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One Recluse

In June 2008, Yang Jia carried a knife, a hammer, a gas mask, pepper spray, gloves and Molotov co... Read more

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So Sorry

As a sequel to Ai Weiwei’s film "Disturbing the Peace," the film "So Sorry" (named after the arti... Read more

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Ordos 100

"Ordos 100" provides a picture of an Ai Weiwei at the pinnacle of his artistic fame, but not yet ... Read more

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Going to School with Father on My Back

Shiwa, the son of a poor Chinese farmer, is doing well at school. But when his mother dies and hi... Read more

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Web Junkie

China is the first country in the world to classify Internet addiction as a clinical disorder. Ca... Read more

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Stuttgart Shanghai

A young pair from Stuttgart fly to Shanghai to hop aboard the textile business of his father whil... Read more

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The Nature of Existence

After exploring the phenomenon of TREKKIES, filmmaker Roger Nygard takes on The Nature of Existen... Read more

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Oxhide II

Just as in her previous film, Oxhide, the Chinese director films herself and her parents in their... Read more

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Disorder

A "city symphony" full of dark humor that weaves together a collage of absurd sounds and events. Read more

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Dong

China's greatest living filmmaker Jia Zhangke (Platform, The World) travels with acclaimed painte... Read more

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I Wish I Knew

Focuses on the people, their stories and architecture spanning from the mid-1800s, when Shanghai ... Read more