Wong Kar Wai Says Young Filmmakers Are "Less Competitive"

29 days ago | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News

Wong Kar Wai said the opening up of the Chinese film market is providing immense opportunity for young directors, but cautioned those coming up against being complacent, as competition will be fierce in the future.

Wong — who on Friday was honored with the top prize at the Lumiere Film Festival, headed by Cannes fest director Theirry Fremaux — made the comments at the Lyon, France, event while discussing the film business in Hong Kong and China.

Wong, born just before the Cultural Revolution in China, was raised in Hong Kong and came of age as a filmmaker in the 1980s...


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