When it comes to capturing Hong Kong’s current struggles on film, one Academy Award nominee is at the front of an ever-growing line...
Colin Geddes provides a truly personal look at a titan of Hong Kong cinema.
Reel Asian, Toronto's annual celebration of pan-Asian cinema, has announced its 2018 slate.
Pseudo-historical, slightly spooky, but infinitely kung fu (with choreography by the beloved Sammo Hung) do Detective Dee’s massive CGI set pieces and explosively absurd fight scenarios create any competition for our biggest 'busters back home? Namely Sherlock Holmes? Which I’m saying because I guess that’s the easiest reference point for a spectacle detective story?
The 14th annual Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival starts today and runs through November 15th. The festival is Canada’s premier pan-Asian film festival, showcasing the best in Asian and Asian-Canadian cinema. Reel Asian also hosts a number of industry panels, as well as events for film fans.
The 14th annual Toronto Reel Asian Film Festival is Canada's premier pan-Asian international film festival, fostering the exchange of cultural and artistic ideals between east and west. It provides a public forum for homegrown Asian media artists and their work, and fuels the growing appreciation for Asian cinema in Canada.
The trailer for director Johnnie To‘s new film Vengeance has shot its way online. To, whose previous films include Election, Exiled and the quirky Mad Detective, is considered by many as one of the best action director’s working in Hong Kong today. Vengeance looks to be another solid entry into To’s catalogue. Starring the always […]