Taiwanese feature "Exit" wins 8th Five Flavours Film Festival!
People's Jury chose the best films of the 8th Five Flavours New Asian Cinema competition section! The main award goes to Chienn Hsiang's debut "Exit," Special Mention to Hitoshi One's "Be My Baby." Audience Award for Best Horror feature goes to Sion Sono's "Why Don't You Play in Hell?"
We present the program of the 8th edition of Five Flavours
Everying is clear now. We present the program of this year's edition of Five Flavours.
Made in HK. Films from Hong Kong at Five Flavours
Ann Hui's epic "The Golden Era," the bloody "Rigor Mortis" by Juno Mak, the return of Johnnie To and Jiang Wen's stunning "Let the Bullets Fly".
This year's Five Flavours People's Jury announced
Selection was not easy, but finally we chose 11 cinema enthusiasts who will come to Warsaw and between 12th and 20th November to become the Jury of Five Flavours Film Festival.
Waiting for Five Flavours: Appetizers at Luna cinema
In October we invite you to Luna cinema for five Appetizers – five Asian films selected to prepare the audience for what's coming in November.
Ghosts, Zombie, Yakuza... Great Japanese filmmakers about to terrify us!
The most terrifying night of the year, awaited by horror cinema fans, this time will be taken over by the most prominent contemporary Japanese directors. Come to Muranów cinema for this special event, made up of three uncompromising films by artists who know all about fear!
16th Taipei Film Festival: features, documentaries, and the Polish Focus
Taipei Film Festival is a celebration of Taiwanese cinema. In its diverse sections, the Festival presents also non-Taiwanese films, which this year include over 30 titles from Poland.
Udine Far East Film Festival: A Strong Representation from the Philippines
This year, the Udine Audience Awards went to a Japanese war super-production The Eternal Zero (dir. Takashi Yamazaki), a Korean courtroom drama The Attorney (dir. Yang Woo-seok), and a small, intimate Barber's Tale (dir. Jun Robles Lana) from the Philippines.
Udine 16. Far East Film Festival: Japan
The golden era of the samurai cinema and the monster movie is probably over, and the buzz around J-horrors is subsiding, but Japanese cinema can still give birth to unique forms, found nowhere else in the world.
Udine 16. Far East Film Festival: The Raid 2 and the Fighting Lolitas
The Festival in Udine is a celebration of popular cinema. For the 16th time, this small Italian town hosts the biggest blockbusters from East Asian screens – gangster films, comedies, horrors, melodramas, and a wide range of variations on those and other genres.
64th Berlinale #2: Asian panorama
This year's Panorama section, which presents the most intriguing author cinema from all over the world, included several exciting proposals from Asia.
64th Berlinale #1: Nuoc (2013) – oceanic science fiction
Nguyen-Vo Nghien-Minh's film opened the Berlin Panorama section, which presents the most interesting developments in the world auteur cinema.