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The Terracotta Festival is now in its fourth year and we aim to be a festival in the true sense of the word, not just a film season. We have parties and a dedicated area we are branding 'Terracotta Café' where other film fans and culture lovers can mingle with each other. Our Distribution company brings quality, entertaining Far East films to the UK by releasing films theatrically and on DVD.


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Terracotta Far East Film Festival May 5th -8th 2011 Full line-up

Running from Thursday 5th to Sunday 8th May 2011, this year’s 14 films selected to represent the best in current Asian Cinema: 

 

Opening Film: The Lost Bladesman (UK Premiere) – dir. Alan Mak and Felix Chong (co-writers, Infernal Affairs), China. Donnie Yen (Ip Man) as the legendary historical Three Kingdoms figure, Guan Yu.

Hotel Black Cat (European Premiere) – dir. Herb Hsu (debut), Taiwan. Past traumas still linger with the eclectic residents at Hotel Black Cat.   

The Tiger Factory (UK Premiere) – dir. Woo Ming Jin (The Elephant and the Sea), Malaysia. Would you sell your baby for a better life abroad?   

Revenge: A Love Story (International Premiere) – dir. Wong Ching Po (Jiang Hu), Hong Kong. A serial killer targeting pregnant women is on the loose.   

Man of Vendetta (UK Premiere) – dir. Woo Min-ho (debut), S.Korea. Eight years after his daughter has been kidnapped, a father gets a call from the kidnapper. 

Helldriver (UK Premiere) – dir. Yoshihiro Nishimura (Tokyo Gore Police), Japan. Eihi Shiina (the eerie psycho in Audition). Welcome to Zombie World!   

Petty Romance (UK Premiere) – dir. Kim Jeong-hun (debut), S.Korea.  A comic artist teams with an unlikely writer to try for lucrative adult comic prize, bringing out their respective wildest fantasies. 

Choy Lee Fut (European Premiere) – dir. Tommy Law Wai Tak (Wife from Hell), Sam Wong Ming-Sing (debut), China. Two best friends head from Europe to China to learn Choy Lee Fut and get more than they bargained for.   

Yakuza Weapon (European Premiere) – dir. Tak Sakaguchi (Mutant Girls Squad), Yudai Yamaguchi (Meatball Machine), Japan. Part man, part machine, ALL Yakuza. Presented by Sci-Fi-London.Q&A with Tak Sakaguchi.Masterclass with Tak Sakaguchi: "Acting & Directing Action Films". 

Child’s Eye (UK Premiere) – dir. Pang Brothers (The Eye), Hong Kong. Six stranded tourists are caught up in a haunted Bangkok guesthouse.   

Red Light Revolution (European Premiere) – dir. Sam Voutas (debut). China’s first Sex Shop Comedy! Q&A with Sam Voutas. Masterclass with Sam Voutas.   

Karate Girl (International Premiere) –  dir. Yoshikatsu Kimura (Hige Clothing), Japan. Presented by Hyper Japan. Two sisters from a Karate dynasty, separated when young, now find themselves on opposing sides.Q&A with Rina Takeda.   

Gallants (UK Premiere) – dir. Clement Cheng (debut), Hong Kong. From zero to hero, via old skool kung-fu.Q&A with Clement Cheng.Masterclass with Clement Cheng.   

Closing Film: Milocrorze, A Love Story (UK Premiere) – dir. Yoshimasa Ishibashi (Colour of Life), Japan. Hyper colourful multi-segmented film about obsessive love.

Guests travel courtesy of Terracotta Festival 2011 Official Airline KLM.

Tickets on sale now via Prince Charles Cinema website:http://www.princecharlescinema.com/

Ticket prices   £8.50 or (£7.50 for PCC Members)Festival Pass: £70 (£58 for PCC Members) access all films with reserved seating For more info: www.TerracottaFestival.com 

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