Zhou Xin

Zhou Xin is a researcher, critic and curator. He has worked in a variety of capacities with several film festivals and arts institutions, including the 59th Robert Flaherty Film Seminar, the 7th and 8th China Independent Film Festival, CCD Workstation. He writes film review for Artforum China and is currently a MA student in the Department of Cinema Studies at New York University.

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Performing China: Contemporary Chinese Film and Media

Program One: Ruin Tourism

Friday, September 20, 2013 @ 7 pm

The first night of Performing China: Contemporary Chinese Film and Video features Yumen, a documentary that experiments with a variety of forms to explore a once-thriving boom town in China’s northwest. Two short films are also on the program. Building Archaelogy examines the personal and political histories connected to three spaces: an artist’s studio, an […]

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Performing China: Contemporary Chinese Film and Media

Program Two: Performing the Cultural Revolution

Wednesday, September 25, 2013 @ 7 pm

The second night of the Performing China series is devoted to Xu Ruotao’s Rumination which explores the Cultural Revolution by depicting both its chaotic later years and its legacy in today’s China. Rumination Directed by Xu Ruotao. 104 Minutes. 2009. In English with Chinese subtitles. *Professor Angela Zito, co-director of the New York University Center […]

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Performing China: Contemporary Chinese Film and Media

Program Three: Body as Archive

Friday, September 27, 2013 @ 7 pm

The third night of the Performing China film series features choreographer Wen Hui’s first documentary film, Listening to Third Grandmother’s Stories. Based on Wen’s third grandmother (great aunt) Su Mei-Ling’s reminiscences about love, everyday life, and the political reforms that have shaped the People’s Republic of China, the film experiments with embodied memory, sensory transmission, and the […]

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