The 11th China Independent Film Festival Short Film Screening


In collaboration with Cinephile Collective, Chronus Art Center (CAC) will host a screening program of short films from the 11th China Independent Film Festival, presenting about 20 great films through four viewing sessions from August 9th to August 29th.

Session 1 2015.08.09 15:00
Session 2 2015.08.16 15:00
Session 3 2015.08.22 14:00
Session 4 2015.08.29 15:00

Chronus Art Center (Building 18, No 50 Moganshan Road, Shanghai)

This is a free event, please click to RSVP.
CAC-Qi Fang(Cinephile Collective) Short Film Screening Schedule

Session 1
2015.08.09  15:00
Overall Duration 106 min

 Title  Director Duration
 Barking  GENG Yi  30min
 One Child  MU Zijian  40min
 Zhong / Plant  WANG Yi  7min
 Chinese English Dream  LIU Xin  29min

Session 2
2015.08.16  15:00
Overall Duration 114 min

 Title  Director  Duration
 Mingyue's Diary of Summer Vacation  ZENG Zeng  25min
 Marriage  HUANG Zhiyi  19min
 The Representatives  YUN Zijian  44min
 A Piece Of Time  CAI Jie  26min

Session 3
2015.08.22  14:00
Overall Duration 93 min

 Title  Director  Duration
 Body at Large  YING Zhengru  49min
 Great Heat  CHENG Tao  13min
 The Concrete  LIU Wei  14min
 The Tortoise  REN  17min

Session 4
2015.08.29  15:00
Overall Duration 101 min

 Title  Director  Duration
 One Day Dream  Agang Yarji  16min
 Spring Breeze  LI Yishan  37min
 A Pigeon of Public Market in Seattle  ZHANG Yong  17min
 Lovers In A Hotpot  ZHANG Zimu  31min

China Independent Film Festival 
Established in 2003, China Independent Film Festival (CIFF) is an independent film event with various activities including screening, prize awarding, seminars, forum, publishing, etc. It is held in Nanjing every winter. Since its establishment, CIFF has been successfully held for 11 times. Its authority in films selecting and awarding has been widely acknowledged; and it has thus become a significant influence within the professions. CIFF, operated in line with international standard of film festival, has become a crucial platform for discovering new Chinese cutting-edge film and filmmakers.

Qi Fang (Cinephile Collective) 
The self-organized film screening program Qi Fang (Cinephile Collective) was initiated by Indie Workshop and supported by dozens of screening communities, venues and private organizers across the country. Qi Fang is an open film-screening program that promotes independent films by means of screening on tour. It aims to provide more opportunities for the general audience to watch independent films. The organizers stated that this will be a long-term event that will be held regularly in future. Currently it has reached more than ten cities, including Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Shanghai, Kunming, Fuzhou, Quanzhou, Hangzhou, Jinan, Shenyang, Xi'an, Luoyang, Chengdu, Fenghuang and Hefei.