Jiang Wen, one of China’s most celebrated actors, wrote and directed his first film In the Heat of the Sun in 1993. The film was named one of Time Magazine’s Top 10 Movies of 1995, before sweeping the board with six Taiwan Golden Horse Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director. In 1998, Jiang wrote, directed and starred in his second feature, Devils on the Doorstep. The controversial black comedy won the Grand Prix at the 53rd Cannes Film Festival in 2000, as well as the NETPAC Award at the 2001 Hawaii International Film Festival. After a five-year hiatus, Jiang made The Sun Also Rises, his third feature film, which competed for the Golden Lion at the 2007 Venice Film Festival and received a nomination for Achievement in Cinematography at the 2007 APSAs.

Films

The Sun Also Rises
2007

The Sun Also Rises (Tai yang zhao chang sheng qi)

People's Republic of China
2007

The Sun Also Rises (Tai yang zhao chang sheng qi)

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Let the Bullets Fly
2011

Let the Bullets Fly (Rang zidan fei)

People's Republic of China, Hong Kong (PRC)
2011

Let the Bullets Fly (Rang zidan fei)

China, 1920s. It is the Age of Warlords and the whole country is in total chaos. Purportedly ruled by an impotent central government, corrupt and…

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