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Born in Sichuan Provence and raised in Beijing, Emily Tang received her Master of Arts in Drama in the Chinese National Institute of the Arts and attended the directing program at the Central Academy of Drama, which paved the way for her career as a director. In 2001, she directed her debut film Conjugation, which had its world premiere at the Locarno International Film Festival. That same year, she emigrated to Hong Kong, where she now resides.
Born in Hong Kong, Chow Keung studied anthropology, sociology and media studies in Hong Kong and New York. Upon returning to Hong Kong, he worked for the Hong Kong Arts Centre and Hong Kong Film Critics Society before devoting himself full time to filmmaking. In 2003, he co-founded Xstream Pictures with Jia Zhangke and Yu Lik-wai. He has produced 17 independent Chinese feature films, including Still Life (winner, Golden Lion Award, 2006 Venice International Film Festival), Useless Diao Yinan’s Uniform (winner, Dragons and Tigers Award, 2003 Vancouver International Film Festival) and Emily Tang’sPerfect Life (winner, Dragons and Tigers Award, 2008 Vancouver International Film Festival).
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