|2005||National Society of Film Critics||Best Director (Runner-up)||2046||Won|
|2000||European Film Academy||Screen International Award||In the Mood for Love||Won|
|2000||Independent Spirit Awards||Best Foreign Film||In the Mood for Love||Nominated|
|1997||Cannes Film Festival||Best Director||Happy Together||Won|
|1997||Independent Spirit Awards||Best Foreign Film||Happy Together||Nominated|
by Kelly Woo
Gorgeous cinematography? Check. Jump cuts and slo-mo? Check. Longing, lovelorn glances? Check. Chinese director Wong Kar-Wai's distinctive style is as present as ever in the new American trailer for his martial arts biopic...
by Harley W. Lond
Wong Kar Wai may be best known to Western cinemagoers for his moody dramas and romances ('Chungking Express,' 'In the Mood for Love,' 'My Blueberry Nights') but the director has also done his share of martial arts and crime...
by Leonard Jacobs
Call it a leading role, call it an unbilled cameo. Either way, one thing is clear: Wolverine is headed to China. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Hugh Jackman has joined the cast of 'Snow Flower and the Secret Fan,' helmed...