Our Time Has Come: Women Directors of Contemporary Asian Cinema
The lecture is a brief guide to the history of Asian women's cinema, presenting the profiles of selected auteurs who have significantly influenced the cinemas of their countries and thrived in many areas of the film industry. The lecturer talks about female mentors, such as Ann Hui and Marilou Diaz-Abaya, as well as female directors who debuted in the 2000s and contributed to the female wave in contemporary world cinema.
Film critic, editor and author of numerous texts on East and Southeast Asian cinema. Since 2012, she is the programer and co-organizer of Five Flavours Asian Film Festival, editor and author of festival catalogs and the books "Silent explosion. New Cinema of East and Southeast Asia" and "Made in Hong Kong. Cinema in Transition".
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