Straight from Taipei: Taiwanese Films at 8th Five Flavours Film Festival
In the capital of Taiwan, Taipei Film Festival is coming to an end. Straight from there, we reveal three titles of Taiwanese pictures from the program of the 8th edition of Five Flavours. The screenings will be the Polish premieres of the films.
8th Five Flavours brings focus on Queer Asia
This year's Focus takes a closer look on LGBTQ issues in Asian countries.
7th Five Flavours nominated for Polish Film Institute Awards
7th edition of Five Flavours Film Festival (4-11th November, 2013) received a nomination for the Polish Film Institute Awards (Nagrody PISF) in International Film Festival category.
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.
Happy New Year of the Horse!
Five Flavours' Team Wishes You Happy New Year of the Horse!
Five Flavours among Twitch's 10 best festivals of 2013
Five Flavours Film Festival found its way to a prestigious group of best 10 international film festivals of 2013 selected by Twitchfilm.com. It was placed next to Cannes IFF, Rotterdam IFF or Toronto IFF.
Wong Kar-wai's "The Grandmaster" goes for the Oscars
The latest film by Wong Kar-Wai was chosen as the Hong Kong Oscar entry for the Best Foreign Language Film.
Asian cinema awarded in Toronto
Two Asian films - Sion Sono's "Why Don't You Play in Hell" and Anum Singh's "Qissa" - received awards at the 38th Toronto IFF.