Qiu Yang

Qiu Yang Qiu Yang was born and raised in Changzhou, China. In 2013, he was selected for the prestigious directing course at the Victorian College of the Arts. In 2014, his short The World was selected for several international film festivals including the Melbourne International Film Festival. In 2015, his short Under the Sun was selected for Cinéfondation – La Sélection and was the only

Pengfei Song

  Pengfei Song Pengfei Song was born in a family of Peking Opera performers in Beijing. Under the influence of his family, he developed a strong passion for the arts. After graduating from high school, he went to Paris to study film at L’Institute International Image et du Son and majored in film directing. After 7 years of immersion in European culture, which transformed his

Midi Z

Midi Z Midi Z is a Myanmar-born Taiwanese film director. He studied Film Directing in Taiwan. In 2009, he was named one of the most prominent directors by the Taipei Golden Horse Film Academy. Return to Burma, his debut feature, was selected for the Tiger Awards Competition in 2012 and The Palace on the Sea led to a Tiger Award nomination in 2014. Midi Z's Ice Poison (2014) won Best Film in Edinburgh

Wang Bing

Wang Bing Wang Bing was born in 1967 in Xi'an. He studied photography at the Beaux Arts in Sheyang. After the Beaux Arts, he was admitted to the Film Academy; he discovered the cinema of Antonioni, Bergman, Pasolini. In 2002, he directed West of the tracks, nine-hour documentary on the end of a huge industrial area of China. A first version of five hours is shown at the Berlin

Tsai Ming Liang

Tsai Ming Liang Tsai Ming Liang is a Malaysian Chinese filmmaker. He has written and directed 10 feature films and has also directed many short films and television films. Tsai is one of the most celebrated "Second New Wave" film directors of Taiwanese cinema. His films have been acclaimed worldwide and have won numerous film festival awards. Filmography: Features 2013 : Stray Dogs 2009 : Face 2006 : I Don't Want

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