The first-time filmmaker talks about providing new insight on the artist/activist who prides himself on making China a more transparent place.
The director talks about his galvanizing gangster drama set in a ever-changing China and the ongoing rewards of his collaboration with Zhao Tao.
The journalist-turned-filmmaker talks about making a brilliant modern comedy that rises to the challenge of capturing new China through a family that may be left behind in the name of progress.
One of the world's most well-traveled directors on making a film based on one of China's most cherished texts after being banned from the country and remembering the late, great composer James Horner.
The director of an urgent new doc profiling a Chinese activist who shines a light on government corruption talks about evading secret police and smuggling footage out of the country.
The "Beijing Taxi" filmmaker talks about observing the cultural assimilation of two Chinese students at an American boarding school in her latest film.
This adventurous look at the Chinese restaurant staple reveals the complexities of US-China relations.
On sneaking the incisive, socially conscious meditation on violence past Chinese censors.
Sundance couldn't have asked for more opening night fireworks than this dazzling doc about the contemporary Chinese artist.
After the somber "Last Train Home," the filmmaker returns with an exuberant look at China's youngest generation through its popular "Superboy" singing competition.