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Through the Lens of Arthur Wong

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Veteran director of photography Arthur Wong shot many films for Tsui Hark, Jackie Chan and many kung fu film directors. A respected and recognized player in the local film industry, Wong never runs out of anecdotes and funny stories to share. We interviewed him in his HK home.
Author(s) : David Vivier, Thomas Podvin
Date : 12/1/2005
Type(s) : Interview

Table of content
Foreword   Page 0
From clapper loader to assistant cameraman   Page 1
The Kung Fu pace   Page 2
Disco dancing, Cinema City, D&B   Page 3
Busy days with the new-wavers   Page 4
Hong Kong Society of Cinematographers   Page 5
Drama queen and IA2   Page 6
Shooting Jackie Chan   Page 7
Working with a tyrant   Page 8
DP and producer   Page 9
Action! And accidents   Page 10
Bonus: MTV + Wong Kar-wai   Page 11

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