Film Independent

Li Shan


Sloan Grant Won: 
2016, Production, University of Southern California

Project Type: Short Film
Genre: Drama, Suspense
Length: 26 pages
Field of Science: Epidemic
Stage: Pre-Production


During the outbreak of SARS in 2003, China, doctor Li Shan finds out that the government tries to hide the serious situation by announcing SARS being regular pneumonia. After getting suspended, Li Shan manages to steal the blood sample from a patient and to sneak into the lab and finally reveals the truth to the public.


Wenqi is a Chinese filmmaker currently studies at USC film school. After graduated from Peking University in 2014 with degrees in both Economics and Art, she came to Los Angeles to explore the bigger world of filmmaking and wants to explore the new possibilities of cinema as a universal language. In her free time, she enjoys reading, traveling, and cooking.