The academy isn't lowering its standards with its biggest ... - Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles TimesThe academy isn't lowering its standards with its biggest ...Los Angeles TimesMuch of the criticism of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' recent efforts to broaden and diversify its membership — starting with 2016's ...Class of 2017 - Academy of Motion Picture Arts and SciencesAcademy of Motion Picture Arts and SciencesAcademy Invites Record 774 New Members: 39 Percent Female and 30 Percent People of ColorHollywood Reporterall 105 news articles »
China Abuzz Over Local Talent Invited to Join Academy - Variety
VarietyChina Abuzz Over Local Talent Invited to Join AcademyVarietyThe 10 invitees from Hong Kong are actresses Maggie Cheung (“In the Mood for Love”) and Carina Lau (“Days of Being Wild”); actors Tony Leung (“In the Mood for Love”) and Donnie Yen (“Ip Man”); directors Peter Ho-Sun Chan (“Dragon,” “Perhaps Love”), ...One country, two cinemasEJ InsightChinese slang and famous Canto-pop song feature in Xi Jinping's speech at Hong Kong banquetSouth China Morning Postall 1,331 news articles »
An Epic Journey Through Bhutan - Hong Kong Tatler (press release)
Hong Kong Tatler (press release)An Epic Journey Through BhutanHong Kong Tatler (press release)But the rise in experiential travel, bolstered by a few high-profile celebrity weddings in the country, including those of Tony Leung and Carina Lau in 2008, and Bhutan's progressive king Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck and Jetsun Prema in 2011, have ...
Review: A Guerrilla Is Born in Hong Kong in 'Our Time Will Come' - New York Times
New York TimesReview: A Guerrilla Is Born in Hong Kong in 'Our Time Will Come'New York TimesThe story is framed by present-day black-and-white passages in which an aging war veteran (the Hong Kong superstar Tony Leung, excellent) recalls Fang's valor. Tense sequences of undercover operations are reminiscent of those in Jean-Pierre Melville's ...
Film Review: 'Our Time Will Come' - Variety
VarietyFilm Review: 'Our Time Will Come'VarietyThe bulk of the story, which spans the entire occupation, is interspersed with present-day interviews conducted by Hui herself of Ben (Tony Leung Ka-fai), an elderly man who served as a messenger for the guerillas. Shot in black-and-white for ...
The 50 best Hong Kong films since the 1997 handover, part 2: from 25 to 1 - South China Morning Post
South China Morning PostThe 50 best Hong Kong films since the 1997 handover, part 2: from 25 to 1South China Morning PostThere are special effects movies, and then there is Stephen Chow Sing-chi's bombastic martial arts spectacle. As cartoonish as a live-action film could ever aspire to be, the comedy legend's homage to 1960s and '70s Hong Kong cinema is a surreal ...The top 25 Hong Kong films since the 1997 handover - Regional ...The Star Onlineall 16 news articles »