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Zhang Yimou is the focus of a new cycle at the Confucius Institute

One of this Chinese director’s films will be screened every Wednesday for the next five weeks

All lovers of Asian culture have a date with an institute that is a major player in the diffusion of Chinese culture: Barcelona’s Fundació Institut Confuci is currently presenting, in collaboration with CineAsia, its first film club, which aims to become a meeting point for all Chinese film fans that want to explore the quality of one of the world powers in the medium.

For this first series of screenings the institute has chosen a major director. The cycle, which is titled El cinema xinès sota la mirada de Zhang Yimou, will feature a film by this acclaimed director every Wednesday evening at 7pm for the next five weeks, complete with a brief presentation and a round table discussion that is open to everyone, organised by CineAsia. All of the screenings will take place in the multipurpose hall of the Confucius Institute (C/ Elisabets 10).

The films to be screened are Raise the Red Lantern (25 January), Not One Less (1 February), Hero (8 February), Under the Hawthorn Tree (15 February) and Coming Home (22 February). All of the films will be screened in their original language with subtitles. All of these sessions are free but registration is required.

 

 

Publication date: Wednesday, 18 January 2017
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