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Feng Xiaoning

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Chinese name  馮小寧
Role  Film director
Chinese name  馮小寧 (traditional)
Parents  Feng Yusun
Chinese name  冯小宁 (simplified)
Education  Beijing Film Academy
Name  Feng Xiaoning

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Occupation  director, cinematographer, writer
Awards  Golden Rooster Award for Best Stunt, Golden Rooster Award for Best Cinematography
Movies  The Sino Japanese War At Se, Purple Sunset, Red River Valley, Hands Up!, Lover's Grief over the Yello
Similar People  Guo Da, Pan Changjiang, Ning Jing, Chie Maeda, Paul Kersey

Feng Xiaoning (simplified Chinese: 冯小宁; traditional Chinese: 馮小寧; pinyin: Féng Xiǎoníng) (born 1954) is a Chinese film director, screenwriter and cinematographer. He is considered a member of the "Fifth Generation" Chinese directors who graduated from the Beijing Film Academy in 1982. Feng however graduated from the Art Direction class.

He is currently also a member of Chinese National Political Consultative Conference and Chinese Writers' Association.

Feng was born in Xi'an to a family of teachers. He is most famous for his self-dubbed "War and Peace" (战争与和平) trilogy in film – Red River Valley (1997), Lovers' Grief over the Yellow River (1999) and Purple Sunset (2001).

References

Feng Xiaoning Wikipedia


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