Tag Archives: Zhangke Jia

Zhangke Jia – Jiang hu er nv AKA Ash Is Purest White (2018)

A story of violent love within a time frame spanning from 2001 to 2017. Read More »

Jia Zhangke – Ying sheng AKA The Hedonists (2016)

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In China, three unemployed Shanxi laborers are looking for work. Their last hope is to be employed as performers in a surreal amusement park.

Tony Rayns wrote:
A showstopper, a funny/sad tale of three unemployed miners – their faces will be familiar to fans of Jia’s films – trying for ridiculous new jobs as bodyguards and theme-park actors. Read More »

Zhangke Jia – Gong gong chang suo aka in public (2001)

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sensesofcinema article :
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(…)the 1990s have witnessed the unprecedented development and modernization of the South Korean film industry, encouraged by multi-faceted efforts from the government. The creation of the Chonju/Jeonju Film Festival in 2000 matched the desire of involving South Korea in a cutting edge international film culture. In addition to homages to Asian (Hou Hsiao-hsien) or European (Chantal Akerman) auteurs, the Festival hosted a number of events devoted to digital filmmaking(…) Read More »