‘Moses on the Plain’ Among First Chinese Films To Finish Shooting Since Covid-19
“Moses on the Plain,” a film executive produced by art house director Diao Yinan, is among the first notable Chinese titles to have completed shooting since the country’s coronavirus outbreak.It stars A-listers Zhou Dongyu, who has enjoyed a further rise on the back of last year’s breakout teen drama “Better Days,” and Liu Haoran, the young star of the “Detective Chinatown” franchise.
The third installment of “Chinatown” was postponed from its Chinese New Year debut in January because of coronavirus and is one of the most hotly anticipated blockbusters awaiting a future release.Diao’s crime thriller “Black Coal, Thin Ice” won the Golden Bear for best film at the Berlin Intl.
Film Festival in 2014.
His “Wild Goose Lake” debuted in competition at Cannes last year.On the social media platform Weibo, producer Dun He (“Send Me To The Clouds”) explained that filming was stopped early on
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