Zhao Qi is a documentary filmmaker in Beijing. He worked as producer for the feature documentary Last Train Home (2009), which won 2 Emmy awards, and China Heavy Weight (2012), which won the Gold Horse Prize in Taiwan. His directorial debut Fallen City (2011) follow the aftermath struggle of 3 surviving families of the Sichuan Earthquake for 4 years and was nominated by 2013 Sundance Festivals World Documentary Competition. His film The Chinese Mayor (2015), in which he serves as producer and scriptwriter, was chosen by 2015 Sundance Festival.

Accolades

Zhao Qi and Zhou Hao
Best Documentary Film, 2015

The Chinese Mayor (Datong)

Best Documentary Film, 2015

The Chinese Mayor (Datong)

Winner, Best Documentary Feature Film, 2015 Once the thriving capital of Imperial China, the city of Datong now lies in near ruins. Not only is…

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Films

The Chinese Mayor
2015

The Chinese Mayor (Datong)

People's Republic of China
2015

The Chinese Mayor (Datong)

Winner, Best Documentary Feature Film, 2015 Once the thriving capital of Imperial China, the city of Datong now lies in near ruins. Not only is…

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