KINO (Rotterdam, NL) presents: Taiwan New Wave: Lives Less Ordinary

Starting April 20th KINO (Rotterdam) presents Taiwan New Wave: Lives Less Ordinary and (re)introduce you to nine masterpieces. These classics have remained underseen in cinemas, so it’s high time we showcase them. Featuring films from the first and second wave. The opening film is Yang’s Taipei Story from 1985, with an introduction by programmer Züleyha Azman.

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Far East Film Festival FEFF26 – Udine

There are numerous ways to start a story, and the story of the Far East Film Festival 26 starts out by speaking the language of numbers.
This year, Fareasters will have the chance to enjoy 75 films (48 in competition and 27 not in competition) from 12 countries. More precisely, 11 world premieres (including those of the restored classics), 21 international premieres, 23 European premieres and 17 Italian premieres.

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Helsinki Cine Aasia 2020

Celebrating its eighth edition, Helsinki Cine Aasia is the only festival of contemporary Asian cinema in Finland. This year the festival hosts the Finnish premiere of 18 films from eight East and Southeast Asian countries. Helsinki Cine Aasia takes place from Thursday March 12 to Sunday March 15, 2020.
Helsinki Cine Aasia 2020 opens with the Tibetan film Balloon(Qi qiu, 2019).

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Taiwan Film Festival Sydney

Following a successful launch in 2018, the 2 nd Taiwan Film Festival in Sydney returns to Event Cinemas George Street from 25 to 28 July 2019. Fresh from film festivals and the Taiwanese box office, this year’s line-up offers 10 feature films, 4 Golden Horse Film Academy shorts and two independent short films. With a focus on abstraction in art and cinema, the program explores social themes and current issues to create a vivid snapshot of contemporary and traditional life in Taiwan.

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