The six selected films are available to watch free worldwide at the Virtual Viewing Room from 22 April to 1 May.
Dharamshala International Film Festival showcases Chinese independent documentaries online
Mumbai - 23 Apr 2022 18:30 IST
Beginning yesterday, the Dharamshala International Film Festival is curating six Chinese independent documentaries online in its Virtual Viewing Room till 1 May.
Free screenings! ‘A Small Atlas of Chinese Independent Documentaries’, programmed by filmmaker & curator @zhurikun will be available to anyone around the world for free from 22 April to 1 May on DIFF Virtual Viewing Room. More details here: https://t.co/yYnmArJC3W pic.twitter.com/cnrQk3dnUI— Dharamshala Intl Film Fest (@DIFFindia) April 20, 2022
Programmed by filmmaker and curator Zhu Rikun, these include Wang Chuyu's Ants Dynamics (2020), Li Yifan's Chronicle Of Longwang (2007), Wen Hui's Listening To Third Grandmother's Stories (2011), Ma Zhandong's One Day In May (2011), Zhao Dayong's One Says No (2020), and Cui Zi’en's We Are The... Of Communism (2007).
Speaking about these six curated features, Zhu said, “This selection may be contradictory because it is aimed at a less predictable audience. In the end the hope is to provide a small degree of choice, before losing it totally."
The six films are available free worldwide. The Dharamshala festival celebrated its tenth edition last year in November.
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