In My Eyes
Director: Yi Han
Only after the birth of his daughter, a blind man who lost his eyesight as an eight-year-old and was abused by his parents and relatives, finally begins to heal and rediscover what happiness fells like.
Producers: Malcolm Clarke, Yi HAN
Shanghai International Film Festival - 2018
In competition for Golden Goblet Awards
(CO-EDITed with NAN ZHANG)
Director: Nan ZHANG
111 mins, 2018
A young Chinese folk singer left his hometown to the big city, only to return to his musical traditions. On this journey, his humor, anger and powerful folk songs all comes from the rural life of past. That's the real taste of soil and dust.
Producers: Ruby Chen, Sinae Ha, Yong Zhang
Boda Media Group / CNEX Foundation
International Film Festival Rotterdam -2018
(final cut editor)
Director: Zhou Yan
Kobbar is a 73 min long creative documentary produced by Zhou Yan about the inmates in Kumla prison in Sweden. Kumla is known as the Underground Kingdom. Inside the largest Swedish A-rate prison, the corridors connecting every section are covered with artwork done by inmates with the support from established artists.
Producer: Zhou yan, Zhang Yun
Mountain fire production(China) / Shanghai TXDH Films(China) / Palmroos Produktion (Sweden)
stockholm international film festival - 2016
Beijing international Film Festival - 2017
L’Africain qui voulait voler
The African Who Wants to Fly
Director: Samantha Biffort
Today he is a star of dozens of kung fu films and working behind the camera with Jackie Chan’s crew. But how Luc Bendza, born in a small Gabonese town, became a kung fu master in an art that didn’t count any African before him?
This is the story of a kid who wanted to fly like Chinese fighters, so passionate he tackled his destiny and entered the legendary Shaolin Temple at the age of 15.
His saga begins when he’s 10 and starts shooting his own kung fu films with his friends in the streets of Koulamoutou...
Producers: Aurélien Bodinaux, Oualid Baha, Pierre Ceccaldi
Neon Rouge Production(Belgium) / TACT Production(France) / Princesse M(Gabon)
Festival International du Film Francophone de Namur (Belgium)
Les Escales Documentaires de Libreville (Libreville - Gabon)
Special Jury Prize
Escales Documentaires de La Rochelle (La Rochelle - France)
AFRICLAP (Toulouse - France)
Paul Soumanou Prize of Best Documentary Film
A Great Day In Paris
DirectOR: Michka SAÄL
Within the jazz milieu of Paris, a story of music and friendship that revolves around questions of artistic exile, and begins and ends with a photograph.
Producer: Michka Saäl
Produced with assistance from Embryo Productions (Quebec), French Cuisine (France), and 24 Images (France)
BronzeLens Film Festival, Atlanta, Georgia
MIMO 15, Amarante, Portugal
DOC-Cévennes, Lasalle, France
Lac in Blue Festival, Annecy, France
Rendez-vous Québec Cinéma, Montréal, Québec
Jazz Day, Fouras, France
Cry from the Port, Marseille, France
Cinéma Saint André des Arts, Paris, France
(Co-edited with Hannele Halm)
Director: Yung Chang
In central China, a Master coach recruits poor rural teenagers and turns them into Western-style boxing champions. The top students face dramatic choices as they graduate -- should they fight for the collective good or for themselves? A metaphor for the choices everyone in the New China faces now.
Producers: Bob Moore, Peter Wintonick, Han Yi, Zhao Qi
Eyesteelfilm(Canada) / Yuangfang Media(China) / CNEX Foundation
Sundance Film Festival
Nominee Grand Jury PrizeWorld Cinema - Documentary
Golden Horse Film Festival
Winner Golden Horse AwardBest Documentary
Milan Film Festival 2012
Winner Best Feature Film - International Competition