Born in Zhejiang in 1978 and graduated from Beijing Film Academy in 2001, Zeng Jian has been credited as Cinematographer and Editor in many films. As an editor, he was awarded Best Editor for Spring Fever (2009) directed by Lou Ye at 47th Taipei Golden Horse Awards. Zeng’s cinematography titles include Spring Fever, Buddha Mountain (2010), Mystery (2012), Phurbu & Tenzin (2014) and Blind Massage (2014). Among them, Buddha Mountain (directed by Li Yü) won Outstanding Artistic Achievement and Best Actress at Tokyo International Film Festival 2010, while Blind Massage (directed by Lou Ye) was awarded the Silver Bear for Outstanding Artistic Contribution – Camera at Berlinale 2014.

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Zeng Jian
Best Cinematography, 2014

Zeng Jian

Best Cinematography, 2014

Zeng Jian

Blind Massage (Tui Na)

Born in Zhejiang in 1978 and graduated from Beijing Film Academy in 2001, Zeng Jian has been credited as Cinematographer and Editor in many films.…

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