I recently checked in with writer and performer Apphia Campbell, whose solo stage production Black is the Color of My Voice–inspired by the life of Nina Simone–heads into its closing weekend in Shanghai, before taking off for to Big Apple for the Midtown International Theater Festival. The article was put together for Shanghai 247. You can read the complete article here.
I recently sat down to talk with Italian director and cinematographer Gianpaolo Lupori as part of a series of arts features for Shanghai 247.
Since coming to China in 2005, Lupori has shot nearly half-a-dozen independent films including Meatspace (2006), Dark Moon (2007), and Roving Dreams (2010) and is currently wrapping up post-production on his latest project, Nighthawks (2013). His work explores questions of personal expression, urbanism, and the impact of technology on Chinese culture and society.
You can check out the complete interview here.