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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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The Bit Player (Ekstra) has won the NETPAC Award - Director’s Showcase Category at 9th Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival, Philippines, July 26 - August 04 , 2013

Aug 18, 2013
"for its comedic but insightful and touching treatment of a day in a life of a movie bit player, seamless woven in the production of a TV soap opera".

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Blogs - Feature Articles

By: Max Tessier

Sep 29, 2014
Even though it is not yet systematic in the Philippines, because of the lack of material and the weak public interest in the past, some real film historians, scholars and cinephiles work in the shadows to pay homage to a few directors and actors of the faraway "Golden Age" of Filipino Cinema.

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Blogs - Festival Reports

How Cinemalya can cope with its own success
By: Max Tessier

Oct 05, 2014
The much expected Cinemalaya festival, held at the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) and Ayala malls from August 1 to 10, celebrated its tenth anniversary with panache.

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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. The Lab will take advantage of the incredible talent of screen professionals that gather each year in Brisbane for the Asia Pacific Screen Awards (APSA). Accomplished members of the Asia Pacific Screen Academy will mentor each project over the development period. Executive Chairman of the Asia Pacific Screen Awards and its Academy, Mr Michael Hawkins states,“The most valuable asset that APSA has is its Academy. We are in a unique and privileged position to determine how best to use this body of talent to support and nurture the new breed of Asia Pacific filmmakers coming through.” Film Director of APSA Maxine Williamson states that the Academy has over “600 imminent filmmakers of Asia Pacific –the top of the class. They are a group of filmmakers that we can access, invite to Australia, to hold master-classes and workshops. Asia Pacific has some of the world's most innovative filmmakers and that superior knowledge has to date not been tapped.” The Asia Pacific Screen Lab is an immersive year-long program to accelerate global export of Asia Pacific creative screen content and creative products to strengthen its creative entrepreneur’s capacity for success. Relevant experts will hold incubator and accelerator workshops from Europe, US and the Asia Pacific in the areas of screenwriting and development, direction and (co)production. The Asia Pacific Screen Lab (APSL

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The Inner Path - New Delhi - 2nd Edition

Sep 06, 2013 to Sep 10, 2013

The Second Edition of 'The Inner Path', a Festival of Buddhism, through Films and Art and Philosophy organised by the NETPAC INDIA (in Association with the Asoka Mission will be held in New Delhi from 6-10 September 2013 at ICCR, Azad Bhawan.

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