Pengfei graduated in film at the Institut International de l’Image et du Son (Paris, France) and then returned to China in 2006 and worked as the assistant director of Tsai Ming Liang (Taiwan (PRC)). His debut feature Underground Fragrance premiered in 2015 Venice Days and was released theatrically in France in January 2016. The film won the Fedeora Best Film Prize at Venice Days and the Best Film prize at the 2015 Chicago International Festival’s New Director competition. The Taste of Rice Flower (2018) is Pengfei’s second feature and was also selected for Venice Days.

Accolades

Pengfei and Liu Jing and Rebecca Ho
Cultural Diversity Award under the patronage of UNESCO, 2018

The Taste of Rice Flower (Mi Hua Zhi Wei )

Cultural Diversity Award under the patronage of UNESCO, 2018

The Taste of Rice Flower (Mi Hua Zhi Wei )

After years working in town, Ye Nan – a mother from the Dai Minority – comes back to her village in Yunnan Province at the…

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Films

The Taste of Rice Flower
2017

The Taste of Rice Flower (Mi Hua Zhi Wei )

People's Republic of China
2017

The Taste of Rice Flower (Mi Hua Zhi Wei )

After years working in town, Ye Nan – a mother from the Dai Minority – comes back to her village in Yunnan Province at the…

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