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Terracotta Far East Film Festival Line Up

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:

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:

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