Zhang Jun studied at University Paris 8 with a Masters in Directing. In 2004, she executive produced The Black and White Milk Cow, which won the Ecumenical Jury Award and the Don Quijote Prize of the International Federation of Film Societies at the 19th Fribough International Film Festival and the NETPAC Award at the 7th OSIAN-CINEFAN festival. Other projects include Motorcycle (2005), Er Dong (2008), queer documentary Comrade (2009), The Old Donkey (2010), which was awarded Best Film at the 7th China Independent Film Festival, and Don’t Expect Praises (2012), which played the Berlin  and Tokyo international film festivals.  As a director, she has made Sunshine in the Wheat Field (2015). In 2016, she produced A Yangtze River and was nominated for an APSA for Best Documentary Feature Film.

Films

A Yangtze Landscape
2017

A Yangtze Landscape (Changjiang)

People's Republic of China
2017

A Yangtze Landscape (Changjiang)

This documentary uses the “Yangtze” as a metaphor of the current chaos in China. The documentary utilizes a non-narrative style, setting off from the Yangtze’s…

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