LOOKING BACK: THE INAUGURAL BRISBANE ASIA PACIFIC FILM FESTIVAL
Last year marked the exciting debut of the Brisbane Asia Pacific Film Festival (BAPFF), which ran concurrently with APSA. In partnership with APSA, Brisbane audiences had the opportunity to see several 2014 APSA-nominated films with selected screenings also featuring Q&A sessions with attending nominees. BAPFF also programmed a number of gala events, Q&As with Asia […]
APSA Academy Children’s Film Fund project competes at Berlinale’s Generation Kplus
One of the first projects supported by the APSA Academy Children’s Film Fund, River, is in the running for the the Generation Kplus section of the 2015 Berlin International Film Festival. The film is written and directed by APSA Academy member Songtaijia, who was nominated for Achievement in Cinematography in 2011 for Khyi Rgan (Old Dog). […]
DATE CLAIMER: THE 9TH ANNUAL ASIA PACIFIC SCREEN AWARDS
Save the date! The APSAs will be back in Brisbane City Hall on Thursday, November 26, 2015.
HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 8TH ANNUAL ASIA PACIFIC SCREEN AWARDS
David Gulpilil makes a powerful speech at the 8th APSAs upon receiving the Special Mention award for Best Performance by an Actor in recognition of his work in Charlie’s Country, for which he won the Un Certain Regard for Best Actor at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival and the AACTA last night. More than 1000 key industry […]