A strawberry farm where a number of young people, each with different goals, come to earn money. Here, young people, each from a different country, each of a different race and each with a different sense of values live together. The movie presents a glimpse of a life-sized image of young people living for the present.
A professional documentary filmmaker holds master’s degree from Royal Holloway University of London of Documentary Film. A selected artist for Professional Artist Development Scheme of Chinese Arts Centre(UK)and selected filmmaker for One World Broadcasting Trust (OWBT).
An award-winning director of Monterrey International Film Festival, Sony China National Film Award, DongSeo Korea International Film Festival, Cotswold Film Video Festival, CON-CAN International Movie Festival etc, and commissioned by a few professional Artist and filmmaker schemes host by Arts Council England, One World Broadcasting Trust and the UK Film Council. She has made more than 20 documentaries and short films and also achieved BA degree in Film and TV Production at Communication University of China, MA degree in Documentary by Practice at Royal Holloway University of London and certificate from the London Film Academy.
Screening / Award history:
Documentary/100 Flowers Hidden Deep/60min&12min/2007
Received:5th Sony China National Film Award -Gold Award, China/14th Bradford Film Festival-British New Filmmakers Special Screening/ Monterrey International Film Festival -Special Screening, Spain/1st CWFF Film Festival- Nominee/East@ West Wing Arts Festival- Special Screening/1st CWFF Film Festival- Nominee
Documentary/Danny Next Door/20min/2005
Received:Cotswold Film Video Festival- Nominee
Fiction/Die in 2030/15min/2003
Received:DongSeo Korea International Film Festival- Nominee
MV/You are all of my Memory/5min/2003
Received:1st Sony China National Film Golden Award