Digital Anthology: Hong Kong Cinema

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Over 100 pages of interviews and profiles of key directors and stars.

September/October 1983: Ann Hui’s Boat People by Harlan Kennedy

November/December 1987: two views of the Toronto Film Festival by David Chute and Pat Aufderheide

May/June 1988: a special midsection on Hong Kong Cinema
Editor’s note by David Chute
Industry overview by John Powers
Jackie Chan by Dave Kehr
Tam Ka-Ming’s The Sword by David Chute
Tsui Hark and Nansun Shi interview by Pat Aufderheide
A day in the life of Chow Yun-fat by Michael Singer
Hong Kong ghost movies by David Edelstein
Stanley Kwans’s Rouge by David Chute
The rise of the Hong Kong film industry after World War II by Paul Fonoroff

September/October 1993: John Woo interview and profile by Maitland McDonagh

January/February 1996: Wong Kar Wai profile by Chuck Stephens

May/June 1996: Stanley Kwan profile by Michael Atkinson

September/October 1996: Brigitte Lin profile by Howard Hampton

July/August 1997: Tsui Hark/Ching Siu-tung profile by Howard Hampton

July/August 1997: how the Hong Kong film industry prepared for the Mainland China takeover by Bérénice Reynaud

September/October 1997: Tsui Hark responds to Howard Hampton’s article

November/December 2000: Hong Kong Journal by Stephen Teo

May/June 2001: Tsui Hark’s Time and Tide by David Chute

September/October 2004: Hong Kong Journal by Li Cheuk-to

September/October 2004: Modern Films distribution company by Olaf Möller

September/October 2004: the Shaw Brothers profiled by Chuck Stephens

March/April 2005: Stephen Chow’s Kung Fu Hustle reviewed by Sam Ho

May/June 2005: Chor Yuen’s work with the Shaw Brothers by David Chute

November/December 2005: Chor Yuen’s Cantonese-language films by Olaf Möller

May/June 2007: Cheang Pou-soi profiled by Olaf Möller

March/April 2008: Patrick Tam’s After This Our Exile by Olaf Möller

July/August 2010: Patrick Lung Kong profiled by Olaf Möller

July/August 2013: Johnnie To’s Drug War reviewed by Steve Erickson

March/April 2014: Stephen Chow’s Journey to the West by Grady Hendrix