Robert Cain and Janet Yang became the senior advisors of Hanhai Studio

July 15 2015,

Robert Cain, the President of Pacific Bridge Pictures and Janet Yang, an award-winning producer, officially became the senior advisors of Hanhai Studio. They will bring valuable insights to our projects and start-ups from their own fields.

Janet Yang(Left) and Kelly Zhang are holding Mr. Hanguang Wang's calligraphy at Hanhai Studio.

Janet Yang(Left) and Kelly Zhang are holding Mr. Hanguang Wang's calligraphy at Hanhai Studio.

Robert Cain(Left) is given the letter of appointment by Hanhai Studio to be its senior advisor.

Robert Cain(Left) is given the letter of appointment by Hanhai Studio to be its senior advisor.

Janet Yang (born July 13, 1956) is a prominent Hollywood producer and entertainment and media consultant with deep roots in China. Yang has distinguished herself by serving as a Cultural Ambassador, bringing the creative and business worlds together, and bridging East and West. Yang has been named one of the "50 Most Powerful Women in Hollywood" by the Hollywood Reporter.

Her award-winning film and TV credits include The Joy Luck Club, The People vs. Larry Flynt, Dark Matter, Indictment: The McMartin Trial, Zero Effect, Shanghai Calling, High Crimes, and Documented. As a film producer, Yang has worked with some of the most formidable directors and actors in the world, and has discovered unique, often unheard voices and stories, bringing them into the mainstream. Yang is fluent in Mandarin Chinese. She splits her time between Los Angeles and China.

Robert Cain is a partner in film co-production company Pacific Bridge Pictures, and Founder /Publisher of ChinaFilmBiz, a blog focused on China’s filmed entertainment industry. He has worked for more than 25 years in Hollywood and the global entertainment industry, primarily as a production, finance, strategy and creative development expert.

He has been doing business in China since 1987, where his producing and entertainment management experience includes production of the TV broadcast Three Tenors in the Forbidden City; development and production executive on the 2008 Academy Award nominated film Mongol; consulting producer on the film Shanghai Kiss starring Kelly Hu and Hayden Panettiere; currently consulting to major Hollywood studios, animation companies and talent agencies on China matters. His past Chinese consulting clients include Shanghai Media Group, CCTV, China Film Group, and others.