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  • 2013 TGHFF
    Letters From The South
    Adi tya ASSARAT, Royston TAN, Midi Z, SUN Koh, TAN Chui Mui, TSAI Ming-Liang
    China, Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore, Myanmar│2013││Color + B&W│105 min│P

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    SPOT HUASHAN Cinema 1
    SPOT HUASHAN Cinema 1

Now Now Now tells the story of two cousins' reunion in Bangkok. Pohpiah follows a Singaporean family's annual gathering. Burial Clothes sees a young woman travelling back to Myanmar to attend to her grandfather's funeral. New New Panda portrays a Singaporean radio performer's redundancy as his company is bought by the Chinese. A Night in Malacca imagines a conversation between a Chinese writer and a ghost of the past. Walking on Water sees Tsai Ming-liang returning to Kuching in Malaysia.

About Midi Z
Midi Z was born in 1982 in Myanmar and trained as an artist in Taiwan. From 2011 to 2014, he made three features and three shorts. His works were invited to Berlinale, Cannes, rotterdam, Busan and numerous other film festivals.
About TSAI Ming-Liang
TSAI Ming-liang is a Malaysian born and Taiwan based director. Regarded as part of the Taiwanese New Wave in the 1980s, Tsai has made many internationally acclaimed film including Vive L’amour, winner of the 1994 Venice Golden Lion.
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