Leo Fang - Asian-American TV & Film Alliance
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Leo Fang

Notwithstanding his MBA background, Leo describes his truest passion film and TV. Subsequent to attaining his business degree, he studied film directing and cinematography at Pittsburgh Filmmakers. Serving as producer, actor and screenwriter, Mr. Fang has been seen in some of China’s most popular television series, including (translation): “Don’t Lie To Me,” “I Need to Live On,” “Romance in the Kitchen,” “The Magic Blade,” and more.

Three current independent films he has had a hand in producing include “Ghost in Shanghai,” “Melon Harvest,” and “The Killing Game,” with the “Killing Game” scheduled for screening during the 2017 Shanghai International Short Film Festival.