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Saturday, 23 November 2019 00:00

Aurora won NETPAC Award at the 14th Jogja-NETPAC Asian Film Festival 

 

Dates of the festival: 19-23.11.2019

Place: Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Aurora made by Bekzat Pirmatov (Kyrgyzstan) was shown at the Asian Feature Competitive program

Festival jury members - NETPAC Award: Paul Agusta (Indonesia), Gulbara Tolomushova (Kyrgyzstan), John Torres (Philippines)

About NETPAC Award: A film by Asian director who shows important contributions to the new Asian cinema movement will get the NETPAC Award from Network for the Promotion of Asia Pacific Cinema (NETPAC).

 

Festival jury members - NETPAC Award: Paul Agusta (Indonesia),
Gulbara Tolomushova (Kyrgyzstan), John Torres (Philippines)
 
Jury notes:
 
Such succes in blending various medium of storytelling with the support of a highly personal story results in a powerful emotional film that is universal felt, delivers the NETPAC Award for Nakorn-Sawan by Puangsoi Aksornsawang from Thailand.
 
NETPAC Award goes to Aurora made by Bekzat Pirmatov from Kyrgyzstan for the unique non-linear structure of storytelling that exposes complex societal problems.
 
 
 
 
 
Info about Aurora in kyrgyzcinema.com: here
 
 

JAFF is a premier Asian film festival in Indonesia that aims to nurture the idea that Asian cinema should be an organic part of Asian society. As themed film festival, we choose “Revival” as festival theme this year. This theme highlights Asians are realizing that they have much more to learn from one another than from the West therefore Asians must now decide to what extent Western legacies will be Asianized and what elements of Asian history will be recovered. However, Asia should be capable of addressing complex 21st century challenges at the intersection of geopolitical turbulence, economic volatility, social inequality, technological disruption, and environmental fragility.

 

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