• Single mother Anna and her four children live in the front-line war zone of Donbas, Ukraine. While the outside world is made up of bombings and chaos, the family is managing to keep their home as a safe haven, full of life and full of light. Every member of the family has a passion for cinema, motivating them to shoot a film inspired by their own life during a time of war. The creative process raises the question of what kind of power the magical world of cinema could have during times of disaster. How to picture war through fiction? For Anna and the children, transforming trauma into a work of art is the ultimate way to stay human.
  • Cebaldo, an indigenous dule from Panama is a fisherman's assistant in a town of northern Portugal, who suffers from nostalgia. In his loneliness, memories take him away from his daily routine, and immerse him in a journey back to his village in Guna Yala, where a botanical doctor confronts him with the impossibility of returning to the past.
  • For Lovely China is a large-scale documentary film presented by the China Media Group to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the birth of the motherland. It consists of seven episodes: Before dawn, Homerun, Battle Hymn of the Army Reclamation, Westward Migration, A Place Far from the Motherland, A Decisive Victory over Poverty, and Me and My Motherland. This film seeks for a new breakthrough in image expression and narration voice, using a large number of narrations of the parties concerned and witnesses, and excavating and presenting valuable historical materials such as letters, diaries, documentary literature, etc., and completing the characterization image with details. The documentary shows the Chinese people's sense of family and country over the past 70 years, which is characterized by faith, perseverance, dedication and responsibility. The film received such a warm response that the topic "For lovely China" on Weibo became the most searched and recommended topic, with more than 260 million views as of October 9, 2019.
  • In the context of China will hold the 24th Olympic Winter Games in 2022,each episode of Footprints in the Snow will be produced in 25 minutes, and will document compelling stories regarding winter sports, disclosing the splendid cultures behind those sports.
    The documentary will also explore the role of winter sports in individual life and social development, revealing relationships between those sports and diversity national life in different countries. In the context of modern winter sports development, the production crew of Footprints in the Snow plans to travel to Japan, Korea, France, Holland, U.K., Austria, Swiss, Germany, Norway, U.S. and Canada, etc.
  • The Department Stores of Sincere, Wingon, Sun Sun and The Sun, which still stand on Nanjing Road in Shanghai, are known as the four great department stores. The four great department stores created a precedent in China's modern department store industry and left a colorful page in the history of China's commercial development.++This film seeks out the little-known historical details of the four great department stores from the multiple perspectives of history, culture, commerce, and ethnic relations, and unearths the vivid and touching truth, and strives to reflect the perseverance of the pioneers of department stores such as Ma Yingbiao, and "break through the thorns." The fighting spirit, the cooperation of "depending on adversity", the unity of "water and milk".
  • The documentary The Blue World, jointly produced by the China Media Group and the Ministry of Natural Resources over the past four years, is the first time for the Chinese people to film the story of the ocean in a comprehensive and systematic way through a nature documentary, to fully display the magnificent, mysterious and beautiful ocean, and to look forward to the bright future of marine ecological civilization. China's waters span the tropics, subtropics and warm temperate zones, where a rich variety of marine life thrives. The documentary The Blue World (in the aspect of nature) consists of six episodes, which will lead the audience to survey the ice-capped Bohai Bay, the Yellow Sea and the East China Sea with four distinct seasons, and the South China Sea characterized with fleeting winter and interminable summer. It will tell the story of the China Sea and marine life from the perspectives of seasons, trends, coastal wetlands, islands, bays and survival challenges.
  • The City Wall is Falling Down is focused on the significant events since Chongqing became a commercial port, theming the changes of urban space and functions and featuring the fates of big figures and nobodies on the timeline. Through illustrating how a city is formed in the historical background, it answers the question “Where are we from?” At the same time, audience draw inference of the arduous path from isolation to opening-up of China from one city.
    The sounds in the documentary, including 17 original songs, Chuanjiang haozi (dockers’ working songs), and monologues, shows the glamour of dialects in Chongqing. It complements lacks of historical images and videos by using “time-travel editing”. It creates a unique historical space for audience to experience the unchanged things in the evolution of a city. It demonstrates how the city comes from and ponder her present and future.
  • Wang Xiaonan, a post-95s girl who comes from Hua County, Anyang City, Henan Province, is known as "Mai Xiaodeng" online, implying abundant harvest. Over the past year, this countryside girl has shot more than 300 short videos to record her and her father's rural life, drawing more than 2 million followers. "Mai Xiaodeng" grew up in a single-parent family and was raised under the care of neighbours. In 2013, "Mai Xiaodeng's" family was identified as a poor family. Relatives chipped in 2,000 yuan on her college tuition, helping her realize the college dream. After graduation, "Mai Xiaodeng" has worked as editor, stall keeper, part-time teacher and food delivery courier. Taking advantage of her previous journalism major, "Mai Xiaodeng" began to shoot short videos to record daily life. In June this year, garlic planted in Niutun Town, Hua County City, Henan Province had no where to go. When the news reached "Mai Xiaodeng", she helped garlic farmers sell garlic through live streaming. On the day of the live streaming, Mai Xiaodeng sold out all 25,000 kilograms of garlic in 1.5-hour live broadcasting.
  • Ma Haoran & Li Yonggan is an episode of Happy Stories of China.
    Ma Haoran and Li Yonggan, 4 years of difference in age, 1300km apart. The two deaf-mute young man and woman met online after Ma saw Li’s live streaming and reached out. They hit it off quickly but distance imposes a challenge. Li is 4 years older than Ma, her parents don’t want their precious daughter to leave home and move to somewhere faraway, from Inner Mongolia in northern China to Liaoning Province in southeast part of the country. But nothing could get in the way of two young hearts deeply in love. Despite all kinds of hardship, finally the day arrives, their wedding day.
  • 13-year-old Metok Karpo lives in a Tibetan boarding school for orphans. Her divorced parents are alive, but have left her to be raised by her maternal grandparents. Her mother remarries but the new husband passed away shortly afterwards. Despite all odds, Metok embarks on a journey to find her father in her native grassland. Discovering his happy life with a new family, she is troubled by complex feelings she can only express through her imaginative drawings. As new waves of dating on smart phones sweeping through the area, traditional life and nomadic family values start to collapse. In Tibet, divorce is becoming a social problem, affecting more and more families. The film documents this adolescent's quest for father and belonging, spotlighting a young girl living tenaciously in a society of radical transformation.
  • The documentary “Fences Around Us” studies the disastrous effects on the lives and culture of modern San people of Botswana who have been forced to live in settlements instead of hunting and gathering in the wild. Renowned for their deep connection with the land, the San people are believed to be the first inhabitants of Southern Africa. Genetic evidence suggests they are among the oldest peoples in the world, placed at the root of the human tree. For millenniums, they have maintained a delicate balance with the environment. Today, their existence hangs by a thread. They were evicted from their ancestral land during the 1980s diamond trade boom, were forbidden to hunt and forced to apply for costly and scarce hunting permits. Harassment of residents, dismantling of infrastructure, and bans on hunting appear to have been used to induce residents to leave. The government has denied that any of the relocation was forced. A legal battle followed.
  • Arctic Circle, Ny-Ålesund, during the 120-day polar night, science expedition team member Liu Yang would be stationed alone at the China Arctic Expedition Yellow River Station in order to monitor the aurora. What kind of experience it was to stay in complete dark for more than 2800 hours? And what kind of people would live in such a small town that it took only 15 minutes to walk through?
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