Chinese movies at Toronto Film Festival 2016

Toronto Film Festival 2016
The Toronto International Film Festival is one of the largest publicly attended film festivals in the world, attracting over 480,000 people annually. Founded in...

Old Stone

Old Stone
A hard-working cab driver in a bustling Chinese metropolis is plunged into a bureaucratic nightmare when he takes an injured man to the hospital. Directed...

Mad World

Mad World
Mad World: “To avoid, or to confront? To deny, or to embrace? To give up, or to make a change?” Directed by Wong Chun Original title:...

Godspeed

Godspeed
Na Dow, a punk who grew up lying, stealing and fooling around, decides to straighten out and takes his first steady job as a...

Chung Mong-Hong

Chung Mong-Hong
CHUNG Mong-Hong (钟孟宏) was born in Ping-Tong, Taiwan. He received his B. S. in Computer Engineering from National Chao Tung University in Taiwan,  and...

The Cinema of Ang Lee

The Cinema of Ang Lee
The Other Side of the Screen

KU QIAN, Bitter Money, a film by Wang Bing

KU QIAN
Presented at Venezia 73, Orizzonti. In a fast growing city of East China, migrants have been arriving and living for a dream of a...

Chinese movies presented at 60th BFI London Film Festival

60th BFI London Film Festival
The 60th BFI London Film Festival is an annual film festival held in London. It screens more than 300 films, documentaries and shorts from...

What’s in the Darkness

What’s in the Darkness
Young, female coming-of-age dramas are a rich seam for genre filmmakers, from Carrie to Ginger Snaps. But it’s rare to see such a young...

Sea of Clouds

Sea of Clouds
Shot in Taiwan and structured around an interview with the artist Chen Chieh-jen, Sea of Clouds focuses on the public film screenings that took...
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