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Lust, Love and Longing: How a Hong Kong Photographer Captured Wong Kar-wai’s Cinematic Mood

Wing Shya was by the legendary auteur's side as he made classics such as 'In the Mood For Love,' '2046' and 'Happy Together,' and his intimate pictures of those productions are on exhibit at the Shanghai Centre of Photography.

Filmart: How ‘Days of Being Wild’ Gave Birth to the Wong Kar Wai We Know

With some of the hottest Cantopop stars and actors the film was expected to be huge, but audiences weren't quite ready, yet, for the dreamy style that would make the director's name.

‘See You Tomorrow’ (‘Bai Du Ren’): Film Review

Wong Kar-wai produces and Tony Leung Chiu-wai stars in 'See You Tomorrow,' Chinese writer Zhang Jiajia's directorial debut.

Fortissimo Bankruptcy: Indie Film Industry Reacts With Shock and Sadness

The 25-year-old art house veteran filed for insolvency protection Wednesday.

Art-House Pioneer Fortissimo Films Files for Voluntary Bankruptcy

The European-Asian sales agent worked with U.S. auteurs such as Jim Jarmusch, John Cameron Mitchell and Hal Hartley and brought talents such as Wong Kar Wai and Tsui Hark to global audiences.

Wong Kar Wai to Direct Chinese Online Drama Series

The show is part of a slew of development deals signed by emerging Chinese production powerhouse Huanxi Media Group.

‘The Laundryman’ (‘Qing Tian Jie Yi Hao’): Taipei Review

Taiwanese filmmaker Lee Chung's feature-length debut revolves around a hitman stumbling upon his origins.

Jackie Chan to Visit Romania to Promote Chinese Film Festival

The veteran Hong Kong action superstar will open the "Chinese Film Days" festival in September.

Oscars: Hong Kong Nominates Wong Kar Wai’s ‘The Grandmaster’ for Foreign Language Category

The film opened in the U.S. on Aug. 23, distributed by The Weinstein Co., and has grossed $6.3 million thus far.

Wong Kar-wai, Master of Hong Kong Cinema, on His Journey to ‘The Grandmaster’ (Video)

Wong's films over the past quarter-century helped to usher in the Hong Kong New Wave and earned him a reputation as one of the greatest filmmakers in the world.

Berlin 2013: Download THR’s Day 2 ‘Daily’

In Day 2 of THR's Berlin Film Festival daily, the Weinstein Company acquires Wong Kar-wei's fest opener "The Grandmaster," Tom Hardy joins the cast of thriller "Locke" and Kristen Stewart joins Jim Sturgess in "The Big Shoe."

Berlin 2013: Politics in Focus as Festival Kicks Off

Wong Kar-Wai's "The Grandmaster" opened the 63rd Berlinale Thursday night.