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The Busan International Film Festival Awards  NETPAC  for its 25th Anniversary

Aditya Tuesday October 13, 2015
The 20th Busan International Film Festival selected The Network for the Promotion of Asian Cinema (NETPAC) as the recipient of the Achievement Award to celebrate its 25th anniversary. Celebrating NETPAC’s contribution for 25 years, Busan International Film Festival invited the founder and president of NETPAC, Aruna Vasudev to receive the award during the Festival.
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Call for Asia Pacific Screen Lab project submissions 2015-2016

Aditya Saturday July 18, 2015
NETPAC Team composed of Philip Cheah, Park Ki Yong and Herman Van Eyken would like to call for project submissions for the 2nd Asia Pacific Screen Lab aimed at emerging screenwriters, directors and producers from the Asia Pacific Region. The focus is on stories exploring an Asia Pacific identity, to be developed into feature length screen content, be it fiction, documentary or animation.
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Busan International Short Film Festival to enter into the hub of Asian short films!

Aditya Friday February 6, 2015

Joining The Network for the Promotion of Asian Cinema (NETPAC) 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, NETPAC was founded in 1990, beginning with seminars regarding Asian Films in Cinemaya, a quarterly publication about Asian films. Aside from hosting 
 

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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

Aditya Sunday August 18, 2013
social-realist drama-comedy film, it follows a seemingly usual day in the life of LOIDA MALABANAN (Vilma Santos)      as she embarks on yet another shooting day of a soap opera as an extra. As the shoot goes on, we get a glimpse of the   truth in the ruling system of the production as well as the exploitation on the marginal laborers like her.

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

Aditya Sunday August 18, 2013
The film begins and ends in an airport during a father and son’s transit flight from Tel Aviv to Manila.  It tells the story of     Moises, a Filipino single-dad working as a care giver in Herzliya, Israel, who comes home to his apartment in Tel Aviv to     celebrate his son Joshua’s 4th birthday. It was on that day that Moises, together with their Filipino     neighbors Janet, and     her daughter Yael, find out that the Israeli government is going to deport children of foreign     workers.  Afraid of the new     law, Moises and Janet decide to hide their children from the immigration police by making them stay inside the house.

Congratulations Bong Joon Ho

Congratulations to Bong Joon-ho TXmvGYanrJgMzRNgaSEK The victory of Parasite by Bong Joon-ho, at the 92nd Academy Awards (aka the Oscars), is a clear sign of global change. The history of cinema is being written on our eyes! For the first time, the most prestigious cinema awards were given to one film - the Palme d'Or at the 2019 Cannes Film festival, the Best Asian film at the Asia Pacific Screen Awards and the Oscars. For the first time, we see such unanimous acclaim of one film. Read More...