Could it be that China currently has the single most promising output of contemporary Slow Cinema? I could, of course, be wrong. And yet it feels as though there are more and more slow films from China on my radar. Wang Bing is the most known, I would think. His work is important at a time when the CCP rewrites history and silences those who do not fit into the party's ideology. With an active persecution of minorities going on, moving-image documents by independent filmmakers who film clandestinely have become more important than ever. I want to . . .
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