Disorder Wins Best Documentary at Ann Arbor Film Fest; Tape Wins Silver Award at YunFest

Director Huang Weikai

It was a good weekend for a couple of filmmakers whose films we are fortunate to distribute. At the Ann Arbor Film Festival, Huang Weikai won the Michael Moore Award for Best Documentary Film, which comes with a $1,000 cash prize, for his trippy experimental documentary Disorder. Halfway around the world, Li Ning won the Silver Award at YunFest, one of the oldest independent film festivals in China, for his equally envelope-pushing documentary Tape. Unfortunately the YunFest site appears to be down at the moment, so we cannot access the full list of winners of the festival. In the meantime, we extend our warmest congratulations to Huang Weikai and Li Ning!

Both films will screen as part of the San Francisco Yerba Buena Center series Fearless: Chinese Independent Documentaries, playing all throughout April.

Disorder will screen April 9 at the REDCAT in Los Angeles as part of its series on New Chinese cinema.

Both Disorder and Tape are available in the dGenerate Films Catalog.

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2 Responses to “Disorder Wins Best Documentary at Ann Arbor Film Fest; Tape Wins Silver Award at YunFest”

  1. Zhou Xin says:

    Winners in Yunfest 2011:

    Qing Tong Award ( 1st Prize) : Apuda by He Yuan

    Huan Mian Award ( 2nd Prize) : Tape by Li Ning

    Hei Tao Award ( 3rd Prize) : Not a Bodhisattva by Mao Chenyu

    Hua Tian Award ( Special Award) : Zhao Liang

    Film Critics Award ? An Unfinished History of Life by Cong Feng

    Audience Award : Fortune Teller by Xu Tong

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