The art of martial arts - Page 2

CAAMFest remembers legendary producer Sir Run Run Shaw

|
()

RG I think in terms of film — because we must not forget he created TVB, the major Chinese TV corporation, and was also a major philanthropist in the last years of his life — he brought Chinese cinema to the post-war world. He also had a vision of pan-Asian cinema with distribution and production around the region that we are perhaps only catching up with now! *

"TRIBUTE: RUN RUN SHAW"

Sat/15, 2pm, The Kingdom and the Beauty; 5pm, Come Drink With Me; 8pm, King Boxer, $12 per film

Great Star Theater

636 Jackson, SF

www.caamedia.org

 

Related articles

  • 'Budapest,' 'Mars,' and more: CAAMFest + new movies!

  • Telling tales

    Diverse stories take to the screen in CAAMFest's documentary competition

  • Women with movie cameras

    Cheers to CAAMFest's crop of female Asian American film directors

  • Also from this author

  • "All our families are f-ed up:" Director David Dobkin on his Duvall vs. Downey drama 'The Judge'

  • Go for Goth

    'The Guest' filmmakers talk Carpenter, moody music, and finding the humor in horror

  • You better recognize

    Under-the-radar artists (and a misunderstood legend) get their due in Mill Valley Film Fest doc