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> ECCO LA NIPOTE DI BRUCE LEE di 7 anni con Linda Lee Cadwell e Shannon Lee Heung Yi al 34 HKIFF 2010, Bruce Lee Kicks off 7010 Spotlight At the HKIFF
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alla mostra in onore del nonno, padre e marito di cimeli suoi e dei fans al Cultural Center Bruce Lee in collaborazione con Hong Kong International Film Festival.

Shannon ha visionato il progetto di fare della casa di Hk di Bruce un museo con caffeteria e sala proiezioni.
A Seattle è in cantiere un progetto simile
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Bruce Lee Kicks off 7010 Spotlight At the HKIFF
17 March 2010, (Hong Kong) Celebrating the 70th anniversary of Bruce Lee, the Hong Kong International Film Festival (21 March – 6 April, 2010) spotlights Bruce Lee’s influence on global cinema. The special tribute entitled Bruce Lee 7010 will include Bruce Lee films, Bruce Lee exhibitions, seminars and a newly launched publication - "Bruce Lee Lives".

Bruce Lee 7010 will be the first time audiences in Asia will have the opportunity to see nine of Lee’s films in theatres at a single festival. A rare delight for all Bruce Lee fans around the world, films with Bruce Lee growing up on screen will be a unique highlight. Bruce Lee 7010 will showcase films made from 1950 to 1973, such as The Kid (1950) and The Orphan (1960), with Bruce Lee as a lead player at the age of 10 and 20 respectively, as well as Cantonese films in the 1950s with Bruce Lee in the cast, such as The Thunderstorm (1957), and the film that made him a global superstar, Enter The Dragon (1973).

“Unique to Hong Kong’s heritage, Bruce Lee’s legacy continues to inspire filmmakers and audiences around the world,” said Shaw Soo-wei, executive director of the Hong Kong International Film Festival Society (HKIFFS). “The HKIFF is proudly committed to supporting Hong Kong film talent of the past and present who pave the way for new filmmakers to establish themselves globally.”

As a global icon, Bruce Lee continues to drive worldwide interest in Hong Kong action cinema. His films have influenced all areas of popular culture including fitness, music, sport, dance, video games and philosophy, and drove the martial arts film industry into the mainstream, putting Hong Kong cinema on the world map.

“Bruce Lee Lives”, the new publication launched by the HKIFFS for Bruce Lee 7010, will unveil a rare insight into Lee’s life and the singular impact he had on those who met him and the audiences whose lives he touched. Newly penned articles by acclaimed critics including Sek Kei, Bryan Chang, Bono Lee and Po Fung will analyse the cultural significance of all his Cantonese films in the 1950s to the Kung Fu films in the 1970s. “Bruce Lee Lives” will be available online at www.hkiff.org for a discounted price of HK$80 only during HKIFF period.

In partnership with Bruce Lee Enterprises and sponsored by Tiger Beer, the Bruce Lee 7010 exhibition will be officially opened at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre on March 30, 2010 with Shannon Lee Keasler, daughter and Linda Lee Cadwell, wife of the late Bruce Lee. Audiences will be treated to a rare journey into Bruce Lee’s life with his actual personal belongings on display; including Lee’s costumes - the helmet he wore for kung-fu practice, family and behind-the-scenes photographs, Lee’s hand drawings and sketches of his martial arts techniques, philosophy and Jeet Kune Do, personal letters to friends and family, his contracts with film studios and much more. The exhibition will be on display from March 30 to April 6 with free admission to the public.

On Sunday April 4, audiences will also be able to gain insight into the films of Bruce Lee through a free seminar at the Science Museum, with established film critic and Hong Kong Film Archive (HKFA) programmer, Sam Ho, film historian Law Kar, chairman of the Bruce Lee Club, W Wong. This free public seminar will be conducted in Cantonese with English simultaneous interpretation.

The 34th HKIFF official hotel, W Hong Kong will also pay tribute to Bruce Lee. From March 25 – 28, from 7 - 9PM, fans can join the “Bruce Lee Hours” at W ’s Living Room, where screenings of Lee’s films with complimentary popcorn, and premium cocktails made to order, will be served.

