From Steve Hullfish of provideocoalition.com, a wonderful and lengthy interview of Steve Audette, ACE and Senior Editor of PBS’s Frontline. Steve Audette, ACE has been editing at WGBH since 1990, mostly as the Senior Editor on two of PBS’s flagship products, NOVA and Frontline. Steve and I met when we were both selected to take …
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Born in October 1973 in Taiwan to a Taiwanese mother and Japanese father, Takeshi (or Aniki as he’s known to friends) can speak fluent Mandarin, Cantonese, Japanese, Taiwanese and English. He is best known for his star turns in Wong Kar Wai films such
For over 10 years, Andy Lau has enjoyed unprecedented fame and is considered to be one of four of the most successful and adored singer/actors in Asia… He has made over 100 films and has sold over 20 million albums, 4.4 million in 1999 alone. —AFF
My guest this week is one of China’s most famous and influential film directors, Zhang Yimou — the man behind such visually opulent period films as Ju Dou and Raise the Red Lantern. cnn.com by Lorraine Hahn LH: Lorraine Hahn ZY: Zhang Yimou LH:
Hong Kong heart-throb Andy Lau is set to receive a special award in recognition of his contribution to cinema at the 29th Hong Kong International Film Festival, organisers said. Entertainment AFP HONG KONG (AFP) – Hong Kong heart-throb Andy Lau (news)
Director Seijun Suzuki has been making films for nearly 50 years now, and while his pace has slackened from that of earlier days, he shows no signs of stopping. As a contract director for Nikkatsu during the “golden age” of Japanese film, Suzuki directed
Born in Sydney, Doyle fled the banality of the suburbs to spend much of his earlylife on the road. At various points in his life he was a well digger in India, aNorwegian merchant marine, a cow herder on an Israeli kibbutz, and a doctor ofChinese medicine in