Lost Course (Hong Kong, 2019)

The time for action has passed. I’m older now. The time for reflection has started. — Bruno in Le petit soldat (1960/1963) Early in Jill Li’s debut work, the documentary Lost Course, one of the […]

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Call for Papers – Special issue of the British Journal of Chinese Studies on Games and Gaming in China and the Sinophone World

The British Journal of Chinese Studies invites submissions of abstracts for research articles and short essays on topics related to gaming in China and the Sinophone world. Digital gaming has become a huge industry in […]

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on Mar, 08 · in News

Chinese Portrait (China, 2018)

Though Chinese Portrait is his first documentary film, Wang Xiaoshuai is no stranger to what can be called documentary realism. Particularly in his early films of the 1990s such as The Days (1993, his directorial […]

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on Aug, 17 · in Reviews

Knife in the Clear Water (China, 2016)

Knife in the Clear Water is set in Ningxia, northwest of China, in a remote mountainous village called Xihaigu. As an independent filmmaker, Wang Xuebo wanted to ensure the authenticity of the production by casting […]

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on Aug, 09 · in Reviews

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