Hats off to Hong Kong filmmakers


Lu Yuying is a well-known portrait photographer in Hong Kong.She used her camera to record the most youthful appearance of the Hong Kong film industry in the 1980s, including Jackie Chan, Andy Lau, Qingxia Lam, Tsui Hark, Ann Hui, John Woo…Both went on to become mainstays of the golden age of Hong Kong cinema.It was the golden age of Hong Kong cinema, and its young filmmakers were frozen in black and white.Lau was named one of the “Four Heavenly Kings” of Hong Kong in the 1990s and is one of the most representative artists in greater China.As a singer, he is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the most award-winning Hong Kong singer;In film, he has won three Hong Kong Film Awards for Best Actor and two Golden Horse Awards for Best Actor in Taiwan. By 2010, he has acted in more than 140 films.Lau is now the boss of Yingyi Group, a chinese-language film producer.In 1999, he was named one of the “Top 10 Outstanding Young People in Hong Kong”. In November 2000, he was named one of the “Top 10 Outstanding Young People in the World”, becoming one of the few Hong Kong artists to receive this award.On July 7, 2006, he was awarded the title of Honorary Fellow by the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, becoming one of the few Hong Kong actors to receive this honor.In 2008, he was appointed justice of the Peace by the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government.On April 23, 2010, he was appointed director and vice Chairman of China Disabled Persons’ Welfare Foundation.On May 2, 2010, he was awarded the 12th World Outstanding Chinese Award and the honorary Doctorate degree of Langsbridge University, New Zealand.Tsui Hark was born in Saigon, Vietnam on February 15, 1950. His ancestral home is Hai Feng County, Guangdong Province. He came from a large family of Overseas Chinese, including 16 siblings.In 1978, with a large number of TVB staff transferred to Jiayi TV, writing and directing the martial arts drama Golden Sword, which gained great attention.Won filmmaker Wu Siyuan appreciation, filming a famous “butterfly change”.In 1981, he won the Golden Horse Award for Best Director for The Ghost.In 1984, tsui hark and his wife Nansheng shi set up a film studio and completed “A Better Tomorrow”, “Dao Ma Dan”, “A Chinese Legend” and “Once upon a Time”.To date, Tsui hark has made more than 40 films and won the Best Director Award at the Hong Kong Film Awards and the Best Director Award at the Golden Horse Awards in Taiwan, ushering in a new era for Hong Kong films.Tsui Hark is one of the most influential figures in the current Hong Kong film industry, both on and off screen.Ann Hui, female director, ancestral home in Anshan, Liaoning, her father is a kuomintang document, her mother is Japanese.He has won three Hong Kong Film Awards for Best Director and numerous other awards. He is one of the three directors with the most awards in the history of Hong Kong Film Awards.On September 18, 2008, she won the 19th Fukuoka Asian Culture Award, becoming the first female director to win this award.His films range from literary adaptations, martial arts masterpieces, semi-autobiographical works, women’s issues, social phenomena, political changes and even horror films.Best Director at the Hong Kong Film Awards three times.His main works include “Love in a City”, “Book of Swords”, “Autumn Hate in the Guest Road”, “Woman at Forty”, “Thousands of Words”, “Man at Forty”, “Postmodern Life of My aunt”, “Day and Night in Tianshui Wai”, “Night and fog in Tianshui Wai”, “Fried rice in Leisure”, etc.Jackie Chan likes fighting and watching martial arts movies.One day, his father took Jackie to visit the Peking Opera martial arts student Yu Zhanyuan master, Jackie saw the students here hard practice, very envious, asked his father to let him practice martial arts here.With Sammo Hung (Yuan Long), Yuan Kui, Yuan Hua, Jackie Chan (Yuan Lou), Yuan Bin, Yuan De, Yuan Biao for the seven little blessing.She made her movie debut in 1962 in Big and Small Yellow Bullies.In 1971, he became a dragon and tiger fighter and stuntman.In 1972, he joined the Earth Film Company.In 1973, he changed his name to Chen Yuanlong and starred in Policewoman (1973) as the martial arts director.In 1976, he changed his name to Jackie Chan.In 1978, she starred in Snake in Eagle’s Shadow and Drunken Master, and became famous by playing kung fu with director Yuen Wo-ping.In 1998, he went to Hollywood to shoot two episodes of Rush Hour and Two episodes of Shanghai Noon, and became a Chinese kung fu star in the west after Bruce Lee.The chengjia class led by him has won the best Action Directing award of the 4th, 5th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 14th and 21st Golden Horse Awards, and the best Action Directing Award of the 31st, 32nd and 34th Golden Horse Awards.Leung Ka-fai was born in Hong Kong on February 1, 1958. He is the youngest best Actor winner in the history of the Hong Kong Film Awards.He won the Best Actor Award four times at the Hong Kong Film Awards for his roles in the films “From behind the Curtain”, “92 Black Rose against Black Rose”, “Underworld” and “Cold War”.Season of Love won him the best Actor award at the 27th Golden Horse Awards in Taiwan.In 1992, he won the Actor award of Hong Kong Artist of the Year award for his film Lovers, and