Vesoul International Film Festival of Asian Cinema

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Promo poster of 17th edition held from 8 to 11 February 2011

The Vesoul International Film Festival of Asian Cinema (French: Festival international des cinémas d'Asie) is an annual special-interest film festival focusing on the cinemas of Asia. The festival is held annually in Vesoul, France. It was created in 1995 by Martine and Jean-Marc Thérouanne who have been codirecting the festival since then.[1][2]

The highest award of the festival is the Golden Cyclo Award. Other awards include the Special Langues "O" Award, given by the French National Institute for Oriental Languages and Civilizations and the Emile Guimet Award by the Friends Association of National Museum of Asian Arts-Guimet at the festival.[3]

In the 17th edition of the festival, which attracted an audience of 28,700, three awards were given to the Chinese film "Addicted to Love" by director Liu Hao. The film took out the top award as well as the "O" and Guimet awards. The Golden Cyclo was shared with "P.S.", by Uzbekistan director Elkin Tuychiev.[3]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Rosati, Adriana (17 January 2019). "The 25th Vesoul International Film Festival of Asian Cinemas (FICA) 2019 has unveiled its Programme". Asian Movie Pulse. Retrieved 11 May 2019.
  2. ^ "Network For Promotion of Asian & Asia Pacific Cinema | Vesoul International Film Festival of Asian Cinema (FICA) 2018 : Festival Reports". Network For Promotion of Asian & Asia Pacific Cinema. Retrieved 11 May 2019.
  3. ^ a b "Chinese film wins top prize in Vesoul Int'l Film Festival". Global Edition. 17 February 2011. Retrieved 19 December 2020.
  4. ^ "Festival Des Cinemas d'Asie". www.joyandet.fr. Retrieved 11 May 2019.

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