SHE might be only 27 and with just one film to her name, but if the art of good documentary making is timing, then Alison Klayman is an old master already.
Her film, Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry, is about to be released in the UK just as its subject is making headlines once more.
Ai Weiwei is the Chinese artist and activist who uses his work and the internet to rattle the Beijing authorities. Arrested last year on tax charges, he has since been released and told that his appeal against a $2.4 million fine for tax evasion has been turned down. Ai rejects the charges and says he is being punished for speaking out against the regime.
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