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JIA ZHANGKE one of the Best Chinese Filmmaker,But one of the best filmmakers in the world too.Had not only his film screened at the festival,But also was present himself during the festival for a Q&A on his Films and his filmmaking journey.Two of his movies were screened during the week the festival was held “A Touch of Sin”(THAIN ZHU DING) and “Unknown Pleasures “(RÈN XIÃO YÁO) Two of his most popular work he is known for in his recent past. 507 more words


China to Launch Art House Film Circuit

China is to get its first circuit of cinemas specializing in the exhibition of art-house films. The long-awaited move involves a coalition of public and private companies. 397 more words


Jia Zhangke Reveals Plans for ‘Journey to the West’ Film (EXCLUSIVE)

MUMBAI — Chinese auteur Jia Zhangke has revealed plans to produce a film based on “Journey to the West,” based on the classic 16th century novel by Wu Cheng’en. 215 more words


FilmClub to screen Jia Zhangke's 'A Touch of Sin'

FilmClub will be screening A Touch of Sin, directed by Jia Zhangke, at the Tatham Art Gallery in Chief Albert Luthuli Street, Pietermaritzburg at 7 pm on Tuesday, October 11. 348 more words

Title Matchup: Still Life vs Still Life

In Title Matchup we pit two films with the exact same title against each other to see which comes out on top. Today’s versus match is between Jia Zhangke’s Still Life (2006) and Uberto Pasolini’s Still Life (2013). 385 more words


VIFF 2016: Beautiful 2016 (Hideo Nakata; Alec Su; Stanley Kwan; Jia Zhangke, 2016)

There are always one or two duds in these omnibus things, so let’s get those out of the way. Beautiful 2016’s first short is an embarrassing Ozu homage that repurposes his hometown (Kamakura) and his one-time actress (Kyoko Kagawa), though if you’re going to steal from the master, at least do us the favor of making off with some of his good humor. 446 more words

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Mumbai Festival to Honor China’s Jia Zhangke, India’s Sai Paranjpye  

The 18th MAMI Mumbai Film Festival will honor Chinese auteur Jia Zhangke and Indian filmmaker Sai Paranjpye with ‘Excellence in Cinema’ awards.

The festival that runs Oct. 222 more words