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Wang Xiaoshuai (Director, Writer, Producer) Wang Xiaoshuai is one of very few masters who remains true to his art in spite of rampant commercialism in the Chinese film market. Evoking the trauma of ordinary Chinese people caught in extraordinary times, his works span different eras, yet consistently reflect a strong social conscience. Born in 1966, ... See full bio »

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So Long, My Son Director
(2019)
Red Amnesia Director
(2014)
11 Flowers Director
(2011)
Beijing Bicycle Director
(2001)

Filmography

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 2018 Chinese Portrait (Documentary)
 2015 The Cornfield (Short)
 2014 Red Amnesia
 2012 L'archivio a oriente (Documentary)
 2011 11 Flowers
 2006 After War (segment "The New Year")
 2003 Drifters
 1999 The House
 1996 Frozen (as Wu Ming)
 1993 The Days
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Other Works:

Member of the jury of BigScreen Italia Film Festival, Kunming, Yunnan, China

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1 Print Biography | 2 Articles | See more »


Alternate Names:

Wu Ming | Ming Wu
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Filmed "Frozen" (1996) anonymously, under the pseudonym Wu Ming, (which means "No Name" in Chinese) because of restrictions against making independent films in China. See more »

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