Q&A with Director Kar Wai Wong, Tony Leung, and Ziyi Zhang

When did Ip Man first come into your life?
Kar Wai: In 1998, I had a chance to meet with the family of the Grandmaster Ip Man. And they showed me a short film of him – which you can find on YouTube now. His son recorded it just a few days before Ip Man passed away. And you can see that it’s almost like a home movie; he’s very sick and quite thin.

Outworld – Directed by Niav Conty

Luis is living out an idyllic fantasy in an online video game; his hunky avatar is happily married and with a newborn baby. One day, Luis’s real wife Anna insists that he choose between reality and fantasy. Will Luis choose Anna, and abandon his avatar wife and child? His emotions hover in some state of limbo between the real world and the virtual. A love triangle revolved around fantasy, commitment and identity.

Legend of the Flying Tomato – Directed by Sharon Huang, Aurry Tan, and Michael Yates

Once a victim of bullying, Frida finds a hero in the legendary luchador El Pirana. However she finds herself at her lowest once more when she’s ridiculed during the biggest wrestling match of her life. Through an unexpected meeting with a mysterious taco salesman, Frida learns that she must find strength in herself to overcome her demons.