Ann Hui's biographical drama has been a consistent winner on the festival and awards circuit
Organization also fetes cinematographer killed on set of "Skiptrace."
When director Ang Lee first cast an unknown actress as the lead in his Chinese spy drama "Lust, Caution," there were more than a few raised eyebrows. Tang Wei, a directing graduate from the Central…
BUSAN — Ann Hui may be Hong Kong's most socially and politically aware film director, but it was her silence – rather than her words or her movie – that said more than anything else about the fear…
Ann Hui first came to international prominence in the early '80s with "Boat People," an intensely harrowing drama about the horrors of life under communism in post-liberation Vietnam. Screened as a…
Ann Hui is a quiet, unflashy type whose merits — honesty, diversity and lack of pre-conceptions — are the kind of humane, long-lasting values that rise to the surface over time, rather than in a…
The 19th edition of the Busan Film Festival is a comfortingly familiar assortment of Korean, other Asian and global cinema, backed up by a cluster of well-managed industry events, although it…
Ann Hui's "Golden Era," which was the closing film at this month's Venice film festival, has been selected to represent Hong Kong in the foreign-language Oscar race.
The whens, wheres and wherefores of Chinese writer Xiao Hong's brief but influential life are exhaustively considered in Ann Hui's ambitious, lustrously mounted biopic "The Golden Era" — it's the…
Iconic Hong Kong director to be honoured by festival as Asian Filmmaker of the Year