Wednesday, March 31, 2010

3.31.2010 - News

Screen Daily: Hong Kong International Film Festival chooses the High Life
Zhao Dayong’s The High Life picked up both the Silver Digital Award the FIPRESCI prize at the 34th Hong Kong International Film Festival (HKIFF), while the Golden Digital Award went to Yang Heng’s Sun Spots.
The festival’s Asian Digital Competition encourages young filmmakers in Asia to explore the potential of digital media. Yang previously took the FIPRESCI prize at the 31st HKIFF for Betelnut.
The High Life, which follows a group of lost souls living in the Chinese city of Guangzhou, is Zhao’s feature debut.
Zhao Liang’s Petition took the Humanitarian Award for Documentaries
CRI: Aaron Kwok and Zhang Ziyi to Play AIDS Couple in 'The Era of Magic'
Chinese director's film evokes civil war's cost (Apart Together)
The Chinese director [Wang Quanan] said his next project will be a 100 million yuan ($14.6 million) adaptation of Chen Zhongshi's 1993 epic novel, "Bailuyuan," which follows the disputes between rival families in a Chinese village through three generations.
CRI: Tang Wei and Jacky Cheung Shoot Promotional Photos for Crossing Hennessy

Zhang Jingchu gets wired up for Flirting Scholar 2
Dion Lam promises new and innovative 'drifting' wire work. (HunanTV)

Lau Ching-Wan and wife, Amy Kwok, promote 3D TV

Xu Jinglei
Karen Mok
The first press screening of Go Lala Go! in Beijing has received generally positive reviews. Opens Apr.15.

Zhao Wei and CCTV host Liu Fangfei are allegedly involved in a graft case of a top official of the China Development Bank.

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