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MEET Our team!

Li Dan   Li Dan is the  executive director  of the China Women’s Film Festival. He holds a Degree in Astronomy from Beijing Normal University. In 2003, he dropped out of astrophysics in the Chinese Academy of Science to dedicate his work to non-profit organizations. His work was recognized in 2006, when he won the Reebok Human Rights Award. Since then, Li Dan has worked on social issues in China, and is primarily focused on advancing gender equality through the organization of events that address women's issues.  Email:  l.dan@chinawomensff.net

Li Dan

Li Dan is the executive director of the China Women’s Film Festival. He holds a Degree in Astronomy from Beijing Normal University. In 2003, he dropped out of astrophysics in the Chinese Academy of Science to dedicate his work to non-profit organizations. His work was recognized in 2006, when he won the Reebok Human Rights Award. Since then, Li Dan has worked on social issues in China, and is primarily focused on advancing gender equality through the organization of events that address women's issues.

Email: l.dan@chinawomensff.net

Kathleen Connell   Kathleen Connell is our  representative in Mongolia . She is currently pursuing a double major in Anthropology and Chinese with a minor in Central Asian studies. She has spent a lot of time studying and traveling around Central and East Asia. She is very passionate about human rights issues and helped facilitate the making of the short film “155”. She is currently studying in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.  Email:  contact@chinawomensff.net

Kathleen Connell

Kathleen Connell is our representative in Mongolia. She is currently pursuing a double major in Anthropology and Chinese with a minor in Central Asian studies. She has spent a lot of time studying and traveling around Central and East Asia. She is very passionate about human rights issues and helped facilitate the making of the short film “155”. She is currently studying in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.

Email: contact@chinawomensff.net

Ieva Kavaliauskaite   Ieva Kavaliauskaite, our  program manager  of the China Women's Film Festival since August 2018, was born and raised in Lithuania. She is a graduate in Contemporary Chinese Studies and International Relations at University of Nottingham, with an in-depth knowledge in China’s history, language, domestic and foreign affairs and a great passion for its culture. Ieva enjoys a fast-paced team environment, likes to take initiative and face new challenges.  Email:  i.kavaliauskaite@chinawomensff.net

Ieva Kavaliauskaite

Ieva Kavaliauskaite, our program manager of the China Women's Film Festival since August 2018, was born and raised in Lithuania. She is a graduate in Contemporary Chinese Studies and International Relations at University of Nottingham, with an in-depth knowledge in China’s history, language, domestic and foreign affairs and a great passion for its culture. Ieva enjoys a fast-paced team environment, likes to take initiative and face new challenges.

Email: i.kavaliauskaite@chinawomensff.net

Julie Bian   Julie Bian is our  Country Representative in Canada . She holds a Master in Education from the University of Nottingham, UK and is an alumni of INSEAD’s International Social Entrepreneur Program. Prior to joining CWFF, Julie worked for DKT International Beijing, a social enterprise promoting reproductive and sexual health through social marketing programs. Previously, Julie worked at Tsinghua University to support their overseas academic program, and served in the oil industry for eight years.  Email:  contact@chinawomensff.net

Julie Bian

Julie Bian is our Country Representative in Canada. She holds a Master in Education from the University of Nottingham, UK and is an alumni of INSEAD’s International Social Entrepreneur Program. Prior to joining CWFF, Julie worked for DKT International Beijing, a social enterprise promoting reproductive and sexual health through social marketing programs. Previously, Julie worked at Tsinghua University to support their overseas academic program, and served in the oil industry for eight years.

Email: contact@chinawomensff.net

Anastasiia Beltiukova   Anastasiia Beltiukova is our  office director Hong Kong . She has a background in Transformative Community Education and Development and Event Management and Operations which she gained in the corporate sector before leaving to work in the not-for-profit sector. Starting out in local community-based projects, she spent a few years organizing trainings and participatory education for young people across Asia.  Email:  a.beltiukova@chinawomensff.net

Anastasiia Beltiukova

Anastasiia Beltiukova is our office director Hong Kong. She has a background in Transformative Community Education and Development and Event Management and Operations which she gained in the corporate sector before leaving to work in the not-for-profit sector. Starting out in local community-based projects, she spent a few years organizing trainings and participatory education for young people across Asia.

