SHU Haolun

SHU HAOLUN graduated from East China University of Technology and holds an MFA in film from Southern Illinois University. Currently he teaches at the film school of Shanghai University. His short film Young Blood was nominated for Pusan International Film Festival’s Best Asian Short Film award, and the Best Short Film award of the Dubai International Film Festival. Black and White Photos (2007) won the script award of the Hubert Bals fund from the Rotterdam International Film Festival. Nostalgia (2006) won the Best Documentary award of 3rd Reel China Documentary Biennial, and was in the official selection of the 12th Documenta Kassel. Struggle (2002) won the Best Documentary award from Fribourg International Film Festival, and was in the official selection of the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam.

SELECTED FILMOGRAPHY


Struggle
2001, Documentary, 50 minutes

• OFFICIAL SELECTION, International Documentary Festival Amsterdam
• OFFICIAL SELECTION, Pusan Film Festival
• OFFICIAL SELECTION, Fribourg International Film Festival
• OFFICIAL SELECTION, Goteborg Film Festival

Nostalgia
2006, Documentary, 70 minutes

• WINNER, Best Documentary, Reel China Biennial
• OFFICIAL SELECTION, Kassel Documentary Film Festival
• OFFICIAL SELECTION, China Documentary Film Festival

Young Blood (2008)

No. 89 Shimen Road
2010, Documentary, 85 minutes

• HUBERT BALS FUND SCRIPT GRANT, Rotterdam International Film Festival
• OFFICIAL SELECTION, Pusan International Film Festival
• OFFICIAL COMPETITION, Hong Kong Asian Film Festival
• OFFICIAL COMPETITION, Marrakech International Film Festival