Stanley Tong est un Acteur, Réalisateur, Scénariste, Producteur et Chorégraphe des arts martiaux Chinois né le 7 avril 1960 à Hong Kong (Chine)
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Nationalité ChineNaissance 7 avril 1960
(59 ans) à Hong Kong (Chine
Stanley Tong (Chinese: 唐季禮; pinyin: Táng Jìlǐ); is a Hong Kong film director, producer, action choreographer, screenwriter, entrepreneur and philanthropist.
Tong started his film career in 1979 by working behind the scenes. Since then, he had worked for different film companies and TV channels. In 1990, Tong directed his first self-funding film Stone Age Warriors（魔域飞龙）. The film received high praises from some famous film critics, which attracted the attention of Hong Kong Golden Harvest Entertainment Company. Tong was then invited to join the company as a film director.
Tong is very well known for his action movies. Working closely with Jackie Chan, who is now an international movie star and a Chinese culture icon, Stanley directed some very popular movies in 1990s. Police Story 3: Super Cop （警察故事3：超级警察）in 1992 broke the box office records in many Asian countries and received nomination for Best Film of the Taiwan Golden Horse Awards (the Taiwan version of the Academy Awards). Tong’s following action movies such as Rumble in the Bronx（红番区）, Police Story 4: First Strike（警察故事4：简单任务）, etc., also created significant box office records. First Strike set a record of HK$57,518,795 among the Chinese language films released in Hong Kong in 1996. Since then, the record had not been broken until 2001.The release of Rumble in the Bronx in the United States became the beginning of Jackie Chan’s fame in Hollywood and later at the rest of the world.
According to IMDb , he customarily attempts stunts himself before asking actors to risk themselves. For example, Jackie Chan's leap from a parking garage roof to a fire escape in Rumble in the Bronx and the finale of Stone Age Warriors.
During his stay in Hollywood, Tong also created some popular TV series such as Mr. Magoo (脱线先生)(1996) and Martial Law (film) (过江龙)(1998), both receiving best drama ratings in the nation.
In 2000, Tong returned to Shanghai, in hopes to inspire the future generation of filmmakers in China. After his long presence away from home, Tong directed his first film in his homeland, China Strike Force (film) (雷霆战警)(2000). In 2005, Tong worked as the writer and director for film The Myth (film) (神话)(2005). In the same year, Tong wrote and directed Asia's first animation film, Dragon Blood (film) (2005) .
In recent years, Tong produced a number of TV dramas including The Myth (film) (2010), Just Love you (film) (偏偏爱上你)(2012), The Patriot Yue Fei (film) (精忠岳飞)(2013) and film Chinese Zodiac (film) (十二生肖)(2012) .
Apart from filmmaking, Tong has been active with charity work both in USA and China. He also works as guest lecturers all over the country to help cultivate the nation's future filmmakers.
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