"0.5 mm" wins the 9th Five Flavours, "Siti" receives the Special Mention
The main award of the 9th edition of the Festival goes to "0.5 mm" directed by Momoko Ando. People's Jury also awarded a Special Mention to "Siti" directed by Eddie Cahyono.
Monday: Taiwanese wuxia masterpieces
One of the highlights of the fifth day of Five Flavours is a Taiwanese evening with King Hu's films at the Kino Muranow cinema.
Just added! Extra screening of "The Assassin"
The latest film from Hou Hsiao-hsien, "The Assassin", is proving so popular at the 9th Five Flavours that an extra screening is scheduled at Kino Muranow cinema, on Sunday, 15th November, at 22:15.
A variety of events on the second day of Five Flavours
The second day of the festival offers a variety of film screenings, lectures, and meetings with filmmakers. We start at 14:00.
3, 2, 1... the 9th Five Flavours starts today!
The 9th edition of Five Flavours Film Festival starts tonight with the European premiere of the digitally restored "A Better Tomorrow" directed by one and only John Woo.
Guests of the 9th Five Flavours
Five Flavours involves not only great Asian films but is also proud to host filmmakers who visit Warsaw to meet the festival audience and present their works.
Chen Shiang-chyi honoured at the 51st Golden Horse Awards
Chen Shiang-chyi was named the best actress at the 51st Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival. She earned the Golden Horse Award for her performance in "Exit" directed by Chienn Hsiang. The title was presented also at the 8th Five Flavours.
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.