The Wild Goose Lake

with Karen Fang

Apr 19, 2020, 07:00 PM Virtual Screening $12.00 Buy Tickets

After watching The Wild Goose Lake on Film Movement Plus, join us for a free virtual Q&A with film scholar and cultural critic Karen Fang and HCAS Artistic Director Jessica Green, in co-presentation with Asia Society Texas Center and HAAPI Film Festival. This event will be on the HCAS Facebook page through Facebook Live, and offered as a zoom link to those who request. Email admin @ cinemahtx.org to receive Zoom ID and password.

A gang leader on the run seeking redemption... A girl in trouble risking everything to gain her freedom... Both hunted on the hidden shores of The Wild Goose Lake. They set a deadly gamble for what may be their last day.

Country, Year China, 2020
DirectorDiao Yinan
WriterDiao Yinan
CastHu Ge, Gwei Lun Mei, Liao Fan, and Wan Qian
ProducerLi Li, Shen Yang
LanguageEnglish Subtitles, French, Mandarin
Runtime113 MINS, SECS
GenreNarrative
SubjectFilm
Event TypePanel
Special Guests

Karen Fang

Karen Fang is a film scholar and cultural critic who writes about visual and literary arts. She is the author of Arresting Cinema: Surveillance in Hong Kong Film, a juror and commentator for museums and film programs around the globe, and a contributor to the nationally broadcast public radio series Engines of Our Ingenuity. Karen’s newest project is a book about Bambi artist and Disney Legend Tyrus Wong. She is a Professor of English at The University of Houston, committee member for the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and on the board of the Houston Cinema Arts Society.