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Tsui Hark
One of the most creative and interesting directors from Hong Kong, if not the best. Most of the fans were attracted to the HK cinema thanks to his movies.

Choice of weapons: Tsui Hark's Seven Swords
The present article was firstly published in the first English lifestyle magazine in China, that’s Shanghai. that’s readers are new to Tsui Hark’s work and the world of Hong Kong movies.
A long awaited new movie from Tsui Hark, Seven Swords has generated skepticism from both critics and viewers. Thomas Podvin delves into Tsui’s career to show that the Film Workshop master has been true to himself adapting the wu xia novel into a long epic.
Transcripts of the press conference in Shanghai in July 2005 are also available.
Author(s) : Thomas Podvin
Date : 26/10/2005
Type(s) : Interview, Food for thought
Index :
  6 page(s) in this article.
Main topics :
People : Kim So Yeon Page : 4  
Lu Yi Page : 3  
Sun Hong Lei Page : 5  
Tsui Hark Page : 1  2  3  5  
Donnie Yen Chi Tan Page : 2  3  5  
Movies : Seven Swords Page : 1  2  3  4  
Seven Swords Of Mount Heaven Page : 1  
Companies : Film Workshop Page : 1  

OVER THE EDGE, Tsui Hark's Don't Play With Fire
Triad bosses moonlighting as dance club DJs, adolescent boys who need just a nudge to plunge into a life of crime, crazed Vietnam veterans who sever limbs without hesitation, a teenage girl whose desire to die is trumped only by her passion to wreak havoc on society. This is the world of Don't Play With Fire, where bombs go off in movie theaters and cats rot on steel spikes.
Author(s) : Chris Vaillancourt
Date : 1/6/2002
Type(s) : Review
Index :
  4 page(s) in this article.
Main topics :
People : Lin Chen Chi Page : 3  
Movies : Dangerous Encounter - 1st Kind Page : 1  2  3  

Interview with Herman Yau
In 2001, we had the chance to meet Herman Yau at the Far East Festival in Udine, Italy, where the director was presenting From The Queen To The Chief Executive. That is the short interview he gave to us.
Author(s) : Laurent Henry
Date : 1/4/2001
Type(s) : Interview
Index :
  1 page(s) in this article.

Interview Koan Hui
We met Koan Hui in March 2001 for the Asian Film Festival of Deauville, France. A close assistant to Tsui Hark, Koan Hui was in charge of special effects for Legend of Zu and the script of Time and Tide. He also worked on The Blade. Here is a brief interview with him.
Author(s) : Laurent Henry
Date : 12/3/2001
Type(s) : Interview
Index :
  1 page(s) in this article.
Main topics :
People : Koan Hui On Page : 1  
Tsui Hark Page : 1  
Movies : The Blade Page : 1  
The Legend Of Zu Page : 1  
Companies : Film Workshop Page : 1  

Interview with Wu Bai
In March 2001, the HK Cinemagic team had the chance and the honour to meet Wu Bai and to interview him during the Deauville Film Festival, where Wu Bai was presenting Time and Tide.
Author(s) : Laurent Henry, Thomas Podvin
Date : 1/3/2001
Type(s) : Interview
Index :
  1 page(s) in this article.
Main topics :
People : Wu Bai Page : 1  
Movies : Time And Tide Page : 1  

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