Documenting for Change

china-pollution filmakerMaking documentary films in China is not an easy path. Film is subject to tight state censorship and little that is in any way critical of the status quo gets made, never mind disseminated. Recently however, environmental docs seem to be making it through the censors’ filtering system, perhaps because the authorities are starting to recognise China’s worsening pollution problems and attempting, at times, to address the issue.

Wang Jiuliang’s film Beijing Beseiged by Waste is one such example. Read more here about Jiuliang’s fight against pollution. >>

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