HOPING CHEN
Film Editor
contact: chen.hoping@gmail.com












Now in UK cinemas May 2014



















The Camera d'Or winner of 66th Festival de Cannes


Fiction feature/ 99 minutes Directed by Anthony Chen






Screenings


World Premiere at the Director's Fortnight, 66th Cannes Film Festival, 15 May - 26 May

May 19, 9:00 AM @ Theatre Croisette
May 19, 5:00 PM @ Theatre Croisette (Official Premiere)
May 21, 2:00 PM @ Arcades 2 (Market Screening)













THE BETRAYAL


just won the Royal Television Society (RTS)
Best Postgraduate Factual Award

“A remarkable and unsentimental personal journey back into a deeply troubled past that was both highly compelling and moving. It was told with an integrity of style and direction, allowing the gradual unfolding of a narrative that gripped the viewer."




Sky Arts Best Student Documentary, Grierson 2012

Chairman Christopher Hird commenting that the great accomplishment of the winning film, was that “it was structurally sound, felt confessional without being self-indulgent and had a strong sense of time and place.”



Winner of New Nordic Voices Award 2012
The Sheffield Student Doc Award 2012
Best Student Documentary IDFA 2011




IDFA 2011 JURY REPORT

"The filmmaker is on a path of redemption after betraying her family, friends and beliefs. The personal soul-searching story offers a relevant and powerful glimpse of a politically divided Norway. Although the film maybe lacked the technical polish of some of the others, it approaches its subject with a raw energy, and we applaud the filmmaker for her extraordinary courage in taking us with her on a journey for forgiveness. We congratulate this brave director on a powerful, touching and truly captivating film. "




















On Landguard Point


Director Robert Pacitti Edited by Hoping Chen


Trailer
On Landguard Point Teaser from Pacitti Company on Vimeo.

















"Hello, My Name is Olga" (Je m'appelle Olga)

screened on ARTE 1 Aug, 2012



Link to ARTE
Following on from its recent screening in Poitiers
Hello, My Name Is Olga directed by Tatiana Korol;
produced by Philipp Zakrzewski has been selected for the Oscar qualifying Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival,
the largest film festival in the world that is dedicated solely to short films. Over 5700 films were submitted to Clermont-Ferrand and only 75 have been selected in the International Competition.

Edited by Hoping Chen


Trailer























Graceland


Directed by Rob Petit Edited by Hoping Chen

A phone call in the middle of the night reunites Ray with his missing daughter, Emily. What has she been doing for a year? Why did she leave? And who is Beckett, the man who brought a dozen missing children together and then vanished? These are questions that will lead Ray to discover unsettling truths about what his daughter has become, and how far he must go to get her back.

Graceland (Teaser) from Rob Petit on Vimeo.
















Under The Cranes

Directed by Emma-Louise Williams, produced by Michael Rosen

Edited by Hoping Chen






















PRECIPICE
Writer/Director Julius Amedume
The Pan African Film Festival Board of Directors Award for Best Short Film
The African Movie Academy Award (AMAA) for Best Diaspora Short Film

Edited by Hoping Chen




















The film "Hotel 66"

Writer/Director Anthony Chen
Edited by Hoping Chen



















September 19, 2011

The Films of Edward Yang

i-D Online interview by Joe Cohen



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The Book <30個故事 巴黎電影散步地圖>
(30 Stories - Cinematic Walks in Paris) is about a journey in search of the locations of films shot in the last century in Paris. It was published on 1st September 2010 in Taiwan.


written/photgraphed by Hoping Chen



















































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