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Oxhide director Liu Jiayin in Person! Shelly Kraicer Programs Cinema Pacific Film Festival, April 6-10

Thursday, March 31st, 2011

Oxhide II (photo courtesy of Fanhall Films)

From the Cinema Pacific Site:

CINEMA PACIFIC is an annual film festival based at the University of Oregon in Eugene that is devoted to discovering and fostering the creativity of international films and new media from Pacific-bordering countries, including the U.S. Through onsite and online presentations, the festival connects stimulating artists and ideas with a diverse public, furthering our understanding of world cultures and contemporary issues.

Cinema Pacific’s first Festival Fellow, Shelly Kraicer, will be our guide through the current independent film scene in China. Kraicer is a Beijing-based film critic who publishes widely about Chinese film and is also a programmer of East Asian films for the Vancouver Film Festival.

Read more about Chinese Independent Cinema at the Festival site.

The series features four of dGenerate’s films: 1428 by Du Haibin, Disorder by Huang Weikai and Oxhide and Oxhide II by Liu Jiayin. Liu Jiayin will present both films in person.

Tickets are $8 for adults and $6 for students and seniors. Tickets can be purchased here.

Eugene, Oregon (Map) is located 110 miles south of Portland, Oregon. Air service to Eugene’s Mahlon Sweet Field (code EUG) is available through Horizon Air, Delta Connection/Sky West, United, and Allegiant Air. Greyhound and AMTRAK both provide ground transportation options.

A full schedule of the film festival appears after the break.

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