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World Journal 世界日報 2013/12/06 [C4]
作品《homeless is more》的创作过程别出心裁。郭奕臣在纽约街头向流浪者购买他们书写的纸板，拾回废弃的镜子，重新拼凑成帝国大厦的景观，建构纽约的天际线，试图揭露在华丽都市背面的生活。作品《sold out》则是影像作品，记录下郭奕臣用一个小推车和铁夹，沿着纽约地铁轨道拾掇垃圾的过程。郭奕臣说，这个展览，记录了他作为艺术家，来到纽约生活的观察。
They were perhaps lesser-known names in New York, but acclaimed Chinese actors and filmmakers Wesley Wong, Wu Xiubo, Larry Yang, Zhao Wei and a few Americans, such as Sid Ganis, took to the red carpet at the 4th New York Chinese Film Festival.
CHINA HAPPENINGS™ is pleased to announce that its founder Chiu-Ti Jansen attended the opening night red carpet ceremony of the Fourth New York Chinese Film Festival at the Alice Tully Hall of the Lincoln Center. Other VIP guests included Oscar-winning American filmmaker Sid Ganis and Ambassador Sun Guoxiang, Consul General of the People’s Republic of China in New York.
Donnie Yen is one of cinema’s most charismatic screen presences, yet if you were to happen upon him in a crowd, it would take you a minute to realize who he was since he so completely blends in. That anonymity disappears when Yen begins to speak and reveals himself to be a well-mannered, well-spoken man of thought. To be certain he is a man of action on screen, but his choice of roles is always based on the character and the opportunity to grow as an actor.
Grossing over 115 million USD, the Chinese film “So Young” was already a huge hit in China when it premiered in New York as part of the 4th Chinese New York Film Festival at Lincoln Center. The film is based on a best-selling novel and was the directorial debut of Chinese mega-celebrity, the famed actress Zhao Wei, who introduced the film at the screening and answered questions from adoring fans afterwards.
NEW YORK - If you baidu (Chinese equivalent of Google) Chinese terms for “youth” (qingchun) and “drama” (ju), hundreds and thousands of TV and movie titles will turn up, leaving you with the strong impression that China’s legacy as a tradition-revering society has been displaced by a sudden overwhelming concern and nostalgia for youth. This phenomenon has become a mainstay of the media, evidenced by such titles as Beijing Youth (and its many sequels), Youthful Days, Who Is In Charge of Our Youth and so forth. Recently, New York had a taste of China’s youth fever when the fourth New York Chinese Film Festival opened at the Lincoln Center with Chinese actress Zhao Wei’s directorial debut with the film So Young.
This week New York hosted the Chinese film festival with its tales of love, lost youth, and martial arts. With help from a non-profit organisation seven films from mainland China and Hong Kong are being shown at New York’s Lincoln Centre, in order to promote Chinese art and culture.