The 34th HKIFF runs from 21 March to 6 April, 2010. Tickets for the 34th HKIFF are now available to the public online. Online purchasers and Citibank credit card holders can enjoy a 10% discount. Ticket sales at all URBTIX outlets will commence from 11 March, 2010. Ticket sales and a full list of film titles can be viewed online at http://www.hkiff.org.

About HKIFF
The HKIFF is one of Asia’s most reputable platforms for filmmakers, film professionals and filmgoers from all over the world to launch new works and experience outstanding films.

The HKIFF is Asia's leading film showcase screening over 290 titles from more than 50 countries in 11 major cultural venues. The Festival is Hong Kong’s largest cultural event that reaches an audience of over 590,000 including 4,500 business executives who attend the Hong Kong Film and Television Market (FILMART), a concurrent event of the HKIFF held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. The 34th HKIFF will be held from 21 March to 6 April 2010.

Committed to discovering new talent, the Festival premieres the breadth of Chinese cinema and showcases Asian talent. As a lifestyle event, festival-goers can enjoy world-class films, attend seminars hosted by leading filmmakers from around the world, visit film exhibitions, join celebration parties, and much more. For more information, please visit www.hkiff.org

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For media enquiry and photo-stills of the films, please contact:

Purry Chiu
Fleishman-Hillard Hong Kong
Office direct: +852 2111 3187
e-mail: purry.chiu@fleishman.com

Carol Yeung
Fleishman-Hillard Hong Kong
e-mail: carol.yeung@fleishman.com
Office direct: +852 2530 0232

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Bruce Lee 7010

In one shining, all too brief moment at the start of the 1970s, Hong Kong cinema — and one talent in particular — had global cinemagoing masses shocked and awed. When Bruce Lee struck out with 1971's The Big Boss, his breathtaking, unorthodox screen warrior was a new sensation, the result of a lifelong journey of filmmaking and intense personal training. To label Lee a mere kung-fu star would be to dismiss his many achievements. Investigate his childhood pictures and you'll find the cream of Hong Kong's social realism and melodrama; delve into the later martial-arts sagas, and marvel as the heroes he devised and choreographed run riot with innovation. Lee's premature death in 1973 saw a wave of imitators emerge, but few, if any, could be as driven as the original. And as we now mark the 70th anniversary of Lee's birth, his influence in world cinema has yet to wane.

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The Kid
Director:Fung Fung

Cast:Bruce Lee, Yee Chau-shui, Lee Hoi-chuen, Fung Fung

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In the Face of Demolition
Director:Lee Tit

Cast:Bruce Lee, Cheung Ying, Ng Cho Fan, Tsi Lo Lin

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The screening time have been changed to 2:45PM.
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The Thunderstorm
Director:Ng Wui

Cast:Lu Than, Pak Yin, Cheung Ying, Bruce Lee

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The Orphan
Director:Lee Sun-fung

Cast:Bruce Lee, Ng Cho Fan, Pak Yin, Fung Fung

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The Big Boss
Director:Luo Wei

Cast:Bruce Lee, James Tien, Han Ying-chieh, Maria Yi

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Fist of Fury
Director:Luo Wei

Cast:Bruce Lee, James Tien , Nora Miao

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The Way of the Dragon
Director:Bruce Lee

Cast:Bruce Lee, Huang Chung-hsin, Nora Miao, Chuck Norris

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Enter the Dragon
Director:Robert Clouse

Cast:Bruce Lee, Shih Kien, John Saxon, Roy Chao

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The Game of Death
Director:Robert Clouse

Cast:Bruce Lee, Colleen Camp, Sammo Hung, Dean Jagger, Gig Young

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The 34th Hong Kong International Film Festival Main Catalogue
With over 290 films from more than 50 countries, the 34th Hong Kong International Film Festival has become a hallmark on the international festival circuit. The Official Catalogue offers directors’ statements or interviews on each individual film screened at the Festival and is a priceless addition to any cineaste's bookshelf.

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Bruce Lee Lives
In remembrance of the 70th birthday of Bruce Lee, the HKIFF publishes this special catalogue BRUCE LEE LIVES, with interviews with Raymond Chow, Billy Chan and other filmmakers, and essays by film critics including Law Kar, Cheng Yu, Shu Kei, Sek Kei, Po Sharp, Bono Lee and Bryan Chang.

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