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FILE - In this April 13, 2014 file photo, Chinese actress Tang Wei poses on the red carpet of the 33rd Hong Kong Film Awards in Hong Kong. “Lust, Caution” star Tang and South Korean director Kim Tae-yong wed in a small ceremony July 12 at legendary director Ingmar Bergman’s home on the Swedish island of Faro. Tang's management sent out a statement on Thursday night, July 24, 2014 saying the ...
The "Lust, Caution" star and Kim Tae-yong married in a private ceremony at the Ingmar Bergman Estate in Sweden. read more
Begin Again has passed the previous third most-seen diversity film in Korea, “Lust, Caution,” on September 15 and on September 17, posted 2.02 million moviegoers total. The movie is chasing the top spot for most-seen diversity film.
"Lust, Caution" actress Tang Wei stars in this unconventional biopic of Chinese writer Xiao Hong from director Ann Hui read more
The world premiere of Diving Bell will screen on Monday (Oct 6) at the 19th Busan International Film Festival. The film has already stirred emotions in a nation still recovering from the shock of the April disaster that claimed more than 300 lives.
Ann Hui's film closed the Venice Film Festival and had its North American premiere in Toronto
It was exactly two years ago that Ang Lee unveiled “Life of Pi,” his visually stirring 3-D adaptation of Yann Martel’s bestselling novel, which of course went on to be a major hit and land Lee a directing Oscar.
A feature film portraying young Taiwanese soldiers at the height of cross-strait tension will open Asia's top movie festival next month, organisers said Tuesday, adding this year's event would feature more films from lesser-known Asian regions. "Paradise in Service" by acclaimed Taiwanese actor-director Niu Chen-Zer, also known as Doze Niu, is a fictional drama set on an island caught in the ...
VENICE, Italy, Sept. 1 (Xinhua) -- The film which makes Chinese American actress Joan Chen feel "a bit different" when she walks out of a theater is the one that she will vote for at the ongoing Venice film festival, where she is a member of the international jury this year.
John Woo has been quiet for several years as he dealt with throat cancer, and as government script approval was delayed for his latest film, but he’s ready to return to cinema screens with a new two-part epic. Much as his last major effort, Red Cliff, was a two-part tale drawn from Chinese history, so […] The post John Woo’s ‘The Crossing’ Opens in China in December appeared first on /Film .
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