Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Asia Film Financing Forum

Asia Film Financing Forum

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The Hong Kong - Asia Film Financing Forum (HAF) has announced its selection of 25 Asian film projects. With veteran and up-and-coming filmmakers from all across Asia participating, HAF is a co-production market that brings together filmmakers and financiers with a mission to facilitate co-productions and co-ventures.

Organized by the Hong Kong International Film Festival Society (HKIFFS) and co-organized by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) and the Hong Kong, Kowloon & New Territories Motion Picture Industry Association Ltd. (MPIA), the Hong Kong - Asia Film Financing Forum will take place from 20 - 22 March 2007 at the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre, opening with the Hong Kong International Film Festival and Asia's leading entertainment market, Hong Kong FILMART. HAF expects to welcome approximately 600 film professionals comprising of international film financiers, bankers, producers, buyers, film funding bodies and distributors.

.25 Film Projects selected for HAF 2007 (20 - 22 March 2007)
.Project selection comprises of a mixture of local and Asian projects from 8 territories

To download the Hong Kong - Asia Film Financing Forum (HAF) Project Book : here
To see the list of the 25 film projects : here
To name a few :
At The End of Daybreak (HO Yuhang, Malaysia)
Bema's Tear (Francis Ng, HK/Mainland China)
Blown by The Typhoon (YING Liang, Mainland China)
The Good, the Bad and the Weird (KIM Jee-Woon, South Korea)
The Last Hour (Lou Ye, Mainland China)
Night-fragrant Flower (KORE-EDA Hirokazu, Japan)
Now Showing (PANG Ho Cheung, HK)
One Night in Beijing (Zhang Yuan, Mainland China)
Palace Days (Xu Jinglei, Mainland China)
Romance of the Three Kingdoms: Red Rose and White Rose (Mabel Cheung, HK)
Shuang Xiong Hui (Jia Zhangke, HK/Mainland China)
Tea of the Desert (LU Yue, Mainland China)
Tokyo Sonata (KUROSAWA Kiyoshi, Japan/Hong Kong/The Netherlands)

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