Black Coal, Thin Ice is Dong Jinsong’s third collaboration with director/writer Diao Yinan. In 2003 he shot Diao’s directorial debut Uniform and in 2007 Night Train which premiered in Un Certain Regard at Cannes that year. In 2011 Dong was Director of Photography on Xiaoshuai Wang’s 11 Flowers, which was nominated for Best Children’s Feature Film in the Asia Pacific Screen Awards, and also for Cai Shangjun’s People Mountain People Sea which premiered In Competition at the 68th Venice Festival.

Accolades

Dong Jinsong
Best Cinematography, 2014

Dong Jinsong

Best Cinematography, 2014

Dong Jinsong

Black Coal, Thin Ice (Bai Ri Yan Huo)

Winner, Achievement in Cinematography, 2014 Black Coal, Thin Ice is Dong Jinsong’s third collaboration with director/writer Diao Yinan. In 2003 he shot Diao’s directorial debut…

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Films

11 Flowers
2011

11 Flowers (Wo 11)

People's Republic of China, France
2011

11 Flowers (Wo 11)

Wang Han, 11 year old boy in the province of Ghizhou is confronted with a runaway murderer. Hiding in the woods, the wounded man takes…

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Black Coal, Thin Ice
2014

Black Coal, Thin Ice (Bai Ri Yan Huo)

People's Republic of China
2014

Black Coal, Thin Ice (Bai Ri Yan Huo)

Winner, Achievement in Cinematography Ex-cop Zhang Zili, seriously wounded five years earlier while working on a gruesome coal-plant murder case, was forced to retire from…

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