Chinese Visual Festival 2015

Chinese Visual Festival (CVF) is proud to announce its 2015 program, which runs from May 7th – 22nd at King’s College London, with events also being held at the British Film Institute (BFI) Southbank, Bertha DocHouse and Chelsea College of Arts.  For its fifth edition, the festival is thrilled to welcome to London some of the most exciting directors currently working in Chinese language cinema, showcasing documentary, fiction and experimental video art from Mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore and beyond.

Highlights include:

Guest artists Zhang Peili, the father of Chinese Video Art, Wu Xiaohai and Rao Yifan
• Guest directors Gu Tao, Singing Chen, Yee Chih-Yen, Chiayun Wu, Shen Xin
• More than 40 cutting-edge films, including world and UK premieres
• Vision Taiwan strand, featuring the best in independent cinema from Taiwan
• Panel discussions and sessions on queer cinema, Hong Kong Urban Diary and more
• UK tour, including Newcastle, Nottingham and Sussex Universities

 For tickets and full schedule of this year's festival please click here.

Opening Film Last Moose Aoluguya Trailer

 

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