Photo from left to right: Hong Tong Wu, Huang Hsui-yao, Miki Dai
The Taiwanese film The Great Buddha+ (大佛普拉达) won the Cinemasia Film Festival Student Jury Award tonight. CRTV asked the maker of this film, Huang Hsin-yao, about his opinions on Buddhism and his inspirations for making this film. Listen to our interview in Mandarin to find out more.
Director Huang Hui-chen from Taiwan turns the camera on her lesbian mother in hopes of repairing their fractured relationship. In intense one-on-one interviews, Huang asks her mother probing questions that she would not be able to ask without the filtering distance of her camera. This documentary won the Teddy Award at Berlin Film Festival.
What did Huang Hui-chen learnt in this documentary from her mother and herself? What does this mean to her for raising her child? Listen to CRTV’s interview with Huang Hui-chen in Mandarin.
Where do the replicas of Van Gogh’s paintings you may buy at Museumplein come from? How do the painters paint these? What is their income per painting? Listen to CRTV’s interview with Haibo Yu, maker of the documentary China’s Van Goghs.
2015 Yachting Shanghai, the international marine festival, will take place from July 8th till 12th. Ms Shining Lee, curator of 2015 Yachting Shanghai, says the following (Mandarin, English translation below):
The CinemAsia Filmfestival will take place at Kriterion in Amsterdam from 1 till 6 April. Since this year, Lorna Tee is the director of this Asian filmfestival. She has extensive experience in the film industry in Asia. For example, how was her experience to work with Andy Lau?