|Directed by||Feng Yan|
|Produced by||Feng Yan|
|Edited by||Feng Yan
Bing'ai (Chinese: 秉爱, also romanized Bingai) is a 2007 Chinese documentary film directed and produced by Feng Yan (冯艳). It is about a peasant woman, Zhang Bing'ai, who refused to relocate during the construction of the Three Gorges Dam.
Bing'ai won the Ogawa Shinsuke Prize at the 2007 Yamagata International Documentary Film Festival. It also won First Prize at the 2008 Punto de Vista International Documentary Film Festival.
In Variety, Robert Kohler called it a "beautifully observed" documentary and a "worthy addition to the Mainland's astonishing onrush of nonfiction films that take measure of the human scale in Chinese life".
- Up the Yangtze, a 2007 documentary film about people affected by the building of the Three Gorges Dam
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