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Liew Seng Tat (Malaysia)

Liew Seng Tat (Malaysia)

Filmography

Liew Seng Tat emerged as a young filmmaker with a unique comedic voice soon after he graduated from the Multimedia University Malaysia, where he majored in 3D animation. His 2007 debut feature Flower in the Pocket swept multiple awards and prizes in numerous international film festivals including Busan, Rotterdam, Fribourg, Deauville and Pesaro. In 2008, he was selected to participate at the Festival de Cannes Director's Residence - Cinefondation. He also participated in the 2010 Torino Film Lab and the 2011 Sundance Screenwriters Lab with his second feature film 'Men Who Save The World' (formerly known as 'In What City Does It Live?'). He founded Everything Films in 2010 and is actively involved in the Malaysian independent film industry, working as a director and producer.

YIM Pilsung (Korea)

YIM Pilsung (Korea)

Filmography

YIM Pilsung is a filmmaker who has primal interest in human desire and the destruction it causes. It is evident in his early short films and debut feature. , his first feature film, won Orient Express-Casa Asia Award(Best Asian Film) in Sitges International Film Festival. His second feature film won Best Film Prize in Orient Express section and Special Jury Prize at Fantasporto International Film Festival, and nominated in competition at several film festivals. In , YIM displays two different approaches to the topic of doom: and . He released his third feature length work which is based on the Korean folk tale 'The Story of Simcheong' in 2014, having world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival.

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