Graduating from the Beijing Film Academy, Peng Tao wrote and directed his first feature film, Little Moth, in 2007. It screened in over 50 international film festivals and received 15 international awards. His second feature, Floating in Memory, was developed in 2009 with the assistance from the Sundance Institute Feature Film Program and later supported by the Hubert Bals Fund. Floating in Memory screened in VPRO Tiger Awards Competition at the 38th Rotterdam International Film Festival. His latest film, The Cremator (2012) received its world premiere in Toronto International Film Festival. It also screened in Busan International Film Festival and Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival.

Accolades

Peng Tao
Best Director, 2007

Peng Tao

Best Director, 2007

Peng Tao

Little Moth (Xue Chan)
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Films

Little Moth
2007

Little Moth (Xue Chan)

People's Republic of China
2007

Little Moth (Xue Chan)

Based on Tianguang Bai’s novel of the same title, Xue Chan (Little Moth) is the poignant story of a young girl named Little Moth who…

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