Online Screening

Nov 11 - Nov 19

WORLD PREMIERE | When COVID-19 broke out in Wuhan, China, the city went on a lockdown, making it difficult to get a clear sense of what was happening. Award-winning filmmaker Yung Chang (Up the Yangtze) teams with a group of intrepid videographers to capture life at the epicenter of the pandemic. The portraits include a couple expecting a baby, quarantined families in a byzantine shelter, medical workers, and a psychologist. In a time when the world needs greater cross-cultural understanding, Wuhan Wuhan is an invaluable depiction of a metropolis joining together to overcome a crisis.

Included with the screening ticket is an exclusive pre-recorded Q&A with Director Yung Chang, Producer Diane Quon, Producer Donna Gigliotti, immediately following the film.

Director: Gong Cheng, Yung Chang
Executive Producer: Donnie Yen, Raymond Xu, Cheng Yang, Anthony Yang, Yuki Zhang
Producer: Peter Luo, Donna Gigliotti, Huan Li, Diane Quon
Editor: Evita Yuepu Zhou, Zimo Huang
Music: Hualun
Language: Chinese
Country: USA
Year: 2020
Publicist: David Magdael & Associates
Sales Agent: 30 West

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Nov 11 - Nov 19

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Online Screening


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