Leids filmfestival showing Chinese films

October 24, 2011 at 2:00 pm Leave a comment

Let the bullets flyGood news for all Chinese movie lovers: at the Leids Filmfestival this year, there will be a track of Chinese films called ‘The Reel China‘.

It all starts on Wednesday October 26 with the showing of Aftershock, one of the major box office hits in China last year. The movie, directed by Feng Xiaogang, tells the story of a family separated by the great Tangshan earthquake of 1976. The film will have a short introduction by Anne Sytske Keijser.

The other films are Let the bullets fly, a Chinese bandit story from the 1920s, and Piano in a Factory, a story set in the 1990s about a divorced man building a piano for his daughter so she will live with him.

All films are sponsored by the Confucius Institute.

  • Wednesday October 26, 18:30 – Trianon 1: Aftershock
  • Thursday October 27, 21.00 – Kijkhuis 2: Piano in a Factory
  • Friday October 28, 14.15 – Trianon 1: Let the Bullets Fly
  • Friday October 28, 16:30 – Trianon 3: Aftershock
  • Friday October 28, 17.00 – Kijkhuis 1: Piano in a Factory
  • Saturday October 29, 19.00 – Kijkhuis 1: Piano in a Factory
  • Sunday October 30, 16.45 – Kijkhuis 2: Let the Bullets Fly
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