Li Ruijun, born in Gaotai, Gansu Province in 1983, graduated from Shanxi Media College (formerly the Academy of Radio, Film and Television Management Cadres) in 2003 and is a director, screenwriter and producer in Mainland China.
In 2007, he independently directed his first film "Summer Solstice", which won the Special Award for Best Picture at the 9th Greek International Independent Film Festival and was nominated for the 37th Rotterdam International Film Festival. In 2010, directed the feature film "The Old Donkey". In 2012, he was awarded the 5th Annual Young Director of the China Film Directors Association for his country film "Tell Them I Went on a White Crane". In 2014, he wrote and directed the feature film "Home in a Place with Abundant Water and Grass"; in the same year, directed the parent-child charity film "One Day" won the Best Charity Film Award at the 6th Macau International Film Festival.
In 2017, the self-written and self-directed feature film "Passing by the Future" was nominated for the 70th Cannes International Film Festival for a kind of attention unit award. In 2020, the screenwriter's movie "Hidden Into the Dust and Smoke" was established. In 2021, he will serve as a judge for the "Pingyao Corner" of the 5th Pingyao International Film Festival.