broke the French film box office record for two years.No matter literary film or funny comedy, can be competent, is one of the representatives of Hong Kong film acting school.In December 2005, Leung ka-fai went to the Antarctic, becoming the first Asian artist to land in the Antarctic.Lin Qingxia was born in Laiyang, Shandong province.The biggest movie star of the late ’70s.And Lin Fengjiao, Qin Han, Qin Xianglin said “two Lin two Qin”, was the Chinese film industry “jade girl” head.She has been praised as “the first beauty in Southeast Asia” and has made more than 100 films, involving young jade women to women chivalry.She won the Best Actress award at the Golden Horse Awards in Taiwan for her role in “Rolling In Red”.In 1992, he reached the peak of his career with the swordsman river’s Lake ii: Invincible in the East.She is the only female star in Hong Kong and Taiwan film industry who can span two different film styles of art and martial arts and has been popular for the longest time.Wang Zuxian at the beginning of 90’s, Hong Kong film circle “four famous Dan” one of, because of tall, outstanding appearance has “Asia first beautiful leg” and “Asia first beauty” title, “mei” is her pronoun.At the age of 15, he shot his first commercial for adidas Sneakers.In 1984, he made his debut film “It will be Cold by the Lake this year” and won the best photography award of the 20th Golden Horse Award.In 1987, she was nominated for the Golden Horse Award and the Golden Horse Award for best Actress in the film “A Chinese Ghost”, and became the image spokesperson of the classic “ghost” in Hong Kong films, which set off the boom of Hong Kong fantasy films and became popular all over Asia.From 1983 to 1993, he made 63 films, and his acting skills were honed for a long time.By 1993, Green Snake had reached its peak.In 2003, she starred as herself in Beautiful Shanghai.Her aesthetic modeling in costume dramas is unmatched so far, and she is called “the first beauty in costume” by fans.In 1998, he released his only mandarin album, Seclusion. In 2004, he retired from the film industry and has been living in Canada since then.Lu Yan was born in Peiping, Guangdong province. She studied literature at St. John’s University in Shanghai and financial Management at Jiaotong University.She married Huang Xi-lin, a diplomat from the Republic of China, and moved to Los Angeles.1958 – Guest star in Frank Borucci’s “Flying Tigers”.In 1970, she starred in Madame Dong and won the 9th Golden Horse Award for Best Actress.The film also won best black-and-white cinematography, best black-and-white art design, and best creative award for director Tang Shuxuan.In 1972, she tai Jun of Yangmen, won the 11th Golden Horse Award for best supporting actress.In 1975, she played the Queen Mother of the West in “The Empress Dowager” and “Yingtai Weeping Blood”, and her acting skills were further improved and she won the Golden Horse Award again (12th session).Influenced by her mother and under the guidance of Mei Lanfang and his wife, she became very interested in drama. In addition to acting in films, she also acted in stage plays, Chinese operas and TV programs.Tsang chi-wai graduated from secondary school and was a professional football player before joining the film industry as a dragon Tiger martial artist.Later involved in scriptwriter work, and promoted to director.Joined the New Art City to shoot the “Best Partners” series of movies, which received great acclaim.He starred in the five Lucky Stars series with Feng Kuifan, Wu Yiu hon, Sammo Hung, Shun Kin-xun and Qin Xianglin, and in the Wong Ching Best Friend series.People in Hong Kong were impressed by his sharp manner of speaking and the words he said during his death.In addition, during the period of editing and directing, he participated in many guest performances in front of the screen, although only a small role, but also made the audience know his name.Wai Yinghong Manchuria is yellow flag man.6 years old, selling gum to American soldiers on the docks with his mother.14 years old, into the night always perform song and dance, agile skills.Three years later, zhang Che took a fancy to, shao signed a monthly salary of 500.Her first film, The Legend of the Condor Heroes, was notable, if not spectacular, as Mu Nianci.A few years later, led by Liu Jialiang, starring in action movies, became a famous “beating women”.No matter in the heyday or in the low-key today, wai Yinghong plays, in addition to heroic, there is always some vicissitudes of life lonely.The moment of looking back in front of the camera brings a delicate and pathetic amorous feelings.Lam TSZ cheung (left) was a former student of Tak Shin School and organized a band as a student.He has also made a number of films, including Sea Run, The Owl and Dumbo, and The World of Three.In 1983, he was nominated for best Actor in the second Hong Kong Film Awards for his role in The Sea of Rage, but lost.In 1980, his songs “In the Middle of the Water” and “Minute Needs You” won two Golden Melody Awards in a row at the third Top Ten Chinese Golden Melody Awards Concert, becoming the big winner.In 1994, he was awarded the Golden Needle Award, the highest honor in Hong Kong music industry.In 2003, Lam was the first singer-songwriter to receive the CASH Music Achievement Award.

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