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This touring festival of rare Chinese film gets underway in Edinburgh on March 9, before touring around the UK. Featuring films dating back to the 1930s, many of these films are not available on DVD, so the festival represents a rare opportunity to see them. Highlights include an ultra-rare print of Yellow Earth and a special screening of Goddess with a newly commissioned live score.
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Love and politics lead the way to destruction in the Chinese imperial court.
Portrait of the tragic life of the Chinese Greta Garbo, Ruan Lingyu.
A prostitute in 1930s Shanghai tries to build a future for her son.
The wife of a brutal dye house owner embarks on an illicit affair with her husband's nephew.
A man embarks on a quest of the head and the heart in an attempt to reconnect with his son.
Visually ravishing fable of maverick warriors in ancient China.
History of a love affair that never was.
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