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Busan International Short Film Festival to enter into the hub of Asian short films!

Feb 06, 2015
Busan International Short Film Festival (BISFF) becomes the first short film festival in the nation to join NETPAC, and second in the world following Bangladesh’s Dhaka International Short & Independent Film Festival. Comprised of 28 countries, 44 film festivals and about 150 members

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TRANSIT has won the NETPAC Award - New Breed Full-Length Category at 9th Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival, Philippines, July 26 - August 04 , 2013

Aug 18, 2013
"for its quiet, yet dramatic, treatment of a dilemma that places cultural identity at the heart of the migrant’s issue".

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Blogs - Feature Articles

Indie Filmmaker Creates Local Film Fund in Indonesia : Interview
By: Philip Cheah

May 13, 2015
Being invited as a NETPAC jury member for the 32nd Busan International Short Film Festival (BISFF, Apr 24-28 2015) was the first time during my 10-year short-filmmaking career, to attend a specialised short film festival. In addition, after working for 10 years in the Jogja-NETPAC Asian Film Festival (JAFF, Indonesia), it was the first time that I witnessed a film festival joining NETPAC and instituting its award.

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Blogs - Festival Reports

Bangalore International Film Festival
By: Latika Padgaonkar

Dec 19, 2014
Into its 7th edition, with 170 films and over 60 guests, the Bangalore International Film Festival (BIFFES, 4-11 Decvember 2014) has gradually swelled in scope and ambition.

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Exciting Opportunity for Asia Pacific Filmmakers

Nov 25, 2014 to Nov 26, 2014

The Griffith Film School (GFS), the Asia Pacific Screen Academy and NETPAC (Network for the Promotion of Asia Pacific Cinema) are pleased to announce the launch of the Asia Pacific Screen Lab (APSL). The Lab is an important development vehicle to enable film co-production across the 70 countries and areas of Asia Pacific. The Asia Pacific Screen Lab is a developmental laboratory for early career feature filmmakers from across Asia Pacific, who have typically made at least one feature film within the frame of their national cinema and are now ready for a larger international framework. NETPAC President, ArunaVasudev expressed her delight, saying "This was one of the primary aims when NETPAC first started its journey some 25 years ago and we are delighted that, with both the Griffith Film School and APSA, it is now going to be a reality." A call for submissions is now open with the selected projects to be announced during the Asia Pacific Screen Awards program of events in December 2014. Submission requirements and regulations can be found at www.griffith.edu.au/filmschool. Media Contact Griffith Film School Herman Van Eyken 0403 623 529 h.vaneyken@griffith.edu.au

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Inner Path - New Delhi - 3rd Edition

Nov 21, 2014 to Nov 24, 2014

The third edition of ‘The Inner Path’, a festival of art, films and discourse infused by the Buddhist philosophy, is going to take place from the 21st to 24th of November, 2014, at Alliance Francaise, New Delhi. In continuance of the traditions established at the previous editions of the festival, the affair will combine an artist’s camp, panel discussions and screenings of films from around the world to provide a holistic purview of the modern developments in Buddhism.

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