Nini, What Time Is It There?
Sabrina ZHAO Ruobing
33 minutes | 2020 | Fiction | Mandarin Chinese | English Subtitles
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Two young Chinese women draw themselves into an irreconcilable relationship with each other, one in a small town of Southwestern China, and the other in an old apartment in Toronto.
Born and raised in Sichuan, China, Sabrina Zhao studied Film & New Media and Literature at New York University Abu Dhabi. She is also a recent MFA graduate in Film and Video from York University. She likes to blend documentary, fiction and experimental. Her first feature film, The Good Woman of Sichuan (2021), was screened at Berlinale Forum, MoMA Doc Fortnight, CPH:DOX, etc. Her short-form films in the vein of documentary and auto-fiction were screened at Sharjah Art Foundation, Open City Documentary Festival, Images Festival, etc. Currently, she is based in Toronto.
- Director: Sabrina ZHAO Ruobing
- Producer: Federica Foglia
- Screenplay: Sabrina ZHAO Ruobing
- Cinematographer: LIU Xin
- Editor: Sabrina ZHAO Ruobing