Bangkok ASEAN Film Festival

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The third Bangkok ASEAN Film Festival is about to happen this weekend! This time, it comes back with 20 films from 10 countries, and they all are free. Plus, this is the frist time ever that there is going to be an Asean Film Competition with two prizes for the winners from 10 films. The first one is Best ASEAN Film and another one is Jury Prize. Plus, a seminar on the last day in the subject of "Asean films to the international arena."

 

Agenda and movie schedule

Apr 26: The opening ceremony at Siam Paragon and a premiere of Pop Aye, a Thai-Singapore film by Kirsten Tan

Apr 27: Turn Left Turn Right (Cambodia), Singing in Graveyard (Malaysia-Philippines) at Paragon Cineplex and Temuan Takdia (Malaysia), Dearest Sister (Laos) at SF World Cinema.

Apr 28: By The Time It Gets Dark (Thailand), ฺBy Coincidence (Myanmar), Solo, Solitude (Indonesia), A Yellow Bird (Singapore) at Paragon Cineplex and Ah Boys to Men 3: Frogmen (Singapore), Temuan Takdia (Malaysia), Father and Son (Vietnam), In the Fresh (Thailand-Japan) at SF World Cinema.

Apr 29: Waris (Brunei), By The Time It Gets Dark (Thailand), Ho Chi Minh in Siam (Vietnam), Turn Left Turn Right (Cambodia), Singing in Graveyard (Malaysia-Philippines), Interchange (Malaysia) at Paragon Cineplex and Vikalcharet (Cambodia), Senjakala Di Manado (Indonesia), Ah Boys to Men 3: Frogmen (Singapore), In the Fresh (Thailand-Japan), Father and Son (Vietnam), Birdshot (Qatar) at SF World Cinema.

Apr 30: Kwan Nang (Laos), By Coincidence (Myanmar), Waris (Brunei), A Yellow Bird (Singapore), Interchange (Malaysia), Solo, Solitude (Indonesia) at Paragon Cineplex and Three Maidens (Indonesia), The Lion City (Singapore), Vikalcharet (Cambodia), Pop Aye (Singapore-Thailand), Dearest Sister (Laos), Birdshot (Qatar) at SF World Cinema.

May 1: The closing ceremony at Siam Paragon, Asean Film Competition Awards and Lifetime Achivement Award to Sombat Metanee, a legendary Thai actor who can be seen as an icon of Thai film industry. Plus, Ho Chi Minh in Siam (Vietnam), The Emerald Jungle (Myanmar), Kwan Nang (Laos) at Paragon Cineplex and Pop Aye (Singapore-Thailand), Senjakala Di Manado (Indonesia) at SF World Cinema and a seminar about "Asean films to the international arena."

For more information and reservation read here.

By: Suthima Thongmark

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