Ning Hao

Ning Hao was born in Shanxi in 1977. His student film at the Photography Department at Beijing Film Academy Thursday, Wednesday (2001) won several awards at Chinese student film festivals. His debut feature Incense (2003) premiered at Locarno, won the Grand Prize at Tokyo Filmex and the Gold Prize in the Asian DV Competition at Hong Kong IFF. It was also awarded as Best Film of 2004 by HK Arts Centre and shown in official selection at seven international festivals, namely San Sebastian, Vancouver, Munich, Vienna, Sydney, California and Taiwan South Film Festival. His latest film Mongolian Ping Pong (2004) was selected for Berlin and Hong Kong and will be in competition in Shanghai IFF.

Poster for the movie "My People My Homeland"

My People My Homeland

A collection of six short, funny tales about life in China. In different parts of rural China, various people explore what makes their communities unique.

Poster for the movie "Crazy Racer"

Crazy Racer

An action-adventure story focused on the lives of express deliverymen, traffic cops and lonely beauties.

Poster for the movie "Breakup Buddies"

Breakup Buddies

Recently cuckolded and reeling from a messy divorce, a hapless former singer hits the road – and the bar – with his all-too-helpful best bud, in this hilarious romantic comedy.

Poster for the movie "Mongolian Ping Pong"

Mongolian Ping Pong

Bilike has never seen a ping-pong ball before. He and his family live without electricity and running water in a solitary tent home among the vast steppe grasslands. The magnificent landscape here has changed little since the days of Genghis Kahn. But life in the middle of nowhere can be exciting for a young boy. The smallest of details become big events for curious Bilike and his best friends Erguotou and Dawa. The mystery of … Read more

Poster for the movie "Guns and Roses"

Guns and Roses

The film tells the story of a group of Chinese youths who robbed a bank of the “Manchuguo”, a puppet regime formed in China’s northeastern provinces by Japanese invaders in the 1930s and ’40s.

Poster for the movie "The Palace"

The Palace

In Qing Dynasty, Chen Xiang and Liuli became maids and friends in the imperial palace. Liuli wanted to be famous whereas Chen Xiang just wanted to live a normal life. Liuli attempted to change her life by knowing the prince, even at the cost of betraying Chen Xiang.

Poster for the movie "No Man's Land"

No Man’s Land

The film starts with a story about how two monkeys band together and cooperate to survive in the wild, which is used to illustrate how human society is formed. By casting its characters in a desolate, uninhabited no man’s land, the film explores the tension between human’s animal instincts and their socially constructed selves. Pan Xiao, a young middle-class lawyer played by Xu Zheng, goes to a rural western town in the desert to handle … Read more

Poster for the movie "Crazy Stone"

Crazy Stone

Three thieves try to steal a valuable jade that is tightly guarded by a security chief. But the security guards are not the only obstacle these thieves are facing. An extremely unlucky internationally known master thief is also trying to get a hand on this piece of precious jade. What would be the final destination of this piece of crazy stone?