Wong Kar-wai at IFFR
WONG Kar-wai (1958, Shanghai) emigrated to Hong Kong at the age of five. He graduated in Graphic Design in 1980, attended a course at Hong Kong Television and climbed up from production assistant to scriptwriter. Ever since his feature début As Tears Go By, Wong is considered one of the most important contemporary film makers. Many of his films were screened at the festival.
Wong gok ka moon/As Tears Go By (1988), Afei Ching Chuen/Days of Being Wild (1991), Chong qing sen lin/Chungking Express (1994), Dung che sai duk/Ashes of Time (1994), Doh Lok Tin Si/Fallen Angels (1997), Cheun gwong tsa sit/Happy Together (1997), Fa yeung nin wa/In the Mood for Love (2000), Six Days (2002, short), 2046 (2004), Ai shen/Eros (2004, La Mano episode), My Blueberry Nights (2007), Chacun son cinéma (2007, I travelled 9000 km to Give It to You episode), There's Only One Sun (2007, short)