Asean Festival Running With Live Audiences in Bangkok

Asean Festival Running With Live Audiences in Bangkok
Social unrest and the Covid-19 pandemic have not been able to stop the sixth edition of the Bangkok Asean Film Festival from taking place as an in-person event. It runs this week Sept. 3-6, 2020.

The four-day festival features a line-up of films from Asean member nations including “Rom” by Tran Thanh Huy from Vietnam, “The Science of Fictions” by Yosep Anggi Noen from Indonesia and “The Long Walk” by Mattie Do from Laos. China’s “Balloon” by Pema Tseden and Koji Fukada’s “A Girl Missing” from Japan will also be screened. The festival will also present a lifetime achievement award to veteran actress Petchara Chaowarat, who appeared in 300 films during the golden age of Thai cinema from the 1960s to the end of 1970s.

Fifteen short films competing for the best short, jury prize and special mention will be presented as part of the Asean Short Film Competition. Award
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