CHINA’S FORGOTTEN DAUGHTERS
Directed by Meng Han, Vincent Du
FREE PROGRAM, TICKET REQUIRED.
CHINA’S FORGOTTEN DAUGHTERS tells an intimate story of one woman’s journey that challenges traditional notions of family and identity, revealing the wounds that 40 years of the one-child policy have inflicted at the very heart of Chinese society.
Meng Han is a Beijing-based filmmaker. With a focus on women’s and children’s rights, her works include the photo essay, “Chinese Adoptees at Home in America”, published in The New York Times. This is her first feature-length film project.
Vincent Du’s documentary, CHINA’S LITTLE ROCK STAR (2013), won the British One World Media Award. He directed a socially-critical, documentary-style fiction film, FIVE TO NINE (2015), in collaboration with three other Asian directors.
Director: Meng Han, Vincent Du
Producer: Ruby Yang
Executive Producer: Ruby Chen, Ben Tsiang, Chao-wei Chang
Director of Photography: Vincent Du
Editor: Meng Han, Ka Ue So
Music Composer: Brian Keane