China Onscreen closes 2017 with a selection of new films premiering at the 21st Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival  in Estonia (November 17-December 3, 2017). A FIAPF A-category festival, Tallinn has emerged in recent years to be the largest event of its kind in Northern Europe and the Baltic region. China Onscreen is proud to have provided curatorial support for the following titles:

Bangzi Melody – Official Selection

(China, 2017, International Premiere)

Director: Zheng Dasheng

Ash – Special Screening

(China, 2017, European Premiere)

Director: Li Xiaofeng

River’s Edge – Forum

(China, 2017, World Premiere)

Director: Wang Chao

The White Girl – Forum

(Hong Kong, 2017, Estonian Premiere)

Directors: Jenny Suen and Christopher Doyle

Our Time Will Come – Panorama 

(Hong Kong, 2017, Estonian Premiere)

Director: Ann Hui

I Have Nothing to Say – 

Sleepwalkers International Competition: Strange. Love.

(Taiwan, 2017, Baltic Premiere)

Director: Ying Liang

UCLA Confucius Institute Executive Director Susan Pertel Jain will also participate in an Industry@Tallinn panel discussion on November 29 on “Accessing the Confucius Institute Network: The Baltic as Nexus for European and Chinese Creative Collaboration.”