The Iron Ministry (Film)

John Paul Sniadecki (Cinematographer)

Research output: Non-textual formDocumentary/Film/TV

Abstract

Filmed over three years on China’s railways, The Iron Ministry traces the vast interiors of a country on the move and immerses audiences in fleeting relationships and uneasy encounters between humans and machines on what will soon be the world's largest railway network.

Museum of Modern Art, New York, permanent collection, distributed by Icarus Films.


Selected Screenings:

Locarno Film Festival International Competition (Golden Leopard nominee)
New York Film Festival (Documentary Spotlight)
L’Alternativa International Film Festival (winner: “Best Film Award”)
Camden International Film Festival (winner: “Special Jury Award”)
Valdivia International Film Festival (winner: “Special Jury Award”)
Ann Arbor Film Festival (winner: “Special Jury Award”)
American Film Institute (AFI)
Chicago International Film Festival
Rotterdam International Film Festival
Torino International Film Festival
San Francisco International Film Festival
CPH:DOX
DocLisboa
Vienna International Film Festival
RIDM (Recontres International Documentaire Montreal)
Cork International Film Festival
FIFE Il de France
BAFICI (Buenos Aires International Festival of Independent Cinema)
Wisconsin International Film Festival
Portland International Film Festival
Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival
Freiburg Film Forum
Images Film Festival
Vancouver International Film Festival
Mostra Indie Brazil
Riviera Maya International Film Festival
Ambulante International Film Festival
Zagreb Human Rights Film Festival
Planete Doc International Film Festival
Munich Dokfest
Hamburg Dokwoche
Brisbane Asia Pacific Film Festival
Jeonju International Film Festival
Encounters International Film Festival
London Open City Film Festival
Lima Independent Film Festival
Beijing Independent Film Festival
Original languageEnglish (US)
Media of outputFilm
Size87 min
StatePublished - 2014

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