(DALIANNEWS)- Good Luck (Hongyun in Chinese), an ecological short film produced by Nikola Polic from University of Arts in Belgrade, Serbia, premiered in the 2018 Looking China-Liaoning Youth Film Program Screening Ceremony at School of Film and Television Art of Liaoning Normal University, June 1, 2018.
The short film wins the audience's hearts with the theme of harmonious co-existence between the human and nature. Set in Yangjia Village, Dachangshandao Town in Dalian, the film shows the comfortable daily life of the local fishermen, the customs on the island, the nice eco-environment with green plants, clear sky and sea as well as the beautiful sunset view.
The young international film director Nikola Polic, accompanied by Lin Yusheng, a sophomore majoring in television director at Liaoning Normal University, started his intense work in Dachangshandao Town from May 20 to 25 this year.
"It is my first time to work with the local fishmen on the sea. After a period of shooting, we spent a wonderful lunch time on the fishing boat and tasted fresh seafood.", said Nikola Polic with excitement and curiosity.
"We use our camera to record the real life of the energetic fishermen. Our teachers also help us to solve the problem of aerial photography so that we have the opportunity to capture more island views.", said Lin Yusheng. "We also experience the food culture here by tasting different kinds of seafood such as fish, crabs, conch meat and sea urchins on the fishing boat.", Lin added.
The short film will be broadcasted on CCTV, Beijing TV Station, Beijing People's Broadcasting Station and other domestic mainstream media together with Facebook, Youtube and other overseas social media.
Initiated in 2011, "Looking China · International Youth Film Project”has enormous influence in the world by promoting Chinese culture. The project aims to showcase Chinese stories through the unique perspectives of young foreign film makers. The international film makers are expected to produce 10-minute short films with the assistance of Chinese volunteers, so as to strengthen the cross-cultural communication and cooperation between Chinese and foreign young people.
(translated by Grace, Liang Kunhong and Li Zhaoqi)