The Edge of the Bazaar, A Documentary About Uyghur Rural Life

March 2, 2015 § Leave a comment

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One of the emerging trends among young Uyghur film directors is a new attention to documentary filmmaking. This approach has long been a part of Uyghur cinema, but previously it was often part of a larger public relations presentation sponsored by the Chinese Culture Ministry. These new documentary short films are independently producedĀ on limited budgets by young filmmakers who have an intimate knowledge of their subjects.

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