The Wild Goose Lake
with Karen Fang
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|
|Cast||Hu Ge, Gwei Lun Mei, Liao Fan, and Wan Qian|
|Producer||Li Li, Shen Yang|
|Language||English Subtitles, French, Mandarin|
|Runtime||113 MINS, SECS|
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.