Agnès Varda, recently honoured for her life’s work at the Berlin film festival, in a scene from her latest film, Varda by Agnès. Agnès Varda, recently honoured for her life’s work at the Berlin film festival, in a scene from her latest film, Varda by Agnès.
Agnès Varda, recently honoured for her life’s work at the Berlin film festival, in a scene from her latest film, Varda by Agnès.
Clarence Tsui
Opinion

Opinion

The Projector by Clarence Tsui

China’s female film directors still struggling to break into the boys’ club

  • Veteran European women filmmakers, such as Agnès Varda, honoured at the Berlin International Film Festival
  • However, their contemporaries in China are still awaiting their moment in the sun

Agnès Varda, recently honoured for her life’s work at the Berlin film festival, in a scene from her latest film, Varda by Agnès. Agnès Varda, recently honoured for her life’s work at the Berlin film festival, in a scene from her latest film, Varda by Agnès.
Agnès Varda, recently honoured for her life’s work at the Berlin film festival, in a scene from her latest film, Varda by Agnès.
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Clarence Tsui

Clarence Tsui

Clarence Tsui, a Hong Kong film critic and programmer, was the South China Morning Post’s Film Editor (2005-2012).