Veteran Australian director Rolf de Heer was among the four winners of film development bursaries from the Motion Picture Association. They are given out annually as part of the Asia Pacific Screen…
The tenth edition of the Asia Pacific Screen Awards gave out its prizes at a ceremony in Brisbane, Australia, on Thursday evening. BEST FEATURE FILM "Cold of Kalandar" (aka "Kalandar Sogugu") Turkey…
Turkish social drama "Cold of Kalandar" was the biggest winner at the 10th edition of the Asia Pacific Screen Awards. At a ceremony in Brisbane, Australia on Thursday "Kalandar" claimed the best…
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Two films each from Iran and from Turkey are nominated for best picture at the 10th edition of the Asia Pacific Screen Awards. "Daughter" and "Muhammad: Messenger of God" from Iran will compete with…
Three films premiering this week at the Busan Film Festival are among the five titles shortlisted by the Asia Pacific Screen Awards for the UNESCO-sponsored APSA Cultural Diversity Award. The three…
The U.K.'s Lord David Puttnam will head the jury at the 10th edition of the Asia Pacific Screen Awards. For the anniversary, other members of the jury are all former jury heads and include Busan…
The annual Asian Animation Summit will this year relocate to Brisbane, Australia. To be held Nov. 22-24 it will coincide with the Asia Pacific Screen Awards (Nov. 24) and the opening night of the…
"Cemetery of Splendour," by Thailand's auteur champion Apichatpong Weerasethakul, was named as best film at the Asia Pacific Screen Awards.
Hou Hsiao-hsien's "The Assassin" heads the contenders for the Asia Pacific Screen Awards.
Kim Dong-ho, co-founder and former chairman of the Busan festival, will head the jury that decides this year's Asia Pacific Screen Awards.
Celebrated Bangladesh director Mostofa Sarwar Farooki ("Television") and Iran's Jafar Panahi were among the recipients of $100,000 of bursaries.