Asia Society at the Movies: No Man’s LandVIEW EVENT DETAILS
Part of a Ning Hao Retrospective
No Man’s Land (2013) is a neo-western thriller that follows a young lawyer, Pan Xiao, from the city as he travels to the Gobi desert and embarks on a series of misadventures. After successfully defending an illegal poacher, Pan attempts to head back to the city, but unwittingly trespasses into no man’s land and finds himself in a world of trouble.
Join us for a weekend-long screening of No Man’s Land.
No Man’s Land
“A bleak and completely engaging Chinese neo-western thriller that works on almost every level.” — The Hollywood Reporter
Duration: 115 minutes
Director: Ning Hao
Writers: Ning Hao, Shu Ping, Xing Aina
Producers: Ning Hao, Yu Weiguo, Lin Fanxi
Executive Producers: Han Sanping, Han Xiaoli, Li Peisen
Principal Cast: Xu Zheng, Yu Nan, Huang Bo, Duobujie
This film is presented as part of a Ning Hao retrospective, organized by Asia Society at the Movies. One of China’s most distinguished filmmakers, Ning Hao is a director, writer, and producer whose unique films depict the rapidly changing kaleidoscope of modern Chinese society.
This program is made possible by Dirty Monkey.
This program is presented by Asia Society Museum and Asia Society Southern California as part of Asia Society at the Movies, a series that showcases a broad range of films and filmmakers from across Asia and the Asian diaspora.
Asia Society at the Movies
Asia Society is proud to present Asia Society at the Movies, a new series of film screenings and conversations showcasing a broad range of films and filmmakers from across Asia and the Asian diaspora. Asia Society at the Movies celebrates established and emerging voices, contemporary films and classics, and documentaries. The series builds on Asia Society’s long and rich history of film programming. This initiative also serves to deepen understanding of Asian cultures—a core part of Asia Society’s mission since its creation. Learn more about the Asia Society at the Movies initiative.
About Asia Society Museum
Asia Society Museum presents a wide range of traditional, modern, and contemporary exhibitions of Asian and Asian American art, taking new approaches to familiar masterpieces and introducing under-recognized arts and artists. The Asia Society Museum Collection comprises a traditional art collection, including the initial bequests of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rockefeller 3rd, and a contemporary art collection. Through exhibitions and public programs, Asia Society provides a forum for the issues and viewpoints reflected in both traditional and contemporary Asian art and in Asia today.
About Asia Society Southern California
Established in Los Angeles in 1985, Asia Society Southern California (ASSC) is ideally situated at the gateway to the Asia-Pacific region. ASSC has played a pivotal role through creative programs and activities in increasing shared knowledge, enhancing dialogue, and furthering cultural exchanges transcending regional boundaries. As part of the global Asia Society, which was founded more than 60 years ago in New York City, ASSC has launched many creative initiatives and programs addressing current issues of importance across the fields of the arts, culture, policy, business, and education.
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