The Chinese Film Movements
Done by SHI YINGJIA
• The history of Chinese film
• Fifth generation film maker
This is the first Chinese film made in 1905, it’s called Dingjun Mountain
This is the first movie that introduction in 1994, it’s
called The Fugitive.
Zhang Yimou (born 14 November 1951) is a Chinese film director,
producer, writer and actor, and former cinematographer. He is
counted amongst the Fifth Generation of Chinese filmmakers.
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Budget $31 million
Box office $177,394,432
•24 October 20
Directed by Zhang Yimou
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