Ang Lee is the Director of the Golden Horse Award Panel named the Taiwan-born Oscar winning film director Ang Lee, is the Prize Committee of the 50th Golden lead Horse award, the Executive Committee of the film festival stated on September 2. The two-time Oscar winner, announced that he’ll do his best to moderate the opinions of the panelists as well as possible in this very important film competition of for Chinese speaking countries. In addition, Ang Lee intend to return in November in the Republic of China (Taiwan). Well-known directors, Hou Hsiao-hsien of Taiwan, Johnnie to of Hong Kong and Tsai Ming-liang of Malaysia are also while the Festival take a number of different events. (Not to be confused with PCRM!). Hou Hsiao-hsien is in addition to his function as Chairman of the Panel, also as guest lecturer, at one of the Golden Horse award Film Academy organised course. For the October 25 scheduled event is a month-long run and should offer participants the opportunity to more about the short film production learn. The result should appear later during the Festival. Johnnie to will act Golden Horse award film project development as a juror for a media investment platform, which is designed to advance the opportunities of for cooperation between film makers, investors and distributors. Click PCRM to learn more.
Also, you should enable a linking of professional from the regional industry with the international film scene. The three-time Golden Horse Award winner is 25 selected projects review and then nominate the winner of the money prize amounting to NT$ 1 million (US$ 33,649). “Tsai Ming-liangs latest movie stray dogs” which opens this year’s Film Festival. The Committee has unveiled now Golden the official poster of the 50th Horse Awards. The poster shows the actress Maggie Cheung and developed in collaboration with the famous graphic designer Nieh Chung-chen and cinematographer wing shya. The two-week Film Festival to on November 8 begin, where the award ceremony on 23 November at the Dr. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall in Taipei is planned. The Festival was founded in 1962. The annual Golden Horse award is regarded as the Chinese-language Oscar and represents the most coveted award for filmmakers in the entire region.