Huang Jian-xin

Huang Jianxin (1954, Xi'an) served in the army, worked as photographer and was on the staff of a literary magazine. He was production manager and assistant director with the Xi'an film studio and studied from 1983 to 1985 at the film academy in Peking. He made his début in 1986 with The Black Cannon Incident, screened at the Rotterdam Film Festival in 1987.


The Black Cannon Incident (1986), The Stand-In/Dislocation (1987), Samsara (1988), Zhanzhiluo, bie paxia!/Stand Up, Don't Grovel! (1992), Wu kui/The Wooden Man's Bride (1993), Back to Back, Face to Face (1994), Signal Left, Turn Right (1996)