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30 Jan – 9 Feb 2025

Wang Bing

Wang Bing at IFFR

  • Fengming, a Chinese Memoir

    Intense documentary about the ageing journalist He Fengming who tells the sad but fascinating story of her life. Oral history in its most pure, effect

    • Exploding Cinema: New Dragon Inns
  • Crude Oil

    Wang Bing headed for a plateau in the Gobi desert to show just how much China needs oil at the moment. Just how hard they have to work there in barren

    • Exploding Cinema: New Dragon Inns
  • Tie Xi Qu: West of the Tracks – Part 1: Rust

    You need to book a whole day, but then you will go on a fantastic journey through a fascinating industrial empire in decay. In addition: one day is no

    • True Stories
  • Alone

    Three sisters aged 10, 6 and 4 have to cope more or less on their own in a remote mountainous region of Yunnan. Terrible poverty in China, shown with

    • Spectrum
  • ‘Til Madness Do Us Part

    China’s most famous documentary maker spent months in a municipal asylum, where patients are sometimes incarcerated for decades. This four-hour docume

    • Spectrum
  • Father and Sons

    In this documentary, Wang points his patient, poetic camera eye at the sad existence of a father and two sons whom he met while making Three Sisters.

    • Spectrum
  • Mrs. Fang

    Wang Bing continues to work, his empathy and concentration as great as ever, on an oeuvre depicting the struggles of poor Chinese to survive in a coun

    • Signatures