A selection of important Buddhist films will be screened in Delhi at ICCR from April 28 (Saturday) to May 1(Tuesday) 2012, after a gap of 17 years, when Netpac has screened them in 1995 for the first time. This festival is a follow-up to the International Buddhist Conclave held last year in November.
The films explore themes dealing with happiness, seeking peace and contentment, redemption, reconciliation, simplicity, forgiveness, generosity, helping the community, creativity, homour and personal transformation.
The Asia Pacific Screen Awards today announced that the Winner of the annual APSA NETPAC Development Prize is Filipino filmmaker Sheron R. Dayoc for his film Halaw (Ways of the Sea).
Designed to nurture outstanding talent in the region, a prize of US$5,000 is offered by APSA in collaboration with the Network for the Promotion of Asian Cinema (NETPAC). All films in competition for APSA are eligible.
The Netpac Award was won by the film:
Dwe Ji Ui Wang (The King of Pigs)
Sun Shaoyi (1961 - 13th Aug. 2019) It is with great sadness that we inform you of the demise of our senior NETPAC member, Prof SUN Shaoyi (孙绍谊) on 13th Aug 2019. Born in 1961, Prof. SUN Shaoyi did a Masters and a Ph.D from the University of Southern California (USC). He was Professor of Film and Media Studies at Shanghai Theater Academy (STA), taught Chinese film and literature at USC, University of California at Irvine, National Chung Hsing University (Taiwan), Shanghai University and New York University in Shanghai. Read More...