Feng Xiaogang in Conversation (76 mins)
Feng Xiaogang, the director of some of the all-time biggest films at the Chinese box office, discusses his career with Clare Stewart, BFI Head of Festivals and Cinemas. The discussion took place during a recent season of the director's films at BFI Southbank, which aimed to promote the work of a filmmaker whose career has been largely unheralded in the UK, and which forms the part of an extensive China season occuring throughout 2014 at BFI venues.
Featuring Feng Xiaogang, Clare Stewart
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