Crosscurrent (Chinese: Chang Jiang Tu 长江图) is a 2016 Chinese drama film directed by Yang Chao. It was selected to compete for the Golden Bear at the 66th Berlin International Film Festival. At Berlin Mark Lee Ping-Bing won the Silver Bear for Outstanding Artistic Contribution for Cinematography.
Yang Chao (杨超) is a Chinese director now lives in Beijing.
Mark Lee Ping-bing (李屏賓) is a Taiwanese cinematographer, photographer and author with over 70 films and 21 international awards to his credit including 2 Glory Of The Country Awards from the Government Information Office of Taiwan and the president of Taiwan’s Light Of The Cinema Award. Lee began his film career in 1977 and in 1985 he started his prolific collaboration with Taiwanese filmmaker Hou Hsiao-hsien. Known best for his use of natural lighting utilizing real film and graceful camera movement, Lee received the Grand Technical Prize at the Cannes Film Festival in 2000 for In the Mood for Love. A member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Lee was honored with nominations by the American Society of Cinematographers for its 2014 First Annual Spotlight Award for Best Cinematography for his work on the 2012 film Renoir and by the French Academy of Cinema Arts for a Cesar Award for Best Cinematography in 2014 also for the film Renoir.
In 2009, Taiwanese director Chiang Hsiu-chiung and Kwan Pun Leung made a documentary about Lee entitled Let The Wind Carry Me.
In 2010, a book of his photography entitled A Poet of Light and Shadow was published.