Weimin Zhang, an award winning filmmaker and professional cinematographer. She is one of the China's Sixth Generation
filmmakers graduated from Beijing Film Academy in Cinematography.
Weimin Zhang has been working on numerous award winning feature
films, documentary films, TV drama series in both China and the U.S for
over 15 years.
The award winning feature films that she worked as director of
photographer include: Grandfather Ge, The Homebound Crane and
CEO. Nushu – The Secret Writing of Women in China won the best documentary film at 8th Torino International Women's Film Festival, Italy in 1999. Her feature documentary film, The House of Spirit won numerous awards in international film festivals. In 2007, The Library of Congress (Asian Division) acquisitioned her interactive multimedia DVD-Rom, "Nushu – The Women's Secret Writing" for permanent preservation in its collection as a scholarly research project. After she finished 2008 Beijing Olympic Official film as the U.S. unit director, she is now working on her own feature documentary The Last Days of Beijing Hutongs, see http://hutongstory.com