CinemAsia Filmfestival Amsterdam
Amsterdam, the Netherlands - CinemAsia is an annual film festival that dedicates itself to broadening the horizons of the Dutch public and the Dutch film industry in regards to contemporary Asian cinema by offering them a selection of the best commercial and art house films Asia has to offer. The festival focuses not only on culture and entertainment, but also strives to provide a creative platform for Asian filmmakers. Far East Film Festival Udine
Udine, Italy - The Film Festival for popular Asian cinema. Aim of the Festival – To encourage and develop the understanding and appreciation of East Asian popular filmmaking amongst European and Italian audiences. – To contribute to the commercial distribution of Asian films across European and Italian markets. – To study and research the historical attributes of Asian filmmaking through retrospectives organised with the cooperation of Asian film archives and government agencies. – To create a mutually beneficial exchange between Asian and European filmmaking companies. Golden Horse Taipei
Taipei, Taiwan - Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival (TGHFF) is the largest film festival in Taiwan. Starting in 1980 as a non-competitive showcase, TGHFF aims at introducing prominent cinema from around the world, in order to promote cinema as an art form and to enhance intercultural understanding through cinema. Critically acclaimed filmmakers who have visited TGHFF throughout the years include Abbas Kiarostami, Hal Hartley, Atom Egoyan, Olivier Assayas, François Ozon, Theo Angelopoulos, Krzysztof Zanussi, Jean-Pierre Dardenne & Luc Dardenne, Nicolas Winding Refn, Cristian Mungiu, Denis Villeneuve, Isabelle Huppert, Leos Carax. Renowned Asian filmmakers such as Nagisa Oshima, Morita Yoshimitsu, Kiyoshi Kurosawa, Yasmin Ahmad, Shunji Iwai, Kim Ki-duk, Lee Chang-dong, Hirokazu Koreeda, Brillante Mendoza, and Apichatpong Weerasethakul also have attended the festival. Hong Kong International Film Festival (HKIFF)
Hong Kong - The Hong Kong International Film Festival Society (HKIFFS) is a charitable, non-profit and non-governmental organisation dedicated to the discovery and promotion of creativity in the art and culture of film. Vancouver Taiwanese Filmfestival
Vancouver, Canada - Vancouver Taiwanese Film Festival (TWFF), started in 2007, is an annual non-profit arts and cultures initiative, and has become the largest film festival focusing on Taiwanese cinema in America. Over the past years, TWFF has presented more than 100 Taiwanese films and invited many filmmakers to Vancouver. We have received widespread supports in recognition of our continuous efforts in contributing to the diversity and enrichment of Canada's multiculturalism and promoting inter-cultural understanding.