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Awards

For uploading award winning film information

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English Title1 Name of Festival Festival Month Festival Year Jury Members Award Director Citation
All Under the Moon Berlin International Film Festival, Young Forum February 1994

Aruna Vasudev
Jeannette Paulson
Hiroko Govaeras

NETPAC Award Yoichi Sai for the dexterity and humour with which it confronts serious social and cultural issues.
Shackles Berlin International Film Festival, Young Forum February 1994

Aruna Vasudev
Jeannette Paulson
Hiroko Govaeras

Special Mention Nansalmaagin Uranchimeg for the extreme delicacy of its handling of the little boys and the universal code it reveals.
The Servile International Film Festival of Rotterdam January 1995 NETPAC Award Adoor Gopalakrishnan
Elephant Song Berlin International Film Festival, Young Forum February 1995 NETPAC Award (Ex-Aqueo) Go Riju
Undo Berlin International Film Festival, Young Forum February 1995 NETPAC Award (Ex-Aqueo) Shunji Iwai
Nostalgia for Countryland International Film Festival of Rotterdam January 1996 NETPAC Award (Ex-Aqueo) Dang Nhat Minh
Heartbreak Island International Film Festival of Rotterdam January 1996 NETPAC Award (Ex-Aqueo) Hsu Hsiao Ming
And the Moon Dances Berlin International Film Festival, Young Forum February 1996 NETPAC Award Garin Nugroho
Heaven-6-Box Berlin International Film Festival, Young Forum February 1996 Special Mention Hiroyuki Oki
Three Friends Busan International Film Festival October 1996 NETPAC Award Yim Soon-Rye for its delicate balance between lighthearted comedy and realist drama making it a moving portrait of Korea's Generation X.
2 Duo International Film Festival of Rotterdam January 1997 NETPAC Award Nobuhiro Suwa
Focus Berlin International Film Festival, Young Forum February 1997 NETPAC Award Satoshi Izaka
12 Storeys Singapore International Film Festival April 1997

Aruna Vasudev (India)
Kim Dong-ho (Korea)
Nakorn Veerapravati (Thailand)

NETPAC-FIPRESCI Award Eric Khoo
The Long Journey Singapore International Film Festival April 1997

Aruna Vasudev (India)
Kim Dong-ho (Korea)
Nakorn Veerapravati (Thailand)

Special Mention Le Hoang
Timeless Bottomless Bad Movie Busan International Film Festival October 1997

Ajiaz Gul, Pakistan
Eddie Romero, Philippines
Kenji Ishizaka, Japan
Shan Dongbing, China
Ulrich Gregor, Germany

NETPAC Award Jang Sun Woo
Somersault in the Coffin Amiens International Film Festival November 1997 NETPAC Award Dervis Zaim
Green Fish International Film Festival of Rotterdam January 1998 Ashley Ratnavibhushana (Sri Lanka) Special Mention Lee Chang-Dong
Dance of the Wind International Film Festival of Rotterdam January 1998 Ashley Ratnavibhushana (Sri Lanka) NETPAC Award Rajan Khosa for depicting mentor-student relationships with a delicate sensitivity and for engaging in a subtle cinematic exercise.
The Pickpocket Berlin International Film Festival, Young Forum February 1998

Ashley Ratnavibhushana (Sri Lanka)
Wong Tuck Cheong (Malaysia)
Jean Pierre Garcia (France)

NETPAC Award Jia Zhang-ke for its realistic portrayal of social and moral alienation in a rapidly modernising society with a fresh approach and imaginative use of the medium.
In the Navel of the Sea Singapore International Film Festival April 1998

Seno Gumira Ajidarma (Indonesia)
Wong Tuck Cheong (Malaysia)
Kelvin Tong (Singapore)

NETPAC-FIPRESCI Award Marilou Diaz Abaya

Obituary

Jocelyne Saab (30th Apr, 1948 - 7th Jan. 2019) Jocelyne Well known Lebanese filmmaker Jocelyne Saab who was born in Beirut on 30 April 1948 died of cancer on January 07, 2019 Jocelyne Saab started her career with the hosting of a pop music programme called ‘Marsupilami Got Blue Eyes’’ on the national Lebanese radio and from there moved on to become a newsreader for television. Civil war in Lebanon threw her into the front line as a war reporter. She covered the war in the Middle East and Iran, and the Polisario war in the Maghreb. Her independent films received numerous international prizes. Read More...