(Reporter Wei Xiaolin) Beijing time on July 22 at 12 o'clock (7:00 pm, Vancouver time, Vancouver, Canada), the 6th Vancouver Chinese Film Festival held a closing ceremony and awards ceremony in Vancouver, The documentary film "The Hidden Land Back to No Man’s Land in Northern Tibet" won the "Red Maple Leaf Award" documentary unit for the best editing film produced by the ZOSE PICTURES (Hainan) Investment Co., Ltd. Award, this is what the reporter learned from Hainan ZOSE Group.
According to reports, "The Hidden Land Back to No Man’s Land in Northern Tibet" was jointly produced by Hainan Provincial Party Committee Propaganda Department, Tibet Autonomous Region Tourism Development Committee, and ZOSE PICTURES (Hainan) Investment Co., Ltd., produced by ZOSE PICTURES (Hainan) Investment Co., Ltd., issued by Huaxia Film Distribution Co., Ltd. is the first large-scale documentary film showing the Puruogang Ice Field in the hidden land of the Qiangtang No Man's Land in Tibet. The film emerged from 568 entries from around the world and was successfully selected for the 100th Vancouver Chinese Film Festival. After the strict selection, in the end, "The Hidden Land Back to No Man’s Land in Northern Tibet" won the judges' favor with its unique theme, beautiful picture, smooth narrative technique and profound and long-lasting story, and won the Best Editing Award for the Documentary Unit of Maple Leaf Award of 6th Vancouver Chinese Film Festival.
It is understood that the filming of "The Hidden Land Back to No Man’s Land in Northern Tibet" was created from the producers to the Tibetan area for a number of walks, to build a group in Lhasa on December 5, 2016 into the real shot, and then to on January 12, 2017 shooting finished, it took more than ten years to travel, and the journey was 3,441 kilometers. During the shooting, it was a test of life and death. With an unprecedented adventure and a fascinating real image, "The Hidden Land Back to No Man’s Land in Northern Tibet" appeared at the overseas film festival and won the award.
It is reported is issued by Huaxia Film Distribution Co., Ltd. and will be shown on August 31, on the national theater officially.
The Vancouver Chinese Film Festival, which was launched in 2012, is a non-profit overseas Chinese film festival registered with the British Columbia Government. It is based on the principle of public welfare and promotes Chinese culture and promotes Chinese-language films. At the core of the young filmmakers, a platform for the exchange of Chinese films and international film industry has been established.
(This article was transferred from Hainan Daily on July 23, 2018)
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