been screened at festivals such as the 47th Visions du Réel (Switzerland, 2016) and the 14th Docudays UA (Ukraine, 2016). It won Best Documentary (International Co-production) at the 7th Beijing International Film Festival (China, 2017). DIREC TOR S
Yu Haibo (b. 1962) is one of China’s most prominent documentary photographers, and is considered a pioneer of surrealist photography in the country. His photo story China Dafen Oil Painting Village won the 49th World Press Photography Contest in 2006. Today, he is the Chief Photo Editor of the Shenzen Economic Daily and director of the Shenzen Professional Photographers Association. China’s Van Goghs is his first feature film.
Yu Tianqi Kiki is an Associate Professor of Film and Screen Studies at Shanghai Jiao Tong University (China), and a producer at Century Image Media Ltd. She is also the co-founder of DSL CineMag, a magazine that promotes Chinese New Cinema, and has a forthcoming book titled ‘My’ Self on Camera: First Person Documentary Practice in Twentyfirst Century China (2017) published by the University of Edinburgh Press.
Published on Sep 13, 2017
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