• Men Who Save The World

    Men Who Save The World


    Dir/scr Liew Seng Tat. Malaysia-Netherlands-Germany-France. 2014. 93mins

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    Liew Seng Tat aims higher with second feature


    Malaysian writer/director Liew Seng Tat enjoyed a festival hit with his debut feature, Flower In The Pocket, which won the New Currents award and audience award at Pusan 2007 and a Tiger award at Rotterdam 2008.With his second feature, In What City Does It Live', he wants to make sure the film has

  • MandarinVision boards Bradley Liew's 'Motel Acacia'

    MandarinVision boards Bradley Liew's 'Motel Acacia'


    EXCLUSIVE: Upcoming Filipino genre picture tackles global immigration debate.

  • Picture Tree picks up Bradley Liew's horror 'Motel Acacia' (exclusive)

    Picture Tree picks up Bradley Liew's horror 'Motel Acacia' (exclusive)


    The film marks Liew’s second feature after Singing In The Graveyards , which premiered in Critics Week at Venice in 2016.

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    CineMart prizes go to new projects from Sophie Fiennes, Liew Seng Tat


    At tonight's CineMart 2008 closing night party in Rotterdam, the Arte France Cinema Award for best project this year's co-production market went to The Pervert's Guide To Ideology, to be directed by UK film-maker Sophie Fiennes.The honour also comes with $14,856 (Euros 10,000) in cash. The film

  • Berlinale's World Cinema Fund backs eight projects

    Berlinale's World Cinema Fund backs eight projects

    2011-07-07T13:29:00ZContributing Editor Sarah Cooper

    Malaysian director Liew Seng Tat has been awarded the biggest production award of 50,000 euros for In What City Does It Live?.

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    Tai Seng sets Red Trousers as first US theatrical release


    Video giant Tai SengEntertainment, one of the leading US distributors of Hong Kong film andtelevision, is to theatrically distribute its first production in the US, theaction documentary Red Trousers - The Life Of The Hong Kong Stuntmen.Tai Seng will partner withLandmark Theaters and Regal

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    Malaysia's Flower In The Pocketwins Fribourg Grand Prix


    Malaysian director Liew Seng Tat's feature debut Flower In The Pocket was awarded the Grand Prix - the Regard d'Or - at this year's Fribourg International Film Festival (FIFF), the first edition under the new artistic director Eduoard Waintrop.The story about two small boys growing up without their

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    Wonderful Town, Flower and Jamil take Tiger Awards at Rotterdam


    The37th International Film Festival Rotterdam has given this year's three VPRO Tiger Awards to Aditya Assarat's Wonderful Town from Thailand, Liew Seng Tat's Flower In The Pocket from Malaysia, and Omar Shargawi's Go With Peace Jamil (Ma Salama Jamil) from Denmark.Each of the three gets a newly

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    Rotterdam reveals first competitors from Japan, Malaysia,Thailand


    The International Film Festival Rotterdam (Jan 23-Feb 3) has selected the first three films for its VPRO Tiger Awards Competition. They are genre-bending autobiographical family project Waltz In Starlight by Shingo Wakagi (Japan); Pusan award winner Flower In The Pocket by Liew Seng Tat (Malaysia)