somewhat of a grey area, we have secured a good sales deal and to be quite honest these shops seem to be a bit more above board than our actual legal sales agents and distributors here in China. We have yet to see any figures, numbers or money from our iQiYi (Baidu) deal, yet our film has amassed over one million views through their online video platform. Here’s to the honest pirates!

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DVD available in Beijing Pirate Stores!

The DVD of my movie This Is Sanlitun is out now and available in most Sanlitun district DVD shops in Beijing. It will also be available through our Facebook page.

Bonus Material Includes:

  • Deleted Scenes
  • Blooper Reels & Outtakes From Production
  • Commentary track by Robert Douglas, Carlos Ottery & Chris Loton
  • TIFF 2013 Featurette
  • Original Soundtrack by Jordan Thomas Mitchell
  • Promotional Spots & Trailers
  • The Original 20 Minute Version (Financing Version)
  • Social Media Artwork, Wallpapers & Images

PAL DVD ALL REGIONS – DVD9 – 95 Minutes – 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround -English Language (Chinese Subtitles). 

DVD This Is Sanlitun

This is Sanlitun available to rent or buy!

This is Sanlitun is now available to rent ($2.99) or to download ($7.99) at Vimeo on Demand.

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Trailer – This is Sanlitun

A pair of hapless ex-pats discover that Beijing isn’t the hotbed of entrepreneurial opportunity they had anticipated in this hilarious and timely look at the West’s obsession with the East.

10 Movie Stills from "GEE" (Working title)

Preliminary shooting is done and although there are a few pick up days ahead of us most of the shooting is in the can, so to speak. I’m currently syncing the sound files to the video files and have started a rough cut. We came up with a title the other day, based on the theme’s, location and well … weirdness of the movie so far.

how about Manhattan 2 : Beijing

How on earth we’ll convince the investors that this is a viable title, I don’t know 🙂

Gee / June 15th Pictures

Shooting Pictures & Stills
Lunch Break

David acting as Jonathan Taylor-Sharpe get’s the French sound treatment

Tired crew at the office

Jo Jo orders a van for The Great Wall outing

On the way to The Great Wall

Cool Headphones

Director and Leonardo discuss

Tai Chi in Tuanjiehu Park

Sound in the park

Still from Gee

Still from Gee