Thursday, October 14, 2010

10.14.2010 - News

FBA: Chinese films roar into US market
AMC will play Aftershock on 23 screens in key markets with a large Chinese demographic; New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Washington D.C., Houston, Boston, Seattle, Toronto and Ottawa.

An elegiac, lyrical tale of a nomadic Vietnamese family whose lives are changed when they take in a prostitute, "Floating Lives" is a model of solid, old-fashioned filmmaking.

"Anna May Wong: In Her Own Words", has made its world premiere at the 15th Pusan International Film Festival (PIFF) -- Asia's most prestigious cinema event.
It provides a fascinating and often poignant insight into a Chinese-American woman who was, as history has shown, way ahead of her time.

Suzhou press conference for Joe Ma's Struggle
Joe Ma and cast Li Chen, Dong Xuan, Li Yuan, Cheng Kai

Li Chen, Dong Xuan (Sina)

SG: Michelle Yeoh pries into co-star's love life
SG: Kiki Sheung and Lau Ching-wan's romantic past exposed
[Eric Tsang, btw, was an uninvited guest but drunkenly crashed the banquet!]
HK singer Eason Chan once thought about having an affair

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