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If the Great Wall was made of celluloid, a few dozen miles would belong to him. Jia Zhang-ke is one of the masters of the sixth generation of Chinese cinema, a new eye who managed to sneak a peek to the West a fill his outlook without losing his nature. Having won a Golden Lion in Venice (Still Life, 2006) and Best Screenplay in Cannes (A Touch of Sin, 2013), he will hand out the Pardo d'oro of Locarno71, summing up the activity of the Concorso internazionale jury over which he presides.