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‘Coming Home Again’: Film Review | TIFF 2019

A Korean American man leaves his job to care for his dying mother, who expressed her love in her cooking, in Wayne Wang's 'Coming Home Again,' based on an essay by novelist Chang-rae Lee.

Filmart: How Wayne Wang Rebuilt ‘While the Women Are Sleeping’ as a Japanese Story (Q&A)

The Hong Kong-born, U.S.-based helmer tells THR what his latest film owes to 'Lolita', working in a foreign language and not getting arrested.

‘While the Women Are Sleeping’ (‘Onna ga Nemurutoki’): Berlin Review

Iconic Japanese actor Beat Takeshi is a mysterious voyeur in Wayne Wang's Japanese thriller.

‘Soul of a Banquet’: Provincetown Review

Wayne Wang salutes gastronomical pioneer Cecilia Chiang, who introduced America to high-end Chinese cuisine in 1961 with her famed San Francisco restaurant The Mandarin.

‘Joy Luck Club’ Director Wayne Wang to Headline Network of Asian Fantastic Films

The iconic auteur will teach emerging Asian filmmakers at South Korea's 18th Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival (PiFan) in July.

Relativity’s First Film Under Sky Land Partnership Begins Production in China

"21 and Over" will be directed by "The Hangover" scribes Jon Lucas and Scott Moore.

Lawsuit Claims Director Wayne Wang Walked Away From ‘Chinese-English Dictionary’ Film

The 'Joy Luck Club' director is sued for allegedly backing out of film adaptation of prize-winning Chinese novel