|Chinese name||楊述 (traditional)|
|Chinese name||杨述 (simplified)|
|Pinyin||Yáng Shù (Mandarin)|
|Born||September 23, 1963|
|Origin||People's Republic of China|
Yang Shu (simplified Chinese: 杨述; traditional Chinese: 楊述) (born September 23, 1963) is a Chinese cinematographer, based in Beijing. His work was recognized at the Manaki Brothers International Film Camera Festival, where he was awarded the top prize of the Golden Camera 300 for his work as director of photography on Peacock (2005).
|Year||English Title||Chinese Title||Director|
|1991||Peering from the Moon||Henry Chow|
|2006||One Foot Off the Ground||鸡犬不宁||Chen Daming|
|2008||Shanghai 1976||上海１９７６||Hu Xueyang|
|2008||The Equation of Love and Death||李米的猜想||Cao Baoping|
- "Winners at the Manaki Film Festival – Macedonia". IMAGO- European Federation of Cinematographers. Retrieved 2008-03-09.
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