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Patrick Tam (film director)

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Patrick Tam Kar Ming (Chinese: 譚家明; pinyin: Tán Jiāmíng; born March 25, 1948) is a Hong Kong film director and film editor. He is known as the mentor of Wong Kar-wai.[1][2]

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Career

Tam directed the 1987 film Final Victory, scripted by Wong Kar-wai. He edited Wong Kar-wai's Days of Being Wild, contributing the cameo appearance of Tony Leung Chiu-Wai in the last scene, and Ashes of Time, as well as Johnnie To's Election.

As part of Hong Kong's New Wave of film directors in the late 1970s and 1980s, Tam's work enjoys great acclaim. According to Hong Kong film critic Perry Lam, writing in Muse magazine, '[Tam's] unpredictable digressions and swift changes of scene can evoke a dreamer's logic, but his sound and images are always sharp and particular.'[3]

Tam is now associate professor of School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong.

Filmography

See also

References

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2015-07-10. Retrieved 2015-07-09.
  2. ^ http://psof-lasalle.com/2012/07/wong-kar-wai-an-exploration-of-a-directors-obsession-with-lost-time-and-love-by-shane-mok/
  3. ^ Lam, Perry (September 2008). "Eye-openers". Muse Magazine (20): 116.

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Johnnie To
for Election
Hong Kong Film Award for Best Director
2007
for After This Our Exile
Succeeded by
Awards suspended
Preceded by
Yau Nai-Hoi, Yip Tin-Shing
for Election
Hong Kong Film Award for Best Screenplay
2007
for After This Our Exile
Succeeded by
Awards suspended
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