Tag: "Director"

Lessons in Film | Interview to Wu Tianming at the Singapore Chinese Film Festival

Lessons in Film | Interview to Wu Tianming at the Singapore Chinese Film Festival

China, Singapore

Venue: Screening Room, 12 Ann Siang Road Singapore 069692

Date: 12/04/2014 17:00 - 19:15

Lessons In Film: Wu Tianming, a video interview with the late film director Wu Tianming where he shares his insights on Chinese cinema and filmmaking, is a free event [...]

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Tribute to Claude Miller, Président d'Europa Cinémas

Tribute to Claude Miller, Président d’Europa Cinémas

France
03/05/2013 | Comments (0)
Androulla Vassiliou, European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth paid tribute to French film director Claude Miller who died in Paris on 4th April this year. He was [...]

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Wong Kar Wai announced Jury President at Berlinale 2013

Wong Kar Wai announced Jury President at Berlinale 2013

Chinese director Wong Kar Wai will be the Jury President of the 63rd Berlin International Film Festival, a festival press release announced last week. The director, who has won many [...]

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Chris Marker dies at 91

Chris Marker dies at 91

France
06/08/2012 | Comments (0)
Avant-garde film French filmmaker Chris Marker died at the age of 91 last week. Acclaimed and revered by the film community across the world, Markers films had a profound [...]

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Wong Fei-hung's Combat with the Five Wolves

Hong Kong 2012 Diary: Specials – Once Upon a Hero: The Wong Fei-hung Saga

Many worthwhile titles are not included because of limitations in scheduling, not to mention works that had been lost.

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Hong Kong 2012 Diary: Tribute - The Irreverent Genre-Buster: Kurahara Koreyoshi

Hong Kong 2012 Diary: Tribute – The Irreverent Genre-Buster: Kurahara Koreyoshi

From noir crime dramas to New Wave beatnik sagas to popular blockbusters about animals and Antarctica, Kurahara’s cinema can be called anything but boring.

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The Sun in the Last Days of the Shogunate

Hong Kong 2012 Diary: Tribute – The Aesthetics of Discordance: Kawashima Yuzo

The Kawashima Yuzo retrospective, shown on exquisitely restored prints, aims to correct that and introduce new audiences to the delights of this auteur’s world.

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Eyes Without a Face

Hong Kong 2012 Diary: Tribute – The Tenderness and Savagery of Georges Franju

As filmmaker and cinephile, Franju stood at the crossroads of French cinema, linking early silent films, the golden age of the Popular Front in the 1930s and the nouvelle [...]

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