Director Han Tao
Han Tao(born February 16, 1979) is a Chinese Independent film director and artist. Now he is working in BeiJing and LaiWu.
He held his first personal exhibition in ShanDong Art Academy in 1999, since then, he became an Independent artist. In 2007, as a curator, He successfully launched the “Breathing- Shandong Contemporary Art Exhibition in 2007”. This is a clear combing of the development history of contemporary art in Shandong Province from 1979 to 2007, and it was also the first large-scale group exhibition of contemporary art in the history of Shandong Province. It was one of the most important exhibitions in Shandong contemporary art ecology.
He has started filming since 2001. He watched <Weekend> directed by Jean-Luc Godard by accident and fascinated by the experimental qualities in the movie, then he decided to be a director.
Started from documentary, he gradually turned to the feature film. He has completed 7 documentaries and 4 feature films and 1 film combined with documentary and feature film by now, in which <The Missing> won the K26 Experimental Film Award at the Hamburg International Film Festival and the Silver Award at the Atlanta International Documentary Film Festival, <Wolf> won the Best Experimental Story Film Award in the 49th Houston International Film Festival, the Best Director Award and Best Screenplay Award in Asia New Media Film Festival in 2016 and the Golden Butterfly Orchid Award and the Jury Award in Cannes China’s honor unit In May 2018.
|2001||Women in the history||Documentary||60 minutes|
|2005||Who is my Lord||Documentary||64mins||The first PingYao DV Film Festival|
|2015||Nine years, ten months, twenty days||Documentary||100mins||Nominated-Beijing Independent Film Festival Documentary Unit|
|2015||Scars||Documentary||170mins||Jointly directed with Zhuo Kailuo;Nominated-JiMei Bisex Film Festival's Best Documentary Competition Unit|
|2017||Wild Grass||Documentary||Nominated-the 14th China Independent Film Exhibition’s "Broad World" Unit|
|2015||The Missing ||Documentary + Feature film||87mins||Collaborated with Zhang Xianmin; K26 Experimental Film Award at the Hamburg International Film Festival;The Silver Award at the Atlanta International Documentary Film Festival.|
|2006||Heavy Fog||Feature film||112mins||Nominated-Munich International Film Festival in 2008|
|2015||Wolf||Feature film||92mins||Best Experimental Story Film Award in the 49th Houston International Film Festival;Best Director Award and Best Screenplay Award in Asia New Media Film Festival;|
|2017||Tiger in the zoo||Feature film||127mins||Nominated the 8th Golden Koala International Chinese Film Festival in Australia|
|2016||Purgatory||Feature film||131mins||PingYao International Film Festival|
|2016||950 Water Line||Feature film||85mins|
|2016||Weave a period time||Feature film|
Professor Zhang Xianmin, who is known as the "Godfather of Chinese Independent Films" once said: "Han Tao will be a person who can't get around in China's independent film circle."
In 2006, at the third documentary exchange week in Hefei, the famous documentary filmmaker Wu Wenguang said: "A lot of documentary film directors are shooting people's sufferings coldly, but they never point their cameras at themselves. Han Tao's "Who is me?" The Lord gave us a slap in the face."
Han Tao: "My film is aimed at my own life. For a documentary film director, I want to tell you what I am experiencing, what is happening, what I am thinking about, and I will take it out and show it to you."
Han Tao (Independent film director)
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