Five films by Wong Kar-wai named in Greatest Chinese Films poll

The Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival has announced the results of its survey of the “100 Greatest Chinese-Language Films“. 122 industry professionals took part in the survey, including film scholars, festival programmers, film directors, actors and producers.
With 73 votes, Hou Hsiao-hsien’s ‘A City of Sadness‘ topped the poll. Edward Yang’s ‘A Brighter Summer Day’ came a close second.
Wong Kar-wai was Hong Kong’s most recognised director with five slots headed by ‘Days of Being Wild‘ in 4th place. The other films by Wong Kar-wai in the list are ‘In The Mood For Love‘ (joint 9th), ‘ChungKing Express‘ (21st), ‘Happy Together‘ (26th), and ‘Ashes Of Time‘ (joint 50th)

Top 10:
 1 A City of Sadness; dir. Hou Hsiao-hsien
 2 A Brighter Summer Day; dir. Edward Yang
 3 A Time to Live and a Time to Die; dir. Hou Hsiao-hsien
 4 Days of Being Wild; dir. Wong Kar-wai
 5 Spring in a Small Town; dir. Fei Mu
 6 Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon; dir. Ang Lee
 7 Yi Yi: A One and a Two; dir. Edward Yang
 8 Dust in the Wind; dir. Hou Hsiao-hsien
9= Dragon Inn; dir. King Hu
9= In the Mood for Love; dir. Wong Kar-wai

http://www.filmbiz.asia/news/horse-announces-greatest-chinese-films

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