贾樟柯 | Jia Zhangke

Jia Zhangke (born 1970 in Fenyang, Shanxi, China) is a Chinese film director. He is generally regarded as a leading figure of the “Sixth Generation” movement of Chinese cinema. Jia’s early films, a loose trilogy based in his home province of Shanxi, were made outside of China’s state-run film bureaucracy, and therefore are considered “underground” films. Beginning in 2004, Jia’s status in his own country was raised when he was allowed to direct his fourth feature film, The World, with state approval. Jia’s films have received critical praise and have been recognized internationally, notably winning the Venice Film Festival’s top award for Still Life.

Films on Chinese Cinema :

Pickpocket2 Platform Unknown Pleasures The World Still Life 24 City

Films that need to be added : N/A

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