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Project Title: Mothers Airfield
Completion Date: November, 2015
Release Date:
Running Time: 97 mins
Genre: Feature
Aspect Ratio: 2.35
Sound: Dolby Stereo
Screening Format: DCP
Original Language:Mongolian
[ Directed by ] : Zhou Yupeng
[ Cast ]
Badema:Director Dawa
Wuliji Wuke :Sarenfu
Erdeng Tuoya :Baoderima
Ma Shaobo :Maonaohai (child)
Bi Lige :Sarenfu (child)
[ Staff ]
Screenplay: Zhuo Gehe, Bode Liya
Cinematographer: Wang Meng
Editor: Zhang Jianhua, Wang Hongli
Production Designer: Wang Shixing, Wang Xiaoying
Sound Director: Da Rihan
Music: Bao Le’er, Li Zhaoyu
Producer: Feng Yiwei, Yang Guizhen
[ Production Company ]
[ Distributor ]
[ Production Studio ]
[ Logline ]
A loose tongue and a white lie offers a lonely mother hope.
[ Story ]
Mother’s Airfield tells the story of an elderly Mongolian shepherdess (Eji) who adopts a Chinese boy (Maonaohai) relocated during the 1960’s famine from Shanghai to the grasslands of Inner Mongolia. Years later when Maonaohai has grown into a healthy and strong young man, he joins the air force and reluctantly leaves the place he now regards as home. Eji is left alone again to work the land and dream of seeing her adopted son once more.
Knowing that Eji’s health and hopes are failing, a drunken neighbor tells Eji that Maonaohai will soon fly his plane to visit Eji on her isolated farmstead. She consequently sets about laboring to build a runway. None of the local people can bear to disillusion Eji, and caught up in the well-meaning lie, the whole community soon finds themselves assisting her in preparing the ground for Maonaohai’s anticipated return.
[ Official Site ]
[ Film Festivals, Awards ]
China Cinema Section, 40th Montreal World Film Festival
Panorama Section, the 38th Cairo International Film Festival
Best Cinematography Award, 1st Canada China International Film Festival
Official Selection, 12th Chinese American Film Festival
Best Actress Award, The Sixth Zabaikalsky International Film Festival

[ Countries / regions that have been sold ]
[ Contact (International) ] Feng Yiwei
Copyright of the film belongs to:
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Zhou Yupeng was born in 1958 in Tianjing, China. He started his career as an actor, being a member the Inner Mongolian Peking Opera Troupe. He left for Inner Mongolian Film Productions in 1977 and started to work as a film director in 1996. He is one of China’s “A-list” directors.
Mother’s Airfield (2016)
Doctor in Gan’nan (2014)
Silent Past (2013)
The Life and Death of Golden Swan (2012)
The Story of the Village (2010)
Silent Beach (2009)
The Silent Girl, Hongxing (2007)
Wang Sha (2006)
The Son of Syynmagik (2005)
Nominated for Best Music, 25th Golden Rooster Award
8th Sarina Art Creation Award of Inner Mongolia (2006)
Presented at Beijing Minority Film Exhibition
Race to the Top (2004)
Mother (2002)
Nominated for 2003 Huabiao Film Festival
7th Sarina Art Creation Award of Inner Mongolia (2003)
Leading Actor
Tangad Borkhuu was born in 1945 and studied acting and directing at the Mongolian State University of Arts and Culture. Since 1965, she has appeared in more than 60 films and 200 stage plays. She has been invited to act in films from Germany, Russia and Kalmyk. She was awarded the Big Dipper Award, Two Decades Pioneer Award, and Outstanding Artist and Actor of Merit by the Mongolian State Government.
Feng Yiwei was born in 1978 and graduated from the Dance Department, Art College of Inner Mongolian University in 2001. She was a weather forecast host for Inner Mongolian TV Station channels for more than three years. In 2000 she embarked on an acting career, appearing in fifteen different TV series and films between 2000 and 2006. In 2007, she entered film production and was also location manager for six films. In 2010, she appeared as the leading actress in two films and a TV series. She started to produce her own films in 2013.
Mother’s Airfield (2016)
Kids Of Wuzhumuqin Town (2015)
Silent Past (2013)
Great Wall (six-episode documentary: 2013)