Feng Xiaogang emerged as one of Asia’s most commercially successful directors with searing black comedies that map the lives of ordinary people in a rapidly changing China. His wide-ranging films have been at the forefront of Chinese cinema with action caper A World Without Thieves (2004), period fantasy The Banquet (2006), war epic Assembly (2007), and romantic comedies. His stunning earthquake drama Aftershock (2010) was awarded Best Feature Film at the 2010 APSAs, and Feng was nominated for Achievement in Directing. Feng has been named Best Director three times at China’s prestigious Hundred Flowers Awards. In 2016, Feng once again reinvents genre forms with his 16th feature, the darkly comic I Am Not Madame Bovary, which won the Golden Shell for Best Film at the 64th San Sebastián Film Festival, and was nominated for five Golden Horse Awards.

Films

If You Are the One
2009

If You Are the One (Fei Cheng Wu Rao)

People's Republic of China, Hong Kong (PRC)
2009

If You Are the One (Fei Cheng Wu Rao)

Qin Fen (Ge) returns to China in his late forties after many years overseas. He did not earn any type of degree while he was…

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Aftershock
2010

Aftershock (Tangshan dadizheng)

People's Republic of China, Hong Kong (PRC)
2010

Aftershock (Tangshan dadizheng)

Tangshan, 1976. Seven-year-old twins are buried under the rubble of the devastating earthquake. The rescue team explains to their mother, Li Yuanni, that freeing either…

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Back to 1942
2013

Back to 1942 (Yi Jiu Si Er)

People's Republic of China
2013

Back to 1942 (Yi Jiu Si Er)

The film is set in Henan, China in the winter of 1942, during the Second Sino-Japanese War. Master Fan is a wealthy landlord in a…

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