Email: a.beltiukova@chinawomensff.net

Belén García-Noblejas   Belén García-Noblejas is our  international agent  since December 2017. Previously, she graduated in English Language and Literature and Chinese language at Universidad Autónoma in Madrid, where she is currently pursuing a PhD. She has worked as manager of the cultural section of Instituto Cervantes in Beijing, where she also performed as the representative for the Institution in front of EUNIC China Cluster (European Union National Institutes for Culture) for the development and implementation of joint cultural projects.  Email:  contact@chinawomensff.net

Belén García-Noblejas

Belén García-Noblejas is our international agent since December 2017. Previously, she graduated in English Language and Literature and Chinese language at Universidad Autónoma in Madrid, where she is currently pursuing a PhD. She has worked as manager of the cultural section of Instituto Cervantes in Beijing, where she also performed as the representative for the Institution in front of EUNIC China Cluster (European Union National Institutes for Culture) for the development and implementation of joint cultural projects.

Email: contact@chinawomensff.net

Laura van Megen   Laura van Megen is our  graduate research intern  at the CWFF Beijing office. She is born and raised in Amsterdam and obtained her degrees in Chinastudies, International Relations and Organizations and Political Science at Leiden University in the Netherlands. Currently she is conducting research on political opportunity structures for the women’s movement in China. Laura has great interest in contemporary social movements in the PRC.  Email:  l.vanmegen@chinawomensff.net

Laura van Megen

Laura van Megen is our graduate research intern at the CWFF Beijing office. She is born and raised in Amsterdam and obtained her degrees in Chinastudies, International Relations and Organizations and Political Science at Leiden University in the Netherlands. Currently she is conducting research on political opportunity structures for the women’s movement in China. Laura has great interest in contemporary social movements in the PRC.

Email: l.vanmegen@chinawomensff.net

Pierre de Champs   Pierre de Champs is our  intern at the CWFF Beijing office . He is born and raised in France and obtained his double-degrees in Commerce & Management from Neoma Business School in Reims and the University of International Business and Economics in Beijing. He has previous experiences in Human Ressources.  Email:  intern@chinawomensff.net

Pierre de Champs

Pierre de Champs is our intern at the CWFF Beijing office. He is born and raised in France and obtained his double-degrees in Commerce & Management from Neoma Business School in Reims and the University of International Business and Economics in Beijing. He has previous experiences in Human Ressources.

Email: intern@chinawomensff.net


Visit Us At our Hutong Office and Event Space

Crossroads Centre
18 Dashiqiao Hutong, Jiu Gulou Dajie, Xicheng District
Beijing, China


THE CHINA WOMEN'S FILM FESTIVAL IS HIRING!

China Women's Film Festival, partnered with United Nations Women, has become the most successful women's film festival in China as well as one of the most mainstream cross-cultural event.

CWFF CURRENT PROJECTS: 

  • Inviting international female directors to various cities in China (Beijing, Xi'an, Chengdu, etc.) to present their films and participate in discussions with their audiences.

  • Invite directors to hold documentary workshops for female directors in order to develop a stronger collection of female directors in China.

  • Build a screenwriter and cartoonist platform in order to create a new world of female comic heroes.

  • Promote the elimination of gender inequality through video advertising.

CWFF NEXT YEAR PROJECTS: 

  • Create a marketplace in Hong Kong for gender equality oriented films.

  • Hold a "Focus on the World" Film Festival with the help of an Italian curator in Naples.

  • Establish the Women's International Film Archive.

AVAILABLE POSITIONS: 

  • Designer - Illustration and graphic design

  • Project Assistant A - Social media (requires good writing skills) 

  • Project Assistant B - Organize volunteers and prepare activities (need to possess good organization skills)

Job Location: Beijing, Gulou Area

Work Hours: Monday - Friday 9:30 - 5:30 (often goes overtime) 

Salary: 5,000RMB (before tax) 

If interested, please send your resumé and motivation letter to: contact@chinawomensff.net