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Feathered Fan and Silken Ribbon

Theatre: 
Open
Film director: 
Wieland Schulz-Keil, Dan Tang
About the Director: 

Wieland Schulz-Keil has been active as a producer in the United States, France, Italy and Germany for over 30 years. Amongst his better know productions are Under The Volcano (1983) and The Dead (1987), both directed by John Huston; The King's Whore (1990), directed by Axel Corti; The Innocent (1993), directed by John Schlesinger; and Mesmer (1994) and The Children of Huang Shi (2008), directed by Roger Spottiswoode. He also arranged the financing, or served as executive producer, for films such as Enemy at the Gates (1999), directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud; The Score (2001), directed by Frank Oz; The Cat’s Meow (2002), directed by Peter Bogdanovich. See www.schulzkeil.com

Dan Tang: 11.09.1975 born in ChengDu China - 1991 to 1998 study in Sichuan Fine Art University oil painting - 1997 to 1998 exchange student with the Kassel Kunsthochschule, Degree presentation - 1998 degree for art studies in China - 1998 to 1999 scholarship from the Kassel Kunsthochschule, Bachelor. - 2000 to 2001 student for Communiation Design, majoring in photo and film University of Wuppertal. - 2001 to 2002 guest student at the DFFB film school in Berlin. - 2003 until now student at the HFF Konrad Wolf in Potsdam-Babelsberg, subject directing.

Work as director
Feature films
2007 DREAM TEAM 104min, 35mm
2005 GUOGUO DE QIU TIAN 87MIN, 35mm;
Short films
2006 DEEP WHITE 30min, S16mm
2005 MAKE LOVE IN HEAVEN 25min, S16mm
2004 DAS LICHT IN DER DUNKELHEIT
Documentaries
2004 ICH LIEBE MEIN ZU HAUSE 15min, 16mm
SCHATTEN 30min, Digibeta
2003 ALLES ÜBER CHENGYIN 30min, DVcpro
DIE BUDDHAS VON DAYHU 30min, miniDV
2002 DAS KLEINE GRAS 30min, miniDV;
MENSCHEN AM MORGENMARKT 30min, miniDV
2001 KINDER IN WEIYUAN 30min, miniDv

TV: 
Open
Original Title (If different): 
Federfächer und Seidenband
Producer: 
Arthur Cohn
Original Film Format: 
HDV
Language: 
German
About the Producer: 
The only producer ever to have won six Academy Awards, and the only foreign produc-er ever honored with a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame, Swiss-born Arthur Cohn has built a reputation for producing films of uncompromising vision and artistry. Born in Ba-sel, Switzerland, Cohn studied international law, and was a journalist and author be-fore turning to producing. He teamed up with Vittorio De Sica, handling most of the di-rector's late films, including Sunflower (with Sofia Loren), Woman Times Seven (starring Shirley MacLaine), A Brief Vacation and the Oscar-winning The Garden of the Finzi-Continis. Other Oscar-winning film productions of Arthur Cohn include Black and White in Color, Dangerous Moves and One Day in September. Cohn also produced two films directed by Walter Salles, Central Station and Behind the Sun and, more recently, the hugely successful Les Choristes.
Screenplay: 
Wieland Schulz-Keil, Dan Tang
Other languages or subtitles: 
Chinese
Film Sound: 
Dolby A
Video master available ?: 
Yes
Production country: 
Germany
Editing: 
Voilker Schaner
Video Type: 
Digiibeta, HDCAM
Running time (In minutes): 
84
Video: 
Open
Film photographer: 
Pierre Pasler
Already selected in a Festival?: 
No
Theme: 
Documentary
Sound: 
Richard Boehringer
Festival selections: 

Film was just completed and has not been submitted anywhere

Publicity contact: 
Wieland Schulz-Keil
Number of reels: 
1
Budget Range: 
Between $100 000 and $1 Million
Music: 
Treaditional Chinese Music
Actual Budget: 
$300 000
Category/Format: 
Digital / DVD
publicity address: 
NeoFilm GmbH, Via Lungarini 60, 90133 Palermo, Italy; Tel +39 091 6160835, Fax +39 02 95441750, Mobile: +39 333 6765701
Film reviews: 
Film was just completed and has not been shown anywhere
Publicity contact email: 
Student film: 
No
International: 
Open
Trailer availble: 
yes
Poster: 
Actor Liu Zheng performs sword dance of heroine of FAREWELL MY CONCUBINE
Production year: 
December, 2008
Cast 1: 
Wang Peyu
Cast 2: 
Liu Zheng
Internet: 
Open
Cast 3: 
Wang Wenduan
Cast 4: 
Sun Shimin
Sales/distribution name: 
Arthur Cohn
Address: 
Gellertstrasse 18, Basel 4052, Switzerland; Tel: +41-61 312-1242, Fax: +41-61 312-0717, E-Mail:
Email: 
Film synopsis: 
The film consist of four portraits of Peking opera performers, two adults and two children. It presents a subtle picture of the present cultural-political climate in China. Peking Opera often seems puzzling and out of place, even in China. Its style is the opposite of naturalism: It is perfectly possible that young girls play elderly generals, or that a young male actor performs the heroine's sword dance from "Farewell my Concubine." The radical artificiality of Peking Opera has often met resistance. During the Cultural Revolution of the 60s and 70s, it was considered decadent and was outlawed. Today it seems hopelessly old-fashioned compared to the new currents of popular culture. -- While visiting a Peking Opera school the filmmakers met a number of teachers and pupils who are working hard and with admirable devotion to keep their highly refined music and dance theatre alive. The theatre people not only taught them about their century old Chinese art form, but also about their lives in the midst of a mostly imported new culture.
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