Key Crew

Director of Photography, Wang Yu 

Wang Yu has worked on an impressive array of films, from his first movie Suzhou River (2000, director Lou Ye) to The Go Master (2006, Tian Zhuangzhuang). He has gone on to win the Golden Goblet for Best Cinematography at the 10th Shanghai International Film Festival in 2007, and he was nominated for Achievement in Cinematography at the 2007 Asia Pacific Screen Awards.

Read Wang Yu’s Q & A

Production Designer,  Zhai Tao 

Zhai Tao has worked as art director and set decorator on numerous Chinese films. His feature film work as Production Designer can be seen in Kung Fu Hip-Hop, Welcome to Shamatown, and Who Had Seen the Festival of the Wild Animals?, a film that’s been banned in China.

Read Zhai Tao’s Q & A

Costume Designer,  Laurence Xu

Laurence Xu is a much sought-after costume designer in China. He’s also a well-known couture gown designer for many Chinese actresses attending red carpet events at festivals around the world.  His feature film credits include: When Ruo Ma Was 17, The Road,  The Sun Also Rises,  A Bride in Shangri-LaThe Red Awn, and Dark Matter.  

Read  Laurence Xu’s Q & A

Supervising Editor, Lisa Fruchtman  

Lisa is an Academy Award-winning editor who has worked in both feature film and television. Among her many film projects are Apocalypse Now, The Right Stuff, Children of a Lesser God, The Godfather 3, The Doctor, My Best Friend’s Wedding and The Woodsman.

Her awards and honors include an Oscar for The Right Stuff; Academy Award and BAFTA nominations for Best Editing for both Godfather 3 and Apocalypse Now; an Emmy Nomination and a cable ACE award for Truman. Her work for Children of a Lesser God was nominated for Best Picture.

Read  Lisa Fructman’s Q & A

Editor, Lisa Cheek

Lisa has been a film editor for the past 25 years, working in Los Angeles, New York, Montreal, and San Francisco. She has cut commercials for high-profile accounts and worked on several short films including Spike Lee’s A Weekend in Martha’s Vineyard and the award-winning feature 20 Dates.

Composer, Robert Miller 

Robert is a prolific composer of film, concert, and commercial music. His distinctive style has made its mark on over 1800 commercials, a growing body of film scores, and works for concert and the stage. Over the years, he’s received six CLIO awards for his work in advertising. He has also been a long-time collaborator with The American Museum of Natural History’s Hayden Planetarium, composing orchestral scores for two planetarium shows “Journey to the Stars” and “Big Bang.”

Read  Robert Miller’s Q & A

Hear samples of Robert’s original score

Sound Designer, Richard Beggs   

Richard, a sound designer and mixer on 65 feature films since 1976, has worked with Francis Ford Coppola, Barry Levinson, Alfonso Cuaron and other major directors. His most recent project was Sofia Coppola’s Somewhere (2010).  He won an Academy Award for sound on Apocalypse Now and has also received seven Golden Reel sound nominations.

In addition to his work on films, Richard Beggs has created scores for contemporary ballets and exhibited his paintings at SFMOMA and the Oakland Museum of Art. He also teaches film sound at the California College of the Arts and the San Francisco Film Society.

Feli Tang, First Assistant Director and Visual Effects Artist

Feli is a Hong Kong-based Assistant Director and Effects Artist whose two credits on this film don’t adequately represent her unique contribution to Cinderella Moon.

Max Chan Tat Leong, First Assistant Editor, Post Production Technical Director, Visual Effects Digital Artist

Max is a Hong Kong-based technical wizard and highly skilled digital artist whose fingerprints are on every frame of Cinderella Moon.

Joey Wang Yizhou, Script Supervisor

Joey is a Beijing-based Script Supervisor. Cinderella Moon was her first film, and she proved herself to be one of the fastest learners on the planet.

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