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
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This well-observed, pleasantly meandering dramedy requires a measure of patience.
Diversity of Chinese-language offerings signals move beyond chop-socky action and police thrillers
Rises above its low-budget limitations on the basis of its hot-button topic and stellar performances.
Based on a popular novel, Ann Hui's "The Postmodern Life of My Aunt" turns its affectionate gaze on a woman of humble origins from the provinces struggling to carve out a dignified life in the…