Pictures from the U.S. Tour of Du Haibin and <i>1428</i>
Du Haibin speaks at the YMCA Chinatown in San Francisco, event co-sponsored by the S.F. Asia Society
The two-week tour of Du Haibin and 1428 across the U.S. has finally concluded. We were able to collect a few photos along the way. We extend our deepest gratitude to all of the venues and sponsors that played host to Du Haibin and his award-winning film. Special thanks to New York University and Reel China for sponsoring Du Haibin’s first-ever visit to the U.S., which made all of his screenings and appearances possible.
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More photos from the tour after the break.
NYU Reel China discussion panel: (l. to r.) Zhu Rikun of Fanhall Films, NYU Professor of Cinema Studies and Reel China curator Zhen Zhang, NYU Professor of Cinema Studies Dan Streible, Du Haibin and Reel China translator Cindy Chen
Du Haibin speaks with Mike Fu of Columbia University's Weatherhead Institute at a screening of 1428 held at the Maysles Institute.
UC Santa Barbara Professor Michael Berry talks with Du Haibin at UCSB screening of 1428.
dGenerate Films' Kevin Lee lectures on Chinese independent films prior to a screening of 1428 at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.
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