To Have and Have Not: The Changing Faces of China [*Institutional License]

#
$175.00
To Have and Have Not: The Changing Faces of China [*Institutional License]
See video
Price: $175.00

This is no longer Mao's China; not even Red China. It's the new China.

Every year China's economy struggles to absorb 20 million new unemployed, while the newly rich move to gated communities with private schools and tennis courts.

Once the home of the "iron rice bowl" and social equality for all, China has joined the ranks of the World Trade Organization. The country's new commitment to private enterprise and free markets may change China more in a single year than most countries change in a decade. This extraordinarily candid film introduces viewers to a cross-section of China's population, from the unemployed to the working poor, all the way up the laddar to the nouveau riche.

Release Date: 
2002

Credits

Producer/Director
Jon Alpert

Awards

Cine Golden Eagle Award
*Institutional Exhibition License: 

After making your purchase, your institution will automatically be issued with an institutional exhibition license for each product (Program) you are purchasing.

A copy of this license will be mailed to you with your order.

The institutional exhibition license when issued entitles your organization to exhibit the Program(s) you have purchased to non-paying audiences, library lending rights, and a lifetime replacement should your copy become unusable. (You must return the defective tape or DVD to qualify.)

All DCTV Programs are protected by U.S. Copyright Law. Duplication and/or commercial exhibition to fee-paying audiences are strictly prohibited.

Downtown Community Television Center (DCTV) is a not-for-profit media center dedicated to providing access to low-cost or free professional training in all aspects of digital media and production and post-production facilities to independent artists and underserved communities, particularly inner-city youth. The proceeds from all sales go directly towards sustaining DCTV's valuable programs.

Topics: