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Tsai Ming-Liang

by Tsai Ming-Liang

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  • 7 Currently reading

Published by Dis Voir .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Film theory & criticism,
  • Pop Arts / Pop Culture,
  • Film & Video - History & Criticism,
  • Performing Arts,
  • Cinema/Film: Book,
  • Film & Video - Reference,
  • Film & Video - Direction & Production,
  • Performing Arts / Film / Direction & Production,
  • Film & Video - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages128
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9010133M
    ISBN 102906571903
    ISBN 109782906571907

      Interview: Tsai Ming-liang By Huei-Yin Chen on April 6, Twenty-three years can turn a rebellious Neon God into Xuanzang—from restless souls wandering around Ximending (the old city center of Taipei) in Rebels of the Neon God (92) to the pure spiritual idea embodied by the slow-paced movement of a red-robed Buddhist monk in the Walker.   Tsai Ming-liang, iconoclastic art house darling and purveyor of tough-love cinema, admits to being baffled why so many parties approached him to Author: Patrick Frater.

    Learn about all aspects of Tsai’s singular practice Join us for a special session with Tsai Ming-liang as he discusses his unique approach to filmmaking. His talk will also touch upon his work in .   Foremost among them is Tsai Ming-liang. Tsai was born into an ethnic Chinese family in Malaysia in and moved to Taiwan to attend university. After working in Taiwanese theater and television and writing a number of screenplays in the Hong Kong film industry, Tsai started to write and direct his own by: 6.

    For Tsai Ming-liang, emotion is skin-deep. No other working filmmaker is more sharply attuned to how raw, mundane feeling—feeling before it has been made compelling by drama or comprehensible by psychology—is undergone within the body and then hidden on its stupor induced by a long fit of crying, the half-bored mindlessness of bad sex, the feeling of one’s face on the pillow. Ming-liang Tsai Celebrity Profile - Check out the latest Ming-liang Tsai photo gallery, biography, pics, pictures, interviews, news, forums and blogs at Rotten Tomatoes!


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Tsai Ming-liang and a Cinema of Slowness will speak to readers with an interest in art cinema, queer studies, East Asian culture, and the question of time. In an Tsai Ming-Liang book of unrelenting acceleration of pace both in film and in life, this book invites us to pause and listen, to Cited by: Tsai Ming-liang and a Cinema of Slowness will speak to readers with an interest in art cinema, queer studies, East Asian culture, and the question Tsai Ming-Liang book time.

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The first in-depth study of filmmaker Tsai Ming-liang's sensual and solitary universe. Published by Dis Voir, Text by Jean-Pierre Rehm, Olivier Joyard, Daniele Riviere. Interview with Tsai Ming-liang.

Acclaimed Taiwan-based filmmaker Tsai Ming-liang is renowned for creating some of the most nihilistic and erotic films of the s. Tsai Ming-liang and a Cinema of Slownesswill speak to readers with an interest in art cinema, queer studies, East Asian culture, and the question of time.

In an age of unrelenting acceleration of pace both in film and in life, this book invites us to pause and listen, to.

Ming-liang Tsai, Director: Dong. Born in Kuching, Malaysia, he graduated from the Drama and Cinema Department of the Chinese Cultural University of Taiwan and worked as a theatrical producer and TV director. His second feature film, Vive L'Amour (), won the Golden Lion (best picture) at the Venice Film Festival.

His idiosyncratic oeuvre continues to enthrall audiences Occupation: Director, Writer, Producer. Tsai Ming Liang. K likes. Feature Rebels of the Neon God Vive L’ amour The River Hole What Time is It There.

Goodbye Followers: K. Acclaimed Taiwan-based filmmaker Tsai Ming-liang is renowned for creating some of the most nihilistic and erotic films of the 90s.

His films include Rebels of the Neon God (); Vive l'amour (); The River (); and his Cannes golden palme-nominee, The Hole, His films often use water in its multiple capacities -- cleansing, raining, nourishing, flooding -- to sumbolize his.

Tsai Ming-liang has teamed up with multimedia sound artist GayBird to present an avant-garde theatre show, One Zero, which will be performed on. Days (Chinese: 日子) is a Taiwanese drama film directed by Tsai was selected to compete for the Golden Bear in the main competition section at the 70th Berlin International Film Festival.

It won the jury Teddy Award at the 70th Berlinale. Typical of many Tsai Ming-liang films, Days is minimalist, slowly paced, and features little dialogue, without subtitles. The Hole (洞) Directed by: Tsai Ming-liang. Written by: Tsai Ming-liang, Yang Pi-ying. Country: Taiwan.

Year: The first time I heard about the movie “The Hole” was in my teen years while reading a book about the history of cinema. The film was praised as an example of. Between andTsai wrote ten teleplays, eight of which he also directed, either in whole or in part (this according to the appendix of Tsai Ming-liang, published by Editions Dis Voir inthe only existing book-length study of the director).

Tsai now views that period as a fundamental apprenticeship during which he found his voice. Tsai Ming-Liang by Olivier Joyard,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(6). Tsai Ming-Liang as an artist, filmmaker, discusses his installations and performance in relation to his film practice.

A discovery of how he thinks about making work for different contexts. His approach, always seems serendipitous how he comes across his characters or materials that become films. Tsai Ming-liang and a cinema of slowness. [Song Hwee Lim] -- How can we qualify slowness in cinema. This is the first book to examine the concept of cinematic slowness and address this fascinating phenomenon in contemporary film culture.

Providing a critical investigation into questions of temporality, materiality, and aesthetics, and. In the s and early s, most of the sources on Tsai Ming-liang were in Chinese or they were Tsai’s writings on his films. Over time, the scholarship in English has expanded. Lim is the first academic monograph in English dedicated to Tsai, while Joyard, et al.

is the first book. STRAY DOGS Tsai Ming-liang | Taiwan, Cast: Lee Kang Sheng, Lu Yi Ching, Lee Yi Cheng, Lee Yi Chieh, Chen Shiang Chyi. Rather, it is an examination of Tsai Ming-liang’s films through which we get to know the aesthetics of slowness.

I find the book a success for two reasons. First, Lim has succeeded to put Slow Cinema on paper, which is a real achievement, because it must be extremely difficult to convey the feeling of slowness with words.

One of the most celebrated film director in Taiwan, Tsai Ming-Liang's first VR production The Deserted tells the story of a man lives in a ruined house in the mountains. Visited by the ghost of a mother and a bride where the only companion is a fish.

[on Kang-sheng Lee] When I found Lee Kang-sheng on the street, I invited him to be in my then, his perfect embodiment of an anti-actor has had a profound impact on my work. One day, to my shock, I realized I never wanted to move my camera away from his face, and it was then that I found the true reason for making films.

Busan Film Review: ‘Your Face’ In this experimental gallery piece, Tsai Ming-liang shoots close-ups of 13 faces in repose and in motion, playing with the essence of : Jay Weissberg.Tsai Ming-liang. 2, likes. Tsai Ming-liang is a Taiwanese filmmaker.

He has written and directed 10 feature films and has also directed many short.Journey to the West, a film by Tsai Ming-liang (, 56 minutes); Tsai Ming-liang Master Class at the Cinémathèque Française (70 minutes); Theatrical trailer; Booklet featuring essay Brand: Cinema Guild.