愛爾蘭 東亞 電影節
2nd EAST ASIA
FILM FESTIVAL
IRELAND

Irish Film Institute
6 Eustace Street
Temple Bar, Dublin 2


5-8 April 2018
2018 4月5~8日

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Welcome to EAFFI 2018

WELCOME!

For its second edition, the East Asia Film Festival Ireland (previously the Chinese-language Film Festival Ireland) celebrates the diversity, artistry and variety of films from East and South East Asia. Over four days our festival features a compelling range of films from China, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan.

 

We are honoured to welcome the great Taiwanese cinematographer Mark Lee Ping-Bing. A long-time collaborator with director Hou Hsiao- Hsien, he has also worked with many renowned directors including Wong Kar-Wai, Tian Zhuangzhuang, Tran Anh Hung, Ann Hui and Sylvia Chang.

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The East Asia Film Festival Ireland would like to thank its Funders and Partners

 

Festival Guest of Honour: Mark Lee Ping-Bing

Extreme Light: Taiwanese Cinematographer
Mark Lee Ping-Bing 臺 灣 電影 攝 影 大師李屏賓特展
Masterclass 6th April at Irish Film Institute
Q&As after selected screenings.

It is our great privilege to welcome the internationally acclaimed cinematographer Mark Lee Ping-Bing (b.1954, Taiwan). Mark Lee served in the navy before training at Central Motion Pictures Company, the longest running production company in Taiwan. In a career that spans over three decades he has distinguished himself as one of the world’s most gifted cinematographers. (... Read more)

Screenings

LET THE WIND CARRY ME 乘著光影旅行
IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE 花樣年華
SPRINGTIME IN A SMALL TOWN 小城之春
CLAIRE'S CAMERA 克萊兒的相機
HUMAN FLOW 人流
THREE TIMES 最好的時光
THE GREAT BUDDHA+ 大佛普拉斯
ON THE BEACH AT NIGHT ALONE 獨自在夜晚的海邊
SEVENTY-SEVEN DAYS 七十七天
RAMEN SHOP 拉麵店
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Masterclass with Mark Lee Ping-Bing

Saturday 7 April, 12.00

Tickets €20; €15 conc.; €10 students

Taiwanese cinematographer Mark Lee Ping-Bing in conversation with Irish cinematographer Tim Fleming (ISC, The Irish Society of Cinematographers) Presented in association with Screen Training Ireland

 

The Masterclass will discuss the work of the great cinematographer Mark Lee Ping-Bing, an innovator of filming in natural and low-light conditions, in a career that spans over three decades, and explore the main functions of the cinematographer and how this role is at the centre of the collaborative process with film directors.

Special Events

Friday 6 April, 5.30–6.30pm

Chinese Cinema; Sites of Translation: In conversation with Professor Chris Berry of King’s College London

Organised by East Asia Film Festival Ireland.

Moderated by Yiming Jin and Maria O’Brien.

Venue: Trinity Centre for Literary Translation.

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The process of experiencing Chinese language cinemas in the West involves some element of translation; of both language and ideas. Professor Chris Berry will talk about his experiences of working in the 1980s Chinese film industry and the complexity of translating cinematic works for a Western audience.

 

Professor Chris Berry is a renowned academic in the field of Chinese language Film Studies. In the 1980s, he worked for China Film Import and Export Corporation in Beijing, and his academic research is grounded in work on Chinese cinema and other Chinese screen-based media.

ANIMATION SHORT FILM PROGRAMME

We are delighted once again this year to programme a selection of six animation short films which has been curated by Dr Chi-Sui Wang (王綺穗), Curator, KuanDu International Animation Festival (KDIAF) and Associate Professor, Taipei National University of the Arts. This is presented in association with KDIAF and the Animation Department, Taipei National University of the Arts. Each film will be screened before a feature programme from Friday to Sunday.

Schedule

All screenings take place at Irish Film Institute
Thursday 5 April
4.00pm
Let the Wind Carry Me
 
6.00pm (Gala opening)
In the Mood for Love
followed by Q&A with Mark Lee Ping-Bing
Moderator Tara Brady, The Irish Times
reception afterwards

 
Friday 6 April
5.30–6.30pm (special event Trinity Centre
for Literary Translation)
Chinese Cinema; Sites of Translation

 
6.00pm
Springtime in a Small Town
followed by Q&A with Mark Lee Ping-Bing
Moderator John Maguire, Sunday Business Post

 
9.00pm
Claire’s Camera (Irish Première)
 
Saturday 7 April
12.00 noon
Masterclass: Mark Lee Ping-Bing
In conversation with Tim Fleming
,
Irish Society of Cinematographers

 
2.20pm
Human Flow
Introduced by Dr David Robbins
(DCU School of Communications)

 
5.15pm
Three Times
followed by Q&A with Mark Lee Ping-Bing
Moderator Prof. Chris Berry

 
8.15pm
The Great Buddha+ (Irish Première)

 
Sunday 8 April
11.00am
Monster Hunt 2

 
3.20pm
On the Beach at Night Alone (Irish Première)
 
5.30pm
Seventy-Seven Days (Irish Première)
followed by Q&A with Mark Lee Ping-Bing
Moderator Prof. Chris Berry

 
8.20pm (closing film)
Ramen Shop (Irish Première)

Sponsors

The East Asia Film Festival Ireland would like to thank all its Partners & Sponsors

 
 
 
 
 
 
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East Asia Film Festival Ireland
愛爾蘭 東亞 電影節
Festival Co-organiser +
Artistic & Programme Director:
Marie-Pierre Richard
Festival Co-organiser + Academic
Liaison Officer: Maria O’Brien
Community Relations Co-ordinator:
YuChia Lee Dignam
Festival Advisors: Prof. Chris Berry, Chu-Ti Chang
Graphic design + copy editing: Peter Maybury
Website: Richard Watson
Digital Management/PR: John Kenny (CultureHead)
Interpreter: Dr Elizabeth Y Lin
Programme notes translation: YuChia Lee Dignam

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