China's Van Goghs wins Netpac award for best film at 40th Moscow International Film Festival
Asia Pacific Screen Lab - Griffith Film School
Dhaka DocLab - A South Asian Platform for Documentary Project Market
KIM Ji-seok, the Deputy Director of Busan International Film Festival, died at 57
An Obituary for Abbas Kiarostami
2nd Asia Pacific Screen Lab (Jan 11-16 2016, in Singapore)
QCinema 2015: Third Time's a Charm
Busan: Japan's Studio Ghibli Named Asian Filmmaker of the Year
NETPAC (Network for the Promotion of Asian Cinema) is a worldwide organization founded in 1990 by Aruna Vasudev as the result of a conference organized in New Delhi by Cinemaya, The Asian Film Quarterly, at the request of UNESCO, to promote a greater understanding and appreciation of Asian films and filmmakers at a time when Asian cinema was just coming into its own but was relatively unknown regionally and internationally. Cinemaya, launched independently by Aruna Vasudev in 1988, had already paved the way.
Immortal Film Review
SAMIRA MAKHMALBAF’S BLACKBOARDS
KENJI MIZOGUCHI’S SANSHO THE BAILIFF
REVIEW: Thithi by Raam Reddy (India, 120 min, 2015)
NETPAC Award Winners at 3rd Qcinema International Film Festival, Oct 22-31 2015
Moscow International Film Festival (MIFF)
Bangaluru Festival Report
19th JEONJU INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL (2018)
22nd IFFK in Trivandrum, Kerala: A Trip into World Cinema and Malayalam Specificities.
TORONTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL: 7 – 17 September 2017
On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of NETPAC, NETPAC India, in collaboration with India International Centre, New Delhi and with the support of UNESCO, New Delhi, held a series of film screenings of NETPAC Award winning films at the India International Centre (IIC).