Made in China: Reforming China’s Supply Chain

Runtime: 9:21
Country: China
Language: English
Category: 2019 | Short Documentaries/TV Documentaries (2019)

For years, China has valued aggressive growth at the cost of environmental protection. Ma Jun emerged as a bold and singular voice, willing to stand up to powerful political and economic interests. His groundbreaking use of data and transparency holds industry accountable and makes clear the costs of toxic pollution.
Gabriel Diamond, Director
Matthew Beighley, Director
Matthew Beighley, Editor
Phil Collis, Executive Producer
Gabriel Diamond, Cinematographer
San Francisco Independent Film Festival
San Francisco, CA
United States
February 2, 2019
USA Premiere
Audience Award: Best Documentary Short

Gabriel Diamond

Gabriel Diamond is the staff filmmaker for the Skoll Foundation where he documents the work of visionaries and social entrepreneurs. A short documentary/music video he co-directed called “Rise” features a concept he birthed called a “Vulnerable Rally” and has over 1.2 million views online. In 2010 he completed “Less,” a feature narrative film about a man who chose to be homeless on the streets of San Francisco. It won Honorable Mention at Dances with Films and is available on Amazon Prime. Along with Ken Ikeda he co-founded the Youth Sounds Factory, a filmmaking lab for Bay Area youth. Works created under his mentorship won top prizes at dozens of national festivals including an Emmy. In his work he strives to promote empathy, magic between strangers, and inspiring ideas. When not making films you can often find him exploring various conscious dance modalities. See more at

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