Asian Cinerama - programme
Asian Cinerama – Asian Film Awards Academy Film Roadshow
12th Five Flavours Asian Film Festival continues to collaborate with AFA Academy, curating the section comprised of six major films from the Asian Film Awards and bringing them to the Polish audience in Warsaw.
The Asian Film Awards Academy (AFA Academy) is a multifaceted institution that aims at developing regional film industries and markets in Asia, but also promotes Asian cinema globally, enhances visibility and influence, giving the international audiences an opportunity to see outstanding works by Asian talents that were nominated or awarded at the Asian Film Awards.
A flagship program of this initiative is "Asian Cinerama - Film Roadshows" created in partnership with film festivals all around the world. 12th Five Flavours Asian Film Festival continues to collaborate with AFA Academy, curating the section comprised of six major films from the Asian Film Awards and bringing them to the Polish audience in Warsaw.
At this year’s Five Flavours, Asian Cinerama invites several guests to present Asian Cinerama to the local cinephiles – Chan Tai-lee, the "Ip Man" series script writer, who comes to the festival with his directorial debut, "Tomorrow Is Another Day", and Kiki Fung - Hong Kong International Film Festival programer.
Apart from film screenings, Five Flavours holds annual Asian Academy - series of lectures given by academic researchers, university professors and film professionals. This year one of the topics is related to Asian Film Awards, future, past and present state of Hong Kong cinema. Lecture entitled "Creative Fusion: Co-productions between China and Hong Kong" will be given by Kiki Fung, who has broad experience curating film events in Hong Kong and Brisbane, Australia.
Asian Cinerama at the 12th Five Flavours Film Festival is financially supported by Create Hong Kong and the Film Development Fund of the Hong Kong SAR Government.
South Korea 2017, 129’
Japan 2017, 123’
China 2017, 120’
Hong Kong 2017, 101’
Hong Kong 2017, 91’
China 2017, 136’