Wang Chao (director)
|Pinyin||Wáng Chāo (Mandarin)|
|Origin||People's Republic of China|
January 21, 1964 |
Wang Chao (Chinese: 王超) (born January 21, 1964 in Nanjing) is a Chinese film director and screenwriter, sometimes considered part of the loosely defined "sixth generation." Wang began his career serving as an assistant director to the fifth generation auteur, Chen Kaige, working with the elder director on epics like Farewell My Concubine and The Emperor and the Assassin. At the same time, he began to write fiction including several short stories and novellas, one of which would later go on to serve sa the basis of Wang's directorial debut, The Orphan of Anyang.
|Year||English Title||Chinese Title||Notes|
|2001||The Orphan of Anyang||安阳的孤儿|
|2004||Day and Night||日日夜夜|
|2006||Luxury Car||江城夏日||Winner of the 2006 Prix un certain regard at the Cannes Film Festival|
|2009||Memory of Love||重来|
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- that's Beijing staff (2006-06-30). "Five Questions for Wang Chao, director of Luxury Car". that's Beijing. Retrieved 2008-08-02.
- "Festival de Cannes: Luxury Car". festival-cannes.com. Retrieved 2009-12-15.
- McCarthy, Todd (2006-05-28). "Cannes hops to 'Barley'". Variety. Retrieved 2008-08-02.
- Wang Chao at AllRovi
- Wang Chao at the Internet Movie Database
- Wang Chao at the Chinese Movie Database
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