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XU Xin

XU Xin

XU Xin

Independent documentary producer, born in Taizhou, Jiangsu in 1966, now living in Nanjing; graduated from the Fine Arts Department of Jiangsu Education Institute in 1991; oil painting works participated in Jiangsu Youth Art Week in 1988; comprehensive material works participated in the Guangzhou Biennale; photography works in 2001 Participated in the German Art Exhibition in Düsseldorf; established the Xu Xin Documentary Studio in 2000, specializing in documentary creation; 2002, the documentary film "Horse", 81 minutes; 2004, the documentary film "Carriage", 18 minutes; 2005 Creation of the documentary "Fangshan Church", 80 minutes; 2006 creation of the documentary "Torch Theatre Company", 110 minutes; Xu Xin's documentary focuses on the survival status of the lowest levels in China, especially vulnerable groups and minorities. For the author, records themselves are a way to participate in the construction of history. In October 2003, the documentary "Mapi" participated in the British SHEFFILD International Documentary Film Festival; in November 2005, "Mapi" participated in the second Guangzhou Triennial; in April 2006, "Fangshan Church" participated in the third China documentary exchange Week; "Carriage" participated in Berlin "Made in China-Art and Film from Beijing" in August 2006; "Mapi" participated in China Pingyao International Photography Exhibition in September 2006; "Carpi" and "Carriage" in October 2006 "Fangshan Church" was collected by Li Xianting Film Fund and Songzhuang Art Museum; in February 2007, "Cars" participated in the Berlin China Independent Documentary Exhibition.

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