mercredi 10 mars 2010

CINÉMA - Le 12e Festival du film asiatique de Deauville

Le Figaro, no. 20405 - Le Figaro et vous, mercredi, 10 mars 2010, p. 30

Le 12e Festival du film asiatique de Deauville, qui s'ouvre ce soir, rend hommage cette année à la Chine, notamment à deux cinéastes actuels : Lou Ye, qui sera présent, et Lu Chuan. Outre la compétition d'une dizaine de films, le festival organise une intégrale du réalisateur philippin Brillante Mendoza, qui donnera une master class samedi 13 mars.

PHOTO - Mainland China's Lou Ye poses in Hong Kong Friday, Nov. 20, 2009. The prominent Chinese director banned by Beijing on Friday brought his new gay romance to Hong Kong for what is likely the last of a handful of screenings on his home soil. In 2006, Lou Ye was banned from shooting movies for five years after he screened "Summer Palace" at the Cannes Film Festival without government approval. But the 45-year-old director defied the ban, secretly shooting the love story "Spring Fever" with small, digital cameras in the eastern city Nanjing last year. He also entered it at Cannes earlier this year, where it won best screenplay in May.

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