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'China's Spielberg' comes to UK for BFI film season

19 February 2014 Last updated at 20:42 GMT

A film director, who is often called China's answer to Steven Spielberg, has come to the UK, where the British Film Institute in London is mounting a season of his work.

Feng Xiaogang has spoken out against censorship in his country, saying his aim is to ''reflect the lives of people in China today''.

He is also developing his first English-language film with the producer of Four Weddings and a Funeral and Notting Hill.

Nick Higham reports.

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