Wang Bing
(China)

Born in Xi’an, Shaanxi Province, China, in 1967, Wang Bing studied photography at the Lu Xun Academy of Fine Art and cinematography at Beijing Film Academy. He began his career as an independent filmmaker in 1999. Discovered in 2003, West of Tracks, an enormous documentary work of more than 9 hours, has garnered great success internationally. In addition to his feature documentaries, he is also active in video installation, fiction film and photography.

His work has been selected for presentation and competition in many film festivals where he has won a great number of awards. His documentaries have been released in theaters internationally. Acclaimed by critics and recognized as one of the most important Chinese artists, documentary makers and film directors of his time, he has been honored by retrospectives of his entire oeuvre in major museums, such as the Centre Pompidou in Paris at the Cinémathèque Royale de Belgique or at Documenta.

Films
Filmography
Dead Souls
2018
Mrs. Fang
2017
Ta'ang
2016
Bitter Money
2016
Father and Sons
2014
Traces
2014
'Til Madness Do Us Part
2013
Alone
2012
Three Sisters
2012
The Ditch
2010
Man with No Name
2010
Coal Money
2009
Crude Oil
2008
Fengming, a Chinese Memoir
2007
Brutality Factory
2007
West of the Tracks
2003

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