Friday, October 16, 2020

Chicago International Film Festival - FINDING YINGYING, directed by Jenny Shi, presented by MTV Documentary Films

Directed by Jiayan "Jenny" Shi
Produced by Brent E. Huffman and Diane Quon
Executive produced by Sheila Nevins, Mark Mitten, Ken Pelletier,
Jolene Pinder, and Gordon Quinn
**WINNER - SXSW 2020 - Special Jury Prize for Breakthrough Voice**
**WINNER - Best Documentary Feature - 2020 Loudoun Arts Film Festival**
**WINNER - Best Documentary Feature - 2020 Middlebury New Filmmakers Film Festival**
**OFFICIAL SELECTION - 2020 Chicago International Film Festival**
**OFFICIAL SELECTION - Double Exposure Investigative Film Festival**

Yingying Zhang, a 26-year-old Chinese student, comes to the U.S. to study. In her detailed and beautiful diaries, the aspiring young scientist and teacher is full of optimism, hoping to also be married and a mother someday. Within weeks of her arrival, Yingying disappears from the campus. Through exclusive access to Yingying’s family and boyfriend, Finding Yingying closely follows their journey as they search to unravel the mystery of her disappearance and seek justice for their daughter while navigating a strange, foreign country. But most of all, Finding Yingying is the story of who Yingying was: a talented young woman loved by her family and friends.


The film is available virtually from today, October 16th
through Sunday, October 25th


Tonight - Friday, October 16th at 9:00pm
with director Jiayan “Jenny” Shi, producer Brent E. Huffman, and cinematographer Shilin Sun



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