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Wang Xiaoshuai (Chinese: 王小帅, pinyin: Wáng Xiăoshuài; born May 22, 1966 in Shanghai) is a Chinese film director, screenwriter and occasional actor. He is commonly grouped under the loose association of filmmakers known as the Sixth Generation of the Cinema of China. Many of Wang's works are known for their sensitive portrayal of teens and youths, most notable in films such as Beijing Bicycle, So Close to Paradise, Drifters, and Shanghai Dreams. His 2008 film In Love We Trust was an exception as it portrays marital strains. He also served as a member of the jury of the BigScreen Italia Film Festival 2006, held in Kunming, Yunnan, China. Description above from the Wikipedia article Wang Xiaoshuai , licensed under CC-BY-SA,full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
May 22, 1966, Shanghai, China
? FrozenScreenplay and Director ? Beijing BicycleDirector 1994 The DaysScreenplay and Director 1995 Weekend Lover 1998 The Red ViolinJunior Policeman (Shanghai) 1999 The HouseDirector and Writer 2005 The World 2005 Shanghai DreamsDirector and Screenplay 2008 In Love We TrustDirector and Writer 2010 Chongqing BluesDirector, Screenplay, and Producer 2012 11 FlowersDirector, Writer, Screenplay, and Producer 2012 Far AwayDirector 2014 Red AmnesiaDirector and Screenplay 2018 An Elephant Sitting StillProducer 2019 So Long, My SonWriter and DirectorLimited to the 15 most popular items