Xueli Han

Xueli Han

EYESPOT FILMS
Screenwriter

Hangzhou, China

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July 2020
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About Xueli

I am from inner-Mongolia(part of China now) of Mongol descent, currently based in Hangzhou, China. My current work is mainly the worldview building of the story and the writing of the script (in Chinese for now). To be specific, my current writing project is a science fiction story, named The Antimatter Girl targeted at teenagers which are expected to be a series of four seasons. In addition to the animation script, I am also responsible for the content control of the podcast script and online novel.

From 2016-2020, I worked for EYESPOTS FILMS in Berlin as a screenwriter. I wrote in English, my work includes short films and feature films. Shorts include "Boundaries" shot in Bosnia about Kurdish refugee boy and Bosnian boy who unites over lost kite and "Morin Khuur (The Horsehead Fiddle)" shot in Mongolia themed on climate change and nomadic human migration. Feature films include "A White Horse for Batavia" and "Hotel Sedra". The former inspired by the real story of a young teenage Jewish boy Beno Sternlicht, who narrowly escapes Nazi attacked Poland, then on the run as a child refugee 3yrs, eventually landing in Bombay, India. The latter is a horror-comedy set in a hotel-turned refugee camp.

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  • Boundaris

    Boundaris Budget: $0 - $100K | Drama A Bosnian border police son's lost kite is picked up by a Kurdish refugee boy. After a skirmish, they agree to build a new kite together overcoming boundaries. However, their parent’s joint search unveils mistrust and suspicions towards one another.

  • The Horsehead Fiddle

    The Horsehead Fiddle Budget: $0 - $100K | Drama Suffered by the shortage of water, a Mongolian herder decides to leave the community as well as his best friend, by making a Horsehead Fiddle out of the bones of their beloved horse, the herder begged his best friend for understanding.

  • A White Horse for Batavia

    A White Horse for Batavia Budget: $30M+ | Historical Drama In 1939, Poland, a young teenage Jewish boy Beno Sternlicht is on the run as a child refugee 3yrs, after finding his father on way, they eventually landing in Bombay, India. 

Awards

  • Inheritance Festival
    (2021)

  • Berlin Interfilm Festival Nomination
    (2020)

  • Wildlife Conservation Film Festival Nomination
    (2020)

  • Brussels International Short Film Festival Nomination
    (2019)

  • Girona Film Festival Nomination
    (2019)

Education

  • Berlin Freie University
    (2017-2019)

  • University of Maryland
    (2012-2014)

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