China Tag Archive

A Woman Gives Birth to a Jellyfish in Jian Luo’s ‘What Do You Know About the Water and the...

Film Festival, Live Action

7th October, 2019

We speak to Jian Luo about her moving, surreal story of a young woman who gives birth to a live jellyfish 'What Do You Know About the Water and the Moon'.

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Roni Shao Reveals How China’s Underground Artists Are Pushing the Boundaries of Art & Culture in ‘Frontiers’

Art & Fashion, Documentary, Music

31st July, 2019

Roni Shao explains how he navigated the new frontiers of self-expression defining the future of Chinese art & culture in multi-sensory feast 'Frontiers'.

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Nike – Further Than Ever

Asides, Live Action

24th June, 2019

Ian Pons Jewell throws us into the thick of the action in 'Further Than Ever' – a kinetic celebration of Chinese female athletes created for Nike.

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How Ian Pons Jewell Lined up Viral Success for Nike in Future Football Ad Spot ‘Dare to Become’

Live Action

5th November, 2018

DN talks to Ian Pons Jewell about his viral 'Dare To Become' Nike ad spot - an exhilarating playful mix of future tech and dynamically shot football.

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Red

Asides, Live Action

5th October, 2018

The freeing affirmation of a teen’s cross-dressing comfort is disrupted when they inadvertently bump into their father in Yuchao Feng’s 'Red'.

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Don’t Call Me Precious

Asides, Live Action

7th September, 2018

Ben Brand demonstrates the resilience of children in 'Don’t Call Me Precious', an ad spot made for Nike China featuring four real-life child athletes.

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Embracing Human Instinct, Amber Xu’s ‘Luscious’ Denotes Boundless Pleasure Through Fantasy

Animation

10th August, 2016

We speak to Amber Xu about her animated look inside the human psyche and the power of its creativity in fantasy short ‘Luscious’

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Hu Wei Explores the Erosion of Tibetan Culture in Oscar Nominated Short ‘Butter Lamp’

Art & Fashion

21st January, 2015

Ostensibly the story of a photographer and his assistant capturing family portraits of the inhabitants of a remote Tibetan village, Hu Wei's experimental

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18F44

Animation, Art & Fashion

16th April, 2013

Generated in real-time in with open source programming language Processing, Raven Kwok’s 18F44 is a transfixing experiment of growth, mutation,

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SubWars

Animation

29th April, 2012

SubWars, the latest animation from Chinese director SeanSoong highlights exactly why you should always give up your seat for an elderly person. Equally

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Cat Picks up the Girl

Animation

3rd April, 2012

A cat picks up a girl and feeds her. The cat tell the girl what is life and tenderness of time. She breaths the refreshing air in the city, she takes

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Killer Toys

Animation

22nd November, 2011

Created using Adobe Photoshop and Premiere, Dongjie Zhu’s graduating film from the China Academy of Art, Killer Toys takes us into the imagination of

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