Luo Yan is a popular actress in China. She was twice nominated for the Hundred-Flower Award, China’s equivalent of the Oscars, for the films The Student Dormitory and The Girl in Red. She got her BA from the Shanghai Drama Institute in China and her MFA from Boston University. She produced, wrote and starred in Pavilion of Women, based on the book of the same name by Nobel Prize winning author, Pearl S. Buck. The film was also successfully distributed by Shanghai Moonstone International, a distribution company owned by Luo since 1995, in 888 theaters in China and received the highest box office record for China co-produced films for the year. Due to the film’s success, Luo founded a film marketing and distribution company in China, Moonstone China.
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