• Genre: Documentary, Health & Wellness
  • Director: Yung Chang, Gong Cheng
  • Producer: Donna Gigliotti, Peter Luo, Diane Moy Quon
  • Release Date (Theaters): May 6, 2022, Limited
  • Release Date (Streaming): May 6, 2022
  • Runtime: 1h 30m


WUHAN WUHAN is an observational documentary that takes place in Wuhan, China, during the height of the coronavirus pandemic in February and March of 2020. Wuhan is the site where the coronavirus first appeared. Ahead of the pandemic’s peak lockdown, the documentary WUHAN WUHAN goes beyond the statistics and sensationalized news reports, and instead provides a human perspective on what it was like to live through the early days of the mysterious virus as Chinese citizens and frontline healthcare workers struggled with an invisible, deadly killer.

A compassionate volunteer psychologist at a temporary hospital; a tenacious mother and son who are COVID-19 patients navigating the confusing PRC healthcare system; and a volunteer driver for medical workers and his 9-month pregnant wife whose heartfelt story serves as the film’s backbone. It is especially important at a time when the world needs to foster a greater cross-cultural understanding that WUHAN WUHAN serves as a valuable representation of a metropolis banding together to overcome adversity.

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