Ron Gilbert on $upercapitalist
Thank you Ron Gilbert for your support!
$upercapitalist in culturevulture.net
““$upercapitalist” exposes the heady, fast-paced, amoral world of New York/Hong Kong high finance and its impact on traditional Hong Kong family enterprises. The basic plot we’ve seen before, both in film and reality. Hostile takeovers, short sales and other financial devices profit financiers, but may break up companies and hurt
$upercapitalist in channelAPA.com
Great information on our film on channelAPA.com by Kevin Hsieh.
$upercapitalist on KTSF
Local News that ran on Television in San Francisco.
$upercapitalist LA Premiere
On August 31, 2012, join the $upercapitalist L.A. opening at Laemmle’s Noho 7, Los Angeles, CA. Help us open big at the box office! Get your tickets now! Your ticket stub or receipt will get you into the after party at Le Ka hosted by Privy.net where you’ll mingle with cast, crew and other $upercapitalists.
$upercapitalist SF Premiere
On August 24, 2012, join the $upercapitalist S.F. opening at the Landmark Opera Plaza Cinema, San Francisco, CA. Help us open big at the box office! Get your tickets now! Your ticket stub or receipt will get you into the after party at O3 Bistro and Lounge where you’ll mingle with cast, crew and other
$upercapitalist in AsianConnections.com
Review of $upercapitalist by Lia Chang at AsianConnections
$upercapitalist in International Herald Tribune
“The Chinese-American author and star of a new movie that tackles globalization and high finance has talked about the wide varieties of Asian identity, and the general western tendency to lump all Asians into a single category.” – International Herald Tribune
$upercapitalist in The New York Times
“In light of the public attitude toward bankers, those who work for Mitt Romney should watch this film and talk to its star and screenwriter, Derek Ting. That’s because Mr. Ting has made a film that raises some provocative political questions, but his personal agenda is entirely artistic: He set
$upercapitalist Interview on BBC
“A new financial thriller called Supercapitalist has just been released. Set in New York and Hong Kong, it stars Linus Roache. It is an independently produced picture brought together by Asian-American actor and writer Derek Ting. It took Ting, who now lives in Hong Kong, six years to get Supercapitalist