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Human Flow Human Flow

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Masters | Masters | AI Weiwei | Germany | 2017 | 140min | DCP | color | Documentary
Director Ai WEIWEI Screenplay Chin-Chin YAP, Tim FINCH, Boris Cheshirkov Producer Ai WEIWEI, Chin-Chin YAP, Heino DECKERT Cinematography Ai WEIWEI, Murat BAY, Christopher DOYLE Art Director Martin LANGENBACH Editor Nils PAGH ANDERSEN Sound Koen de LEEUW Music Karsten FUNDAL Cast N/A

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  • Review

    The cine-essay on the theme of migration in the 21st century by the exiled Chinese and concept artist Ai Weiwei. Ai Weiwei traveled all over the world and tracked deserted migrants under the conditions of globalization. To capture the movement of the people, Ai Weiwei took the procession of the refugees with a pleasant aerial shot. In [#i_]Human Flow [_i#]using a strategy of empathy, Ai Weiwei took the procession of the refugees with a pleasant aerial shot to capture the movement of the moving people. He presents the creative vision of VR and Drones, following the perspective of Gianfranco Rosi´s [#i_]Fire at sea[_i#](2015), a representative work in this field. He records the Exodus of the present age, providing TV news that the news does not show or cannot show, such as the refugee procession to Germany via Hungary. [JANG Byungwon]

Director

AI Weiwei

Born in Beijing in 1957. From architecture to installations, social media to documentaries, Ai uses a wide range of mediums as expressions of new ways for his audiences to examine society and its values. He has made numerous documentaries about social and political issues that have won major film festival awards, including Disturbing the Peace(2009), One Recluse(2010), Ordos 100(2012) and Ai Weiwei’s Appeal ¥15,220.910.50(2014).