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The Noteworthy: The Return of the Art of the Real, Decoding Fear, Gorin on Dziga Vertov Group

18 February 2015 9:18 AM, PST | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

"Art of the Real" is returning to the Film Society of Lincoln Center with a celebration of Agnès Varda (who will attend!) and more:

"The 2015 edition, taking place April 10-26, will again feature dozens of new works from around the world and in a variety of genres alongside retrospective and thematic selections. Opening Night will premiere new works by João Pedro Rodrigues and João Rui Guerra da Mata (The Last Time I Saw Macao, Mahjong), Eduardo Williams, and Matt Porterfield (I Used to Be Darker), with all filmmakers attending the evening." 

Above: For The Criterion Collection, kogonada's new video essay, "Mirrors of Bergman." Abderrahmane Sissako, the director of Timbuktu, will be heading Cannes' Cinéfondation and Short Films Jury. In his NY Times home video column, J. Hoberman writes on Richard Linklater's Boyhood and Guy Maddin's My Winnipeg. Richard Brody writes about Spike Lee's Da Sweet Blood of »

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Design For Living: Watch The Trailer For Johnnie To's Musical

13 February 2015 9:30 AM, PST | Twitch | See recent Twitch news »

Johnnie To is defying expectations once again with this trailer from one of his latest projects, the film Design For LivingDesign For Living is an adaptation of the 2009 musical and reunites To with stars Chow Yun Fat and Sylvia Chang. The trio last worked together on To's breakout drama All About Ah-Long in 1989. Eason Chan and Tang Wei also star.I am already in love with the production design in this film. I wonder how much of this comes from To's admiration of French New Wave cinema. We would not be surprised if Design For Living is part of the lineup at this year's Hong Kong International Film Festival next month....

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Johnnie To assembles top Hong Kong talent

5 February 2015 10:00 PM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Projects include an omnibus about Hong Kong’s history that brings together eight of the territory’s leading directors.

Media Asia is unleashing a trio of Johnnie To projects at Efm, including an omnibus about Hong Kong’s history that brings together eight of the territory’s leading directors. 

The as-yet-untitled project will include segments directed by To, John Woo, Tsui Hark, Ann Hui, Ringo Lam, Patrick Tam, Sammo Hung and Yuen Woo-ping. To will also produce through his Hong Kong-based Milkyway Image. 

“The idea is that each of them will focus on one decade of Hong Kong’s history, although it may not end up being as strict as that,” explained Media Asia general manager and head of sales and international co-productions Fred Tsui. 

Ann Hui has already started shooting her segment, set in 1940s Hong Kong, which delves into social commentary with a tale about kindergarten classes that were held on rooftops. 

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Hong Kong unveils Sylvia Chang focus

2 February 2015 3:04 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Taiwanese filmmaker and actress Sylvia Chang has been chosen as the Filmmaker in Focus at this year’s Hong Kong International Film Festival (Hkiff).

The festival (March 23-April 6) plans to screen 13 of Chang’s films, including the world premiere of her new work, Murmur Of The Hearts.

Other films to be screened include Legend Of The Mountain (1979), That Day, On The Beach (1983), Passion (1986), Queen Of Temple Street (1990), Tempting Heart (1999) and 20 30 40 (2004).

Chang will also attend a “Face to Face” seminar on April 5 at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre to share insights on her films, art and life.

Born in Chiayi City, Taiwan, Chang moved with her family to Hong Kong and New York before returning to Taiwan aged 15.

She made her acting debut in 1973 in Wei Lo’s The Flying Tiger and her directing debut in 1981 by completing Once Upon A Time, after the film’s original director, Tu Chung-hsun, died in a car accident.

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