The greater Chicagoland area is home to over 50 independent film festivals, ranging from one-day student showcases to multi-week extravaganzas. The Film Festival Symposium will bring together leaders, board members, and staff from these various festivals to hold an industry-wide discussion addressing shared challenges and opportunities. How must film festivals evolve in order to meet the demands of 21st-century audiences?
A world-class international film festival to celebrate South-east Asian movies. Kuching is the perfect venue for a film festival as it is cultural and serene, picturesque and historic while its people are friendly and warm. Whether you are a local or a visitor, filmmaker or film fan or just want to soak in the atmosphere, mark your calender for AIFFA
Founded in by producer Anita Lee and journalist Andrew Sun, this non-profit community-based festival has grown into an eagerly anticipated annual event that attracts thousands of attendees to 10 exciting days of galas, screenings, forums, workshops and parties. Reel Asian is a not-for-profit charitable cultural organization that advocates for Asian representation through media arts. Reel Asian proves that East is best — a generous serving of cinematic sensations — Eye Weekly.
Call for Applicants? Find all the questions and answers about the application process, Pitch Clinic, and Live Pitch Finale on our website. Applications close on August FIRE is a landmark film marking the first mainstream Bollywood production to explicitly portray a lesbian love relationship.
When Phaim 22 years old falls madly in love with the liberated Asia, he panics. According to his traditional parents, he must marry a Bengali woman, and according to Islam, sex before marriage is a sin. This is a clash of cultures which is an everyday reality for many second-generation immigrants.
Through his interaction with the locals, the film portrays the traditions and lifestyle of the Bai minority and the impact of modern China on them. Boccio said that the Asian film festival presented by Asian Pop-Up Cinema is expanding and it is the first time for documentary films to be included in this season. Rohsenow said the documentary records the traditional rituals to worship gods, and events like funeral and wedding, which are all very authentic.
It has been held annually for three years since its founding in Over the last three years, the BJIFF has accumulatively attracted over ten thousand invited guests and millions of attendees. Launched inJeonju International Film Festival is one of the biggest Asian film festivals and the most important supporter of experimental and adventurous projects in Korea.
It features an entertaining and thought-provoking line-up of independent films that offer a rare window into a billion South Asian lives in the sub-continent right now. Widow of Silence. She spends her days working, looking after her family and trying to obtain a death certificate for her husband who had been taken away by the police and presumed dead.
It deals with a full-length film from South Korea about the past Winter Olympics thanks to which new relations between the two Korean nations were initiated, bringing closer strategies and setting the basis for a new phase. It will be concluded with a Kendo demonstration, a Japanese origin martial art, which will be offered to the general public on Wednesday, 5 th of June. Effort culture in Japanese sport.