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Directors Zhang Yimou, Ang Lee Talk Censorship, Hollywood Partnerships at Nyu Event

28 March 2014 10:54 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

East met east Thursday night in New York as directors Ang Lee and Zhang Yimou took to the stage for an intimate dialogue about their lives and careers, organized by New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and Beijing-based online video portal LeTV, whose movie arm LeVision Pictures produced Zhang’s latest film, “Coming Home.”

It was a fascinating meeting of the minds between Zhang (pictured), who began his career as the oft-banned enfant terrible of the “fifth generation” of mainland Chinese filmmakers before going on to direct the international blockbuster “Hero” as well as the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2008 Beijing Olympics; and the Taiwan-born Lee, himself an Nyu-Tisch grad, who started out in the American indie cinema of the early 1990s and has since climbed the Hollywood A-list with his double Oscar wins for “Brokeback Mountain” and “Life of Pi.”

Although the 75-minute, Mandarin-language event »

- Scott Foundas

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CAAMFest Week Two Yields Ang Lee Tribute, Great Docs, an Oscar Contender and More (Clips)

27 March 2014 7:30 AM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

Between its two weekends, CAAMFest adheres to a civilized program of evening screenings that begin at 6 pm or later and encourage you to see one or two movies an evening -- civilized, except for the fact that driving over the bridge from the East Bay in order to arrive in Japantown by showtime required an hour.  I planned to leave earlier in order to savor a bowl of freshly-made noodles at the delightful Suzu Noodle House right next door to the Kabuki, as well as cut down on the actual drive time, but that never happened.  I was lucky enough to grab a package of gyoza from the takeout area of the excellent Nijiya Market, halfway in-between the Kabuki and the New People Cinema. And I needed it for Monday's first film, Ang Lee's 1994 "Eat Drink Man Woman," charmingly introduced by Ted Hope -- erstwhile Executive Director of the San Francisco Film Society, »

- Meredith Brody

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SXSW Film Review: ‘Chef’

8 March 2014 12:15 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Foodies who feasted on “Big Night,” “Babette’s Feast” and “Eat Drink Man Woman” may flock to “Chef,” a lightweight but high-calorie confection in which the actors often run the risk of being upstaged by all manner of scrumptious-looking cuisine. Written and directed by Jon Favreau, who also stars as a professionally frustrated chef who earns a second helping of happiness while operating a food truck, this amiably rambling dramedy will play best with audiences primed to go with the flow of its leisurely pacing while enjoying the cross-country ride. And, of course, savoring the views of that tempting grub.

The slightly longish setup establishes Carl Casper (Favreau) as a stressed-for-success master chef in a trendy Los Angeles restaurant where he is absolute master of his kitchen — as long as he pleases the establishment’s demanding owner (Dustin Hoffman). When an even more demanding restaurant blogger (Oliver Platt) pans Casper »

- Joe Leydon

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The Family That Eats Together… Seven Great Movies About Food and Families

4 February 2014 1:28 PM, PST | Reelzchannel.com | See recent ReelzChannel news »

Despite the obvious mafia connections, The Capones is at its heart a show about a family restaurant. Of course, food and family have always gone together, so in honor of its premiere we decided to count down the seven best movies about family and food ever made.

Family, Food, and Lots of Fighting

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The Capones | Eat Drink Man Woman | Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory | Waitress | GoodFellas | Babette's Feast | Big Night | Still Walking »

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