10 of Hong Kong Actor Leslie Cheung’s Most Memorable Films

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In 2003, hugely popular Hong Kong heart-throb Leslie Cheung Kwok-wing shocked the world when he leapt to his death. To mark the 15th anniversary of his death, we take a look at his 10 most iconic films. Read More

Johnnie To, Hong Kong Cinema and the Mainland

 /  China Film Insiders  / 
Straddling their home turf and the highly profitable Mainland market, Johnnie To and Milkyway Image may be emblematic of challenges faced by Hong Kong cinema more widely – and of ways to tackle them. Read More

Film Review: The Thousand Faces of Dunjia

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The Thousand Faces of Dunjia is first and foremost a Tsui Hark joint. If you like his style of dense plotting, mysterioso set-pieces and weird sex, Dunjia is a blast—but with a lot of holes in it. Read More

Q&A with Betty Ho and Roger Lee on Hong Kong Film Industry

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HKETO Director Betty Ho and Producer Roger Lee talk about HK's Film Development Fund, the First Film Initiative, HK cinema in general, the film “Mad World” and more. Read More

Film Review: Hong Kong Trilogy

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Loosely structured look at kids, activists and senior citizens in Hong Kong from famed cinematographer Christopher Doyle. Read More

Headlines from China: Which American TV Series Will Win Over Chinese Audience This Year?

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China has a large number of fans of American TV series, and September is an important month for them, as many new series are released in this month. Read More

20 Years of Hong Kong Cinema: Part III

 /  Opinion  / 
This is the third part of a three-part series in which we take a look at Hong Kong cinema from the time of the 1997 changeover up to today. Read More

20 Years of Hong Kong Cinema: Part II

 /  Opinion  / 
This is the second part of a three-part series in which we take a look at Hong Kong cinema from the time of the 1997 changeover up to today. Read More

20 Years of Hong Kong Cinema: Part I

 /  Opinion  / 
In the first part of a three-part series, we take a look at Hong Kong cinema from the time of the 1997 changeover up to today. Read More