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Poet of time: Wong Kar-Wai on Chungking Express | from the Sight & Sound archive

In this interview from our September 1995 issue, Tony Rayns catches up with Wong Kar Wai on the set of Fallen Angels to talk about the Hong Kong director's achingly cool romance Chungking Express, one of the defining works of 90s arthouse cinema

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After working for Wong Kar Wai, Wing spent years shooting editorials for fashion magazine i-D. In this classic image, actress Shu Qi rides atop a motorcycle piloted through Hong Kong by Daniel Wu -- a cross-processed fantasy of youthful anomie.

Few artists are lucky enough to work for legendary Hong Kong film director Wong Kar Wai. Even fewer are brave enough to defy him.

​What I Learned From “Already Tomorrow In Hong Kong”

Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong is about a Chinese American girl from California who unexpectedly met her "soul mate" when she was lost in the middle of Hong Kong. She met an an American expat who happens to be living there for 10 years and is fluent in Chinese. The timing wasn't right for both of the...

Li Xiu-Meng (李修蒙) - Photos :: Everything about cinema of Hong Kong, China and Taiwan

Li Xiu-Meng 李修蒙,Everything about cinema of Hong Kong, China and Taiwan, reviews of classic and new movies, cinema discussions, actor filmographies

A Companion to Hong Kong Cinema provides the first comprehensive scholarly exploration of this unique global cinema. By embracing the interdisciplinary approach of contemporary film and cultural studies, this collection navigates theoretical debates while charting a new course for future research in Hong Kong film. Examines Hong Kong cinema within an interdisciplinary context, drawing connections between media, gender, and Asian studies, Asian regional studies, Chinese language and cultural stud

A Companion to Hong Kong Cinema provides the first comprehensive scholarly exploration of this unique global cinema. By embracing the interdisciplinary approach of contemporary film and cultural studies, this collection navigates theoretical debates while charting a new course for future research in Hong Kong film. Examines Hong Kong cinema within an interdisciplinary context, drawing connections between media, gender, and Asian studies, Asian regional studies, Chinese language and cultural…