Director HONG KONG

WONG Kar Wai

WONG Kar Wai
Biography

Born in Shanghai, Wong Kar Wai moved at the age of five to Hong-Kong with his parents. He was recognized as one of the most promising filmmakers, in 1988, with his first feature film As Tears Go By. In 1990, Days of Being Wild, depicting the youth of that mythical Hong Kong of the 60s, won five top prizes at the Hong Kong Film Awards. He then directed Ashes of Time. In 1994, Chungking Express was the first of his films to break through into wide international distribution. One year later, Fallen Angels consolidated his position as one of the most innovative storytellers of our times. In 1997, Happy Together earned the Best Director Prize at Festival de Cannes and in 2000 Tony Leung walked away with the Best Actor Prize for In the Mood for Love, also in Cannes. My Blueberry Nights, starring Norah Jones and Jude Law, is selected in competition for the 60th Festival de Cannes. His latest films are: The Lady from Shanghai and The Grandmaster with Tony Leung.

Films presented at Cannes

ASHES OF TIME REDUX 2008 Special Screenings Director, Script / Dialogue
CHACUN SON CINÉMA TO EACH HIS OWN CINEMA 2007 Out of Competition Director
2046 2004 In Competition – Feature Films Director, Script / Dialogue
HAPPY TOGETHER 1997 In Competition – Feature Films Director, Script / Dialogue

Awards

HAPPY TOGETHER
HAPPY TOGETHER 1997 Award for Best Director Director, Script / Dialogue
Jury members
President - Feature films - 2006
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Directors

Annie SILVERSTEIN

Annie SILVERSTEIN

Andrey ZVYAGINTSEV

Andrey ZVYAGINTSEV

Director, script writer
Agnès VARDA

Agnès VARDA

Director
Christophe HONORÉ

Christophe HONORÉ

LEE Chang-dong

LEE Chang-dong

Director
François TRUFFAUT

François TRUFFAUT

Director
Kaouther BEN HANIA

Kaouther BEN HANIA

Director
King HU

King HU

Nicolas WINDING REFN

Nicolas WINDING REFN

Director, Writer, Producer
Ursula MEIER

Ursula MEIER

Director
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