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Dancing with Water: Stonewalling 18

Part of Chinese Cinema Project
Screened in partnership with Queen Mary University of London
HUANG Ji and Ryuji Otsuka, China, 2022, 148m.

*This screening will be followed by a Q&A with the director, who will be in London.

When Lynn discovers that she is pregnant, finishing her studies as a flight attendant is called into question. Not wanting to have an abortion and hide her pregnancy from her absent boyfriend, Lynn hopes to give the child away at birth.

Dancing with water: women’s cinema from contemporary China is a film season (Feb-April 2024) curated and programmed by Kiki Tianqi Yu (Senior Lecturer in Film, QMUL)and Shan Tong, with funding support from the Centre for Public Engagement, Queen Mary University of London, and in partnership with the Garden Cinema, BLOC, Bertha DocHouse, Sine Screen and Queen East Festival. The screenings at the Garden Cinema are supported by The Chinese Cinema Project.

The season captures a burgeoning energy of fluidity, flexibility and resilience of Chinese women filmmakers and their cinemas, resonating with the Daoist concept of yin and water as not only soft and formless but also pervasive and tenacious. For more please check out

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