17. 02. 2014

Chinese Film Noir ‘Black Coal, Thin Ice’ Wins Golden Bear

Courtesy of Fortissimo The film from director Diao Yinan is set in the Chinese provinces. Wes Anderson’s “Grand Budapest Hotel” takes Berlinale Jury Prize as Richard Linklater wins best director Silver Bear for...

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03. 02. 2014

Exhibition: Sun Xun at Hayward Gallery

The Hayward Gallery’s Project Space is presenting an exhibition of the Chinese artist Sun Xun. Titled ‘Yesterday is Tomorrow’,it is the artist’s first solo show in a UK public institution. Sun compiles series...

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21. 01. 2014

Event: Feng Xiaogang in Conversation

At the BFI, London, 21 February, 6.15pm We’re delighted to welcome Feng Xiaogang to the BFI stage. As China’s most successful filmmaker, Feng Xiaogang started by making hugely enjoyable comedies like Cell Phone...

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20. 01. 2014

On show: Sun Xun at Hayward Gallery, London

Hayward Gallery presents Yesterday is Tomorrow, the first solo show in a UK public institution by Chinese artist Sun Xun. Born in 1980 in Fuxin, Xun currently lives in Beijing. For the Hayward Gallery...

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08. 01. 2014


Petra von Kant, Gustav von Aschenbach, Jake Gittes, Evelyn Mulwray: These cinematic heroes and heroines have little in common except for having all been re-depicted by the Singaporean artist Ming Wong, who takes...

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