|Analysis / Tina的方程式
–Tina is a 13-year-old maths genius in an isolated world where solid and definite answers given by computer analysis are more comforting and secure than the ambiguity of human relations. This mathematical savant fills her world with imaginary visions rich with mathematical fantasies.
However, her aspiration gets questioned by an unlikely mentor, Mr Richardson. This science teacher shares her genius but challenges her to connect with the human world. When Tina’s family life is threatened, she must make a choice between retreating deeper into isolation or solving her ‘human equation’. Read more
回家 – The Journey Home (in financial development)
|Featuring “Mary” Wei JiayingDirector Richard Trombly
Development scenes for the feature film THE JOURNEY HOME Photos by RIchard Trombly
The Journey Home is a feature film production in development by Screenwriter Richard Trombly. It is a story of a young Chinese girl orphaned and sent to live with relatives and her quest to find herself and the meaning of Home all against the backdrop of modern China. This is a road movie that will explore the heart and soul of China and its people while traversing the Yangzte Delta region on a journey from Shanghai to Wuhan and back in a quest to find “Home.”
Living in China, it seems whereever you point your lens, you see something worthy of photographing. The Colors and Textures of China are just such a pleasure to shoot and nothing compares to meeting the people. China Backstreets is a fun and not-very-documentary look at China and its people in 3-5 minute “webisodes.” The topics and places we choose offer a unique look at a china you might not often see in some of the smaller places and back streets. This will be an ongoing series and we have already completed some episodes with more on the way.
Dark Waters (in script development)
Director Richard Trombly
Like Trombly’s other Mandarin language films in China, this story centers on the struggle Chinese youth face in balancing 5000 years of tradition and the crashing wave of modern society and western culture. Even as the modern world should offer endless freedom of choice, there seem to be so few options to many young Chinese. It is like being on a boat and seeing so many possible destinations in the distance around you while being restricted in choice to merely going up or down stream.