Chinese Directorsby rilianx | created - 07 Mar 2013 | updated - 31 Dec 2013 | Public
1. Kar-Wai Wong
Writer | Yi dai zong shi
Wong Kar-wai (born 17 July 1956) is a Hong Kong Second Wave filmmaker, internationally renowned as an auteur for his visually unique, highly stylised, emotionally resonant work, including Ah fei zing zyun (1990), Dung che sai duk (1994), Chung Hing sam lam (1994), Do lok tin si (1995), Chun gwong ...
2. Zhangke Jia
Director | Shan he gu ren
Zhangke Jia was born on May 24, 1970 in Fenyang, Shanxi, China. He is a director and producer, known for Mountains May Depart (2015), Still Life (2006) and A Touch of Sin (2013). He has been married to Tao Zhao since January 7, 2012.
Top Chinese Directors of the 2000s, Degenerate Films (lugar 1)
Yulu (2011); I Wish I Knew (2010); Shi nian (short) (2009); Stories on Human Rights (segment) (2008); Heshang aiqing (short) (2008); 24 City (2008); Our Ten Years (short) (2007); Wuyong (2007); Dong (2006); Still Life (2006); The World (2004); Unknown Pleasures (2002); In Public (short) (2001); The Condition of Dogs (short) (2001); Platform (2000); Pickpocket (1998); Xiaoshan huijia (1995);
Director | Dong
Born in Kuching, Malaysia, he graduated from the Drama and Cinema Department of the Chinese Cultural University of Taiwan and worked as a theatrical producer and TV director. His second feature film, Vive L'Amour (1994), won the Golden Lion (best picture) at the 1994 Venice Film Festival. His ...
Top Chinese Directors of the 2000s, Degenerate Films (lugar 3)
No Form (short) (2012); Walker (short) (2012/I); Beautiful 2012 (segment) (2012); Madame Butterfly (short) (2009); Face (2009); Sleeping on Dark Waters (2008); To Each His Own Cinema (segment) (2007); I Don't Want to Sleep Alone (2006); The Wayward Cloud (2005); Welcome to São Paulo (segment) (2004); Good Bye, Dragon Inn (2003); The Skywalk Is Gone (short) (2002); What Time Is It Over There? (2001); Fish, Underground (short) (2001); The Hole (1998); The River (1997); Wo xin renshi de pengyou (1995); Vive L'Amour (1994); Rebels of the Neon God (1992); Boys (1991); All the Corners of the World (1989);
Writer | Cìkè Niè Yinniáng
Of the ten films that Hsiao-Hsien Hou directed between 1980 and 1989, seven received best film or best director awards from prestigious international films festivals in Venice, Berlin, Hawaii, and the Festival of the Three Continents in Nantes. In a 1988 worldwide critics' poll, Hou was championed ...
Top Chinese Directors of the 2000s, Degenerate Films (lugar 9)
To Each His Own Cinema (segment) (2007); Flight of the Red Balloon (2007); Flowers of Shanghai (1998); Goodbye, South, Goodbye (1996); Good Men, Good Women (1995); In the Hands of a Puppet Master (1993); A City of Sadness (1989); Daughter of the Nile (1987); Dust in the Wind (1987); A Time to Live, a Time to Die (1985); A Summer at Grandpa's (1984); The Sandwich Man (1983); Feng gui lai de ren (1983); Zai na he pan qing cao qing (1983); Feng er ti ta cai (1981); Jiu shi liu liu de ta (1980);
Favoritas: Three Times (2005); Café Lumière (2003); Millennium Mambo (2001);
5. Edward Yang
Writer | Yi yi
Born on November 6, 1947 in Shanghai, China, Edward Yang has become one of the most talented international filmmakers of his generation. Along with Hou Hsiao-Hsien and Tsai Ming-Liang, Yang ranks among the leading artists of the Taiwanese New Wave, and one of the world's most brilliant auteurs. ...
6. Yimou Zhang
Director | Shi mian mai fu
The Flowers of War (2011);Under the Hawthorn Tree (2010); A Woman, a Gun and a Noodle Shop (2009); Beijing 2008 Olympics Games Opening Ceremony (2008); The Bright Red Lanterns Hung High (2008); To Each His Own Cinema (segment) (2007); Curse of the Golden Flower (2006); Riding Alone for Thousands of Miles (2005); La casa de las dagas voladoras (2004); Happy Time (2000); Not One Less (1999); Keep Cool (1997); Lumière and Company (1995); Shanghai Triad (1995); Huozhe (1994); A Soul Haunted by Painting (1994); The Story of Qiu Ju (1992); Ju Dou (1990); Daihao meizhoubao (1989); Red Sorghum (1987);
Favoritas: Hero (2002); The Road Home (1999); Raise the Red Lantern (1991);
8. Ang Lee
Director | Wo hu cang long
Born in 1954 in Pingtung, Taiwan, Ang Lee has become one of today's greatest contemporary filmmakers. Ang graduated from the National Taiwan College of Arts in 1975 and then came to the U.S. to receive a B.F.A. Degree in Theatre/Theater Direction at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, ...
Top Chinese Directors of the 2000s, Degenerate Films (lugar 7)
Favoritas: Una aventura extraordinaria (2012); Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000);
Otras: Crimen y lujuria (2007); Secreto en la montaña (2005); Hulk (2003); Chosen (short) (2001); Ride with the Devil (1999/I); The Ice Storm (1997); Sense and Sensibility (1995); The Wedding Banquet (1993); Pushing Hands (1992)
Watchlist: Taking Woodstock (2009); Eat Drink Man Woman (1994);
9. John Woo
Producer | Ying hung boon sik
Born in southern China, John Woo grew up in Hong Kong, where he began his film career as an assistant director in 1969, working for Shaw Brothers Studios. He directed his first feature in 1973 and has been a prolific director ever since, working in a wide variety of genres before A Better Tomorrow ...
10. Chuan Lu
Director | Kekexili
Lu Chuan is considered one of the most talented young directors in China, and his films are known for daring and commercially successful takes on historical and social issues.
After receiving a Master's degree in film studies from Beijing Film Academy in 1998, Lu Chuan started as a co-writer for ...
13. Ann Hui
Director | Nu ren si shi
Born in China in 1947, Ann Hui moved to Hong Kong when whe was still in her youth. After graduating in English and Comparative Litereature from Hong Kong University, whe spent two years at London Film School. Returning to Hong Kong, she worked as an assistant to director King Hu before joining TVB ...