Last night, a lot of young people gathered in a coffee shop in Jiangdong, Ningbo, to watch the micro-movies "This is me", "The Border Girl", "Can Be Together" and "Meng Jiangnv". The four micro-movies are no more than 30 minutes, or tell the survival status of insurance practitioners, or tell a story about a pupil who can be "can" to prevent parents from divorcing... themes are diverse and the expressions are novel and interesting. This is the finale of the 2013 Ningbo Youth Film Festival. Since its launch on June 16, the Youth Film Festival has arranged 20 free films for the screening. Some of these films were screened at local cinemas such as Ningbo Yingdu, and some of them went into the community, movie-themed cafes and colleges to hold small screenings and exchanges. The screenings are mainly filmed by domestic young directors, including documentaries, dramas, cartoons and micro-movies. Among them, I just attended the foreign film festival and took the prize to Ningbo. It is reported that the Ningbo Youth Film Festival will continue to be held next year, and cooperate with other excellent exhibitions in China to increase international elements and aim to become a film exhibition with certain international standards.