In 2010, Zhang Yuan: Unspoiled Brats was exhibited at Ullens Center for Contemporary Arts in Beijing and the namesake film was completed in 2011. The film focuses on the life of China's youths in Beijing and the exhibition portrayed the life stories of young Chinese. Over 200 young people applied for major characters in Zhang's work, and finally ten got the chance to tell their stories in pictures.
Poster for Lu Chuan's The Last Supper
Filming will complete at the end of October after extending the five month shoot. Liu Ye publicly stated that there is no time limit for the film and scheduled no other films for the rest of the year. Daniel Wu and Chang Chen expressed full support and stood behind the director. Lu Chuan's demand for detail and texture required many sets to be (re)built(?). (Sina)
Yao Chen watches as Huang Xiaoming get eyedrops prior to the ceremony launching Chen Kaige's new film, an adaptation of a Japanese fantasy story of a monk set in the Tang Dynasty. Huang recently suffered sudden eye problems while working on Andrew Lau's The Guillotines.