Pear or Alien
4 min 8 sec
With the completion of the Three Gorges Dam in 2009, 1.13 million people living along the Yangtze River have been dislocated. The majority of them are farmers. Bing’ai tells the story of one woman farmer who refused to move away from her village. The film offers an insight into her seven-year struggle with officials who pressure her to relocate, while a strong devotion to her land compels her to remain in the place she calls home.I'm a paragraph. Click here to add your own text and edit me. I’m a great place for you to tell a story and let your users know a little more about you.
26-year-old Lei Lei is an up-and-coming multimedia Chinese animation artist working with graphic design, illustration, short cartoon, graffiti and music. In 2009 he received a Master's degree in animation from Tsinghua University. In 2010, his film This is Love was shown at the Ottawa International Animation Festival and was named the 2010 Best Narrative Short. In 2013 his film Recycled was selected by the Annecy festival and also won the Grand Prix shorts (non-narrative) at the Holland International Animation Film Festival.
Pear or Alien screened at Hongkong InDpadan film festival
Pear or Alien competition nominees at the Ottawa International Animation Festival
Pear or Alien_Ann Arbor Film Festival ,USA
Pear or Alien screened at the Beijing Independent Film festival
Pear or Alien screened at ANIFEST International Animation Festival, Czech Republic
Pear or Alien screened at FestAnca International Animation Festival, Slovakia
Pear or Alien screened at Fantasia International Animation Festival, Canada