Film screening hosted by Richard C. Rudolph East Asian Library along with Exhibition on East Asian Films
Wang Honghai, director; Beijing Film Academy and China Disabled People’s Performing Art Troupe, 2007
Guest Speaker: Prof. Zhiwei Xiao, Specialist in Chinese Films, California State University, San Marcos
This ninety-minute Chinese documentary records the life and performance of China Disabled People’s Performing Art Troupe. Wonderful and fascinating, just like a dream, it reveals art and human nature and illustrates amicability and life as it explores an innovative series of performances. The documentary will also be shown in the Linwood Dunn Theatre at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences on September 29. A delegation of the China Disabled People’s Performing Art Troupe will also attend the exhibit reception hosted by UCLA University Librarian Gary E. Strong on Sunday, September 23.
Richard C. Rudolph East Asian library is also hosting an exhibition of “A Century of East Asian Films” at the lobby of Charles E. Young Research Library through September 2007. This exhibit traces the intricate multiple histories of Chinese, Japanese, and Korean cinema over the course of the tumultuous twentieth century and highlights their achievements both domestically and internationally. The exhibit's contents have been drawn primarily from the holdings of the East Asian Library.
No reservations are required. Parking will be available in Structure Five for $8; obtain a parking permit and directions at the information booths at Hilgard and Wyton or Sunset and Westwood.
Sponsor(s): UCLA Charles E. Young Research Library
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