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Xia Hao wins top prize in Chinese Talents Forum

20 May 2015 6:12 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Xia Hao and his project No. 23 won the top award worth $164,000 (RMB1m) in the New Chinese Film Talents Fund Forum (Ncftff), while Song Yuefeng’s The Wild Horns was given a special mention.

The financial prize, to be invested in the production of the winning project, was introduced this year by the Cannes Marché and Project A: Jackie Chan’s Young Filmmaker Development Fund. Eight new Chinese talents participated in the forum.

Jerome Paillard, executive director of the Marche du Film, said: “Each of the eight directors and projects was unique and full of potential, and we are proud of such a fantastic line-up. We wish all the participants all the best for themselves and their projects in the future and we look forward to seeing them back in Cannes with their finished films.”

Xia Hao’s project revolves around a high school student majoring in painting, despite the fact he is colour-blind, who discovers »

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Cannes: Xia Hao’s ‘No. 23′ Wins Chinese Fund Award

19 May 2015 1:07 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Actor turned director, Xia Hao was named as the winner of the New Chinese Film Talents Fund Forum event in Cannes on Tuesday.

With his directorial project “No. 23,” Xia wins a $165,000 (RMB1 million) prize that can be put towards production of the film.

A ‘special mention’ was given to Song Yufeng and his project “Wild Horns.

Funding of the prize came from the Cannes Market, Champs Lis and Project A, Jackie Chan’s Young Filmmaker Development Fund.

“No. 23” is the story of a color blind art student who falls in love with a demonstrative female student, who turns to prostitution.

Xia already has an impressive track record with work on films including Wang Quan’an’s “The White Deer Plain” and Wong Kar-wai’s “The Grandmaster.” His short “Confession” was named best micro-film at the first edition of the Silk Road Film Festival.

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Jackie Chan, Marche launch Chinese talent award

17 May 2015 12:03 PM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Cannes film festival’s Marché du Film and Project A: Jackie Chan’s Young Filmmaker Development Fund have established an award of $164,000 (RMB1m) for the winner of the Marche’s 3rd New Chinese Film Talents Forum.

The Forum has invited eight Chinese directors to pitch their projects during the Marche, at the same time as learning about the global film market and the commercial requirements of the film industry. The event was founded by the Marche and Champs Lis International in 2013.

The cash award is to be invested in the production of the winning project. The pitching session will take place Monday, May 19 (2pm) at the Olympia Cinema and the winning project will be announced Tuesday, May 19 at the Ncftff press conference at the Majestic Hotel.

This year’s projects include Huang Grey’s My Angel, Xia Ho’s No.23, Tai Min’s One Night In Beijing, Gao Bo’s Roads Game, Zhuang Jialong »

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Cannes: Jackie Chan to Present $165,000 New Talent Prize

17 May 2015 10:50 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Chinese superstar Jackie Chan and the Cannes Market have created an RMB1 million ($165,000) prize for the Chinese filmmakers taking part in the Cannes festival’s 3rd New Chinese Film Talents Forum.

The money comes from Chan’s Project A: Young Filmmaker Development Fund. The financial prize is specifically to be invested in the costs of the production of the winning director’s new project. The forum is in its third year and this year is host to eight young directors.

The eight get to pitch their projects at a session May 18 at the Olympia Cinema in Cannes. The winning project will be announced on Tuesday (May 19) at the Marche’s Ncftff Press Conference at the Majestic Hotel.

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Golden Network boards Jackie Chan's 'Railroad Tigers'

12 May 2015 10:00 PM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Hong Kong-based Golden Network Asia has picked up international rights to Jackie Chan’s next project, $50m action comedy Railroad Tigers, to be directed by Ding Sheng.

Set in China in 1941, the film will star Chan as a railroad worker heading a team of freedom fighters who use their extensive knowledge of the train network to ambush Japanese forces and steal food for starving Chinese.

Investors in the film include Sparkle Roll Media Corporation, Shanghai Film Group, Beijing Going Zoom Media and Shanghai New Culture Media Group.

Scheduled to start production in October, the film aims to revive the spirit of classic Chan comedies such as Project A and Drunken Master II, but with a bigger budget and more elaborate action sequences.

Ding recently launched Beijing Going Zoom Media and previously worked with Chan on hits Little Big Soldier and Police Story 2013.

Railroad Tigers is being lined up for release in October 2016, around the time of »

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Have kung fu films lost their punch?

28 April 2015 12:57 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Since its heyday, kung fu seems to be giving way to other action genres, but could it be making a comeback?

There was a time when everyone was indeed kung fu fighting. Films belonging to the genre, made popular in the 1970s by the late Bruce Lee, helped to boost Hong Kong cinema, not to mention the careers of various Chinese actors such as Jackie Chan, Sammo Hung and Jet Li. However, in recent years, it seems that the kung fu film is losing the raw bad-assery that fans have grown up watching. As martial arts films are now evolving to feature more computer animation and culture rather than pure, unadulterated violence, has kung fu lost its touch?

The first kung fu film dates back to the late 1930s, when folk heroes and famed martial artists Fong Sai-Yuk and Wong Fei-Hung were immortalised for the first time (they would »

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List Of 30 Sammo Hung Movies To Enjoy

13 January 2015 3:09 PM, PST | AsianMoviePulse | See recent AsianMoviePulse news »

Sammo Hung is one of the greatest Screen Fighters, Directors and Choreographers in Martial Arts cinema history. Started his early career as an extra in Shaw Brothers productions, then became of fight choreographer on a few of there movies.

It was when he started his career with Raymond Chow at Golden harvest Studios, that Sammo started to show what he could do in terms of action in-front and behind the camera. Sammo Hung has made some of the finest movies of all time and also bringing us some incredible talent such as Yuen Biao, Angela Mao, Lam Ching Ying, Michelle Yeoh and many more.

This is a list of 30 Sammo Hung movies you should check out, this list is also for new fans of the genre. So i hope you enjoy the list and i also mention some other Sammo Hung movies at the end of the page.

1.Hapkido (1972)

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List Of 30 Yuen Biao Movies To Enjoy

12 January 2015 3:08 PM, PST | AsianMoviePulse | See recent AsianMoviePulse news »

Yuen Biao is one of the greatest screen performers of all time. He exploded onto our screens when Sammo Hung cast him in the amazing movie Knockabout and he has never looked back since.

This list will be familiar with most fans around the world, but this list is also for people who are new to this genre and want to check out some great flicks. I have added a few movies, which are a bit low budget but does contain some nice action.

I know there are still many Yuen Biao movies i could have named in this list, some i shall give a mention to at the bottom of the feature. So i hope you like the movies i have listed, if your new to Yuen Biao please check out some of these great flicks.

1.Dreadnaught (1981)

Directed By: Yuen Woo Ping

Cast: Kwan Tak Hing, Leung Kar Yan, »

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