Non-conformist Chinese auteur Lou Ye has always trained his sensuous gaze on outsiders, and in "Blind Massage," he explores the fringe existence of sight-impaired masseurs and masseuses from an…
PARIS — Taihe Pictures, one of China’s fastest-growing film groups, is joining forces with European mini-major Wild Bunch to create a Beijing-based sales and distribution company. Aiming to become a…
BEIJING — Chinese drama "Mystery" by often controversial Mainland helmer Lou Ye scooped the best film honor at the Asian Film Awards at the Hong Kong Film Festival. Pic follows a middle-aged woman…
An intriguingly lurid but oddly uninvolving tale of lust, deception, jealousy and murder that loses tension and credibility even as it springs twist after twist.
PARIS -- Gallic helmer Catherine Breillat is set to helm "Abus de faiblesse," based on her autobiography depicting her destructive relationship with conman Christophe Rocancourt.
After stirring controversy at home, Chinese auteur Lou Ye tackles a fresh setting while retaining his gratingly pessimistic view of human relations in the mostly Paris-set "Love and Bruises."
China's five-year ban preventing edgy helmer Lou Ye from working ends very soon, but it hasn't stopped him making films outside the country.
Helmer Lou Ye is at it again -- this time with lashings of gay sex -- in the five-way ensembler "Spring Fever."
Two star-kissed lovers meet, part and finally are reunited against a backdrop of 14 years of contempo Chinese history in "Summer Palace," an occasionally involving but way over-stretched tapestry…
A compelling story of love and obsession, "Suzhou River" represents a considerable leap in achievement for mainland Chinese director Lou Ye from his modest first feature, "Weekend Lover." Combining…
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