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He was born in 1977 in Jinan City Shandong Province, studied in Beijing Film Academy majoring in Film Directing from 2005 to 2008 and achieved the post-graduate diploma.
In 2007, his short film Guodao (National Highway) was officially selected by the 64th Venice Film Festival Shorts Competition and was screened at several European film festivals. Guodao was also officially invited by the 7th South Taiwan Film and Video Festival.
In 2009, his feature long film project Tan Huan(The Paralytics) was selected by 19th Festival Du Cannes Cinéfondation La Résidence. He was invited to stay in Paris from Oct 2009 to Feb 2010 to complete the script and launch the project.
In 2010 he was invited to attend the 63rd Festival Du Cannes as the participants of Cinéfondation La Résidence. During the period of the Festival he made a short film Final Fantasy for the Short Film Corner Section of the Festival.


Fight For Coca-Cola(2005, 1min, 16mm)

Lixia(Summer Begins) (2006, 20min, DV)

Yeban(Night Shift) (2006, 12min, DV)

Guodao(National Highway) (2007, 20min, HD)
Festivals/Awardsv 64th Venice Film Festival Corto Cortissimo Competition Section
7th Taiwan South Film and Video Festival

Hexian(My Sonata) (2008, 30min, HD)
Official Screening 7th Yokohama International Student Film Festival

Tanhuan(The Paralytics) (2009, Screenplay)
Official Selection 19th Session Cinefodation Residence Du Festival De Cannes
Official Selection International Film Festival Tokyo FilmeX Next Masters 2010

Finale Fantaisie (2010, 3min, HD)
Official Sélection 2010 Cannes à la Flip Section

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