The Programme For The 10 Year Celebration of Helsinki Cine Aasia is Out

Celebrating its tenth anniversary the Helsinki Cine Aasia competition will as soon as once more current a collection of the most recent movies from East and South-East Asia. Together with higher identified movie international locations like Korea and Japan, this system additionally consists of movies from international locations just like the Philippines and Cambodia. Lots of the competition’s movies have been seen at worldwide festivals and have obtained awards. The opening movie is Anatomy of Time (2021) from Thailand, and altogether this system consists of 20 movies from eight totally different international locations.

Acquainted filmmakers
Japanese movie director Ogigami Naoko’s latest movie Riverside Mukolitta involves Helsinki Cine Aasia in Might. Ogigami turned well-known to the Finnish audiences along with her movie Kamome shokudō (2006) which was shot in a restaurant at Punavuori, Helsinki the place the story was additionally set. Ogigami has since turn out to be identified for the distinctive characters in her tales. Her newest go to to Finland was in 2019 throughout the retrospective of her works at Kino Regina, which was organized as a collaboration with Helsinki Cine Aasia. Her movie Lease-a-Cat (2012) was screened to a bought out viewers at Cinema Orion’s Cat Movie Day again in 2021. 

Helsinki Cine Aasia hosted Indonesian filmmaker Kamila Andini again in 2018 along with her movie The Seen and Unseen (2017) because the opening movie. This 12 months’s program consists of two movies from her. Yuni (2021) portrays the troublesome choises of a younger lady transferring in the direction of maturity, and the movie was awarded at Toronto Worldwide Movie Competition with the Platform Prize. Earlier than, Now & Then (Nana, 2022) had its premiere at Berlinale’s predominant Competitors Collection, and paints a powerful portrait of lady whose story is intertwined with the historical past of Indonesia.

Not your typical Mom’s Day
This 12 months’s program consists of eight movies from feminine filmmakers. The upcoming Mom’s Day affords a double characteristic at Cinema Orion on Might eighth with movies House with Two Ladies (2021, Korea) and Spring Tide (2019, China). Each movies comply with a narrative of very difficult mother-daughter relationships. 

Ticket sale begins on Thursday April twenty first
Screening passes and single tickets might be purchased on the competition’s web site from subsequent Thursday. In the course of the competition, tickets are additionally obtainable at our screening theaters: Kino Regina, Finnkino Kinopalatsi and Cinema Orion. The ticket sales space will open half-hour earlier than the primary screening of the day on the theater in query and stays open till the start of the final screening of the day. Single tickets value 11 euros. Screening go (5 tickets) 45 euros. Guardian & child screening ticket is 9 euros.

Leonor Will By no means Die

Aloners by Hong Sung-eun, South-Korea, 2021
Anatomy of Time by Jakrawal Nilthamrong, Thailand/France/Netherlands/Singapore, 2021
Anita by Longman Leung, Hong Kong, 2021
The House with Two Ladies by Kim Se-in, South-Korea, 2021
Earlier than, Now & Then by Kamila Andini, Indonesia, 2022
The E book of Fish by Lee Joon-ik, South-Korea, 2021
Graveyard of Youth by Okuda Yosuke, Japan, 2021
Intimate Stranger by Nakamura Mayu, Japan, 2021
Leonor Will By no means Die by Martika Ramirez Escobar, Philippines, 2022
My Small Land by Kawawada Emma, Japan, 2021
No one’s Lover by Han In-mi, South-Korea, 2021
On the Job: The Lacking 8 by Erik Matti, Philippines, 2021
Onoda: 10 000 Nights within the Jungle by Arthur Harari, France/Japan, 2021
Ripples of Life by Wei Shujun, China, 2021, 123min
Riverside Mukolitta by Ogigami Naoko, Japan, 2021, 120 min
Sanka: Nomads of the Mountains by Sasatani Ryohei, Japan, 2022, 77min
Anyone’s Flowers by Okuda Yusuke, Japan, 2021
Spring Tide by Yang Lina, China, 2019
White Constructing by Kavich Neang, Cambodia/France/China/Qatar, 2021
Yuni by Kamila Andini, Indonesia/Singapore, 2021

Dialogue: Chinese language Unbiased Cinema
Dialogue: The Golden Age and present state of Hong Kong tradition
Dialogue: Historical past and recognition of Korean popular culture in Finland
Dialogue: The position of Media in Philippines
Dialogue: WWII and Japanese Nationalism
Helsinki Cine Aasia Competition Membership – 10 years and counting!

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