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Gweilos, foreigners in HK cinema

16 Article(s) in this file.
Latest article added : Interview with Mark Strange: Last Man Standing (14/7/2010)
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  Interview with Mark Strange: Last Man Standing :
Mark Strange is an up-and-coming British action star and fighting champion with over 26 years experience in Martial Arts. He worked as a gweilo with Jackie Chan and Donnie Yen before meeting British director, Chee Keong Cheung and making action films in the UK. Strange discusses with Mike Fury Twins Effect, The Medallion, Bodyguard: A New Beginning and Twelve.
(Right, photo courtesy of Adam Crowther at FightShop.com)
Author(s) : Mike Fury
Date : 14/7/2010
Type(s) : Interview

  Interview with top gweilo Mike Leeder :
Known as Big Mike, Brit Mike Leeder has been living the life in Hong Kong since 1990. One of the rare gweilos involved in a great many recent Hong Kong productions (Fearless, Mummy 3, Blood the Last Vampire, True Legend), Leeder has appeared in front of the camera and also worked behind it. On top of that, he has generously been sharing his passion for Hong Kong and Asian movies with fans in the British monthly magazine Impact and in DVD commentaries as well. Again, in the following interview, Leeder kindly and generously shares his knowledge on films and his passion with fans.
Author(s) : Arnaud Lanuque
Date : 1/3/2010
Type(s) : Interview

This file will deal with the recognized and acclaimed institutions that have made the HK cinema industry or that have contributed to promote the industry all over the world.
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Latest article added : Interview with HK film historian Law Kar (12/1/2005)
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  Interview with HK film historian Law Kar :
While travelling to HK early 2005 we had the opportunity to meet Law Kar and discuss a few topics. Unfortunately we hadnt had a chance to transcribe the interview until now. So below is our conversation with Law Kar on his love for cinema, the relation between the HKFA and the HKIFF, film genre in HK and the distinctiveness of the HK cinema where anything goes.
Author(s) : Thomas Podvin, David Vivier
Date : 12/1/2005
Type(s) : Interview

  Interview with Freddie Wong, curator at the HKIFF Society :
What is the HK International Film Festival? An institution that has most certainly contributed to promoted the HK cinema industry. This is the 29th edition this year (2005). Curator Freddie Wong kindly answered our questions and talked about the HK International Film Festival and how it works behind the scene. What is it, how is it run, and by who? Youll know everything.
Author(s) : Thomas Podvin
Date : 4/1/2005
Type(s) : Interview

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