In her native Taiwan, Sylvia Chang was a wild child who quit school to become a radio DJ. After breaking her acting contract with Golden Harvest because she didn't want to be pushed around, Chang…
With his flair for elaborate choreography and sinuous camerawork, it was only a matter of time before that Hong Kong genre mixmaster Johnnie To got around to directing a full-blown musical.
Taiwanese actress, director and screenwriter, Sylvia Chang ("Murmur of the Hearts") will head the New Currents Asian film competition jury at the upcoming Busan International Film Festival.
The cinema's consummate chronicler of a China evolving so rapidly that its own citizens can scarcely keep apace, Jia Zhangke strikes a melancholic chord in "Mountains May Depart."
Mapping how a painter, her boxer b.f and her tour-guide brother make their bumpy passage through adulthood, “Murmur of the Hearts” is suffused with elegiac yearning. This introspective drama marks a…
HKIFF to give tributes to Roy Andersson, Paul Clipson, and investigate German and Israeli cinema
Restored, color versions of "Daughters, Wives and a Mother," and "Scattered Clouds" are among highlight the HKIFF tribute to Japanese giant Mikio Naruse.
The whole is largely equal to the sum of its parts in "10+10," a collection of 20 five-minute shorts by 10 established helmers and 10 emerging talents on the "uniqueness of Taiwan."
Chinese shingle Celestial Pictures has teamed up with the Beijing Film Academy and Youth Film Studio to launch a screenplay competition.
It's "Lights! Camera! Passport!" in the celebratory docu "Let the Wind Carry Me."
A (deliberately) abstruse melange of romantic memory and time-shifting elements.