Monthly Archives: February 2013

Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow – Arvin Chen’s rainbow rhapsody >> 63rd Berlinale

Young director Arvin Chen is a regular in Berlinale: his short film MEI won the 2007 Silver Bear in Berlin’s International Short Film Competition and his first feature AU REVOIR TAIPEI triumphed with the Best Asian Film Award from NETPAC

Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow – Arvin Chen’s rainbow rhapsody >> 63rd Berlinale

Young director Arvin Chen is a regular in Berlinale: his short film MEI won the 2007 Silver Bear in Berlin’s International Short Film Competition and his first feature AU REVOIR TAIPEI triumphed with the Best Asian Film Award from NETPAC

A bitter sweet symphony in modern China – Forgetting to Know You by Quan Ling >> 63rd Berlinale

Berlinale Forum: FORGETTING TO KNOW YOU / MO SHENG (2013) by first-time director Quan Ling. Henry David Thoreau once wrote: “The masses of men lead lives of quiet desperation”. That is somewhat the state of being in the film debut

A bitter sweet symphony in modern China – Forgetting to Know You by Quan Ling >> 63rd Berlinale

Berlinale Forum: FORGETTING TO KNOW YOU / MO SHENG (2013) by first-time director Quan Ling. Henry David Thoreau once wrote: “The masses of men lead lives of quiet desperation”. That is somewhat the state of being in the film debut

The digital communist manifesto – TPB AFK by Simon Klose >> 63rd Berlinale

an interview with director Simon Klose Netizens of the world, unite! Five years after the “The Pirate Bay trial”, director Simon Klose had a full house of audience in the world premiere of his documentary TPB AFK: THE PIRATE BAY

The digital communist manifesto – TPB AFK by Simon Klose >> 63rd Berlinale

an interview with director Simon Klose Netizens of the world, unite! Five years after the “The Pirate Bay trial”, director Simon Klose had a full house of audience in the world premiere of his documentary TPB AFK: THE PIRATE BAY

Longing for the Rain by Yang Lina >> IFFR 2013

Started making documentaries since 1996, director Yang Lina has been remembered for her intimate record of a group of retired seniors in a Beijing residential community in Old Men (1999), with which she swept almost every top award in documentary

Longing for the Rain by Yang Lina >> IFFR 2013

Started making documentaries since 1996, director Yang Lina has been remembered for her intimate record of a group of retired seniors in a Beijing residential community in Old Men (1999), with which she swept almost every top award in documentary

the dGenerate ecology: a talk with Kevin Lee

dGenerate Films is by far the most influential company distributing contemporary Chinese independent films. Kevin Lee, Vice President of Programming and Education of dGenerate Films, talked about the company’s history, scale and target audience; the filmmakers’ strengths and exposures in

the dGenerate ecology: a talk with Kevin Lee

dGenerate Films is by far the most influential company distributing contemporary Chinese independent films. Kevin Lee, Vice President of Programming and Education of dGenerate Films, talked about the company’s history, scale and target audience; the filmmakers’ strengths and exposures in