Paperclip wins Dragons and Tigers in Vancouver
Kore-eda wins audience award
Fallible eyes Bright Future in Rotterdam
Dutch festival finalises new director selection
Asian films return to NYFF
New York festival opens with Life of Pi
Locarno honours widely spread
Asian winners across multiple festival sections
Locarno headlines Asian indies
Tributes to Jeonju, Kawase, To
Rotterdam claims Asian trio
First titles selected are all first features
Busan splits New Currents awards
Ceremony was soggy, but spirits were lively
Vancouver shines on Sun
Special Mentions to Baby Factory and Recreation
Vancouver champions Chinese female directors
Documentaries and omnibus films also highlighted
Films with pedigree compete for Dragon & Tigers
Vancouver competition includes three from Philippines
World wins Vancouver prize
Young Japanese film-maker touches jury
Bong, Jia and Côté form Vancouver's Asian jury
Dragons & Tigers competition announces eight from first-time directors
NE Asia dominates Dragon & Tigers competition
By Stephen Cremin
Mon, 17 September 2012, 17:45 PM (HKT)
Eight Asian films will compete in the Dragons & Tigers Award for Young Cinema competition at the 31st Vancouver International Film Festival (27 Sep — 12 Oct 2012).
Two of the films are world premieres, "philosophical puzzle" Moksha: The World or I, How Does that Work? 모크샤... 나는 혹은 세상은 어떻게 작동하는가 from South Korea and political satire Emperor Visits The Hell 唐皇游地府 from China.
Also included are two films from this year's Locarno Film Festival | Festival del film Locarno, Chinese family drama Memories Look at Me 記憶望著我 and Indonesian road movie Peculiar Vacation and Other Illnesses Vakansi yang janggal dan penyakit lainnya.
From South Korea are 3-D thriller A Fish 물고기 (2011) (from last year's Busan International Film Festival 부산국제영화제, showing in 2-D) and A Mere Life 벌거숭이 (pictured, from the recent Cinema Digital Seoul Film Festival).