The 8th Silk Road International Film Festival will be held on December 8th
2021-11-29 17:23:24Source: Xi’an News Network
It is understood that since the establishment of the Silk Road International Film Festival in 2014 with the official approval of the state, Fuzhou and Xi’an have taken turns to undertake it. It has been successfully held for seven sessions. The Silk Road International Film Festival is another international, comprehensive and continuous large-scale foreign film exchange event in China after the Shanghai International Film Festival and the Beijing International Film Festival. An important platform for trading.
The 8th Silk Road International Film Festival is hosted by Fuzhou on a rotating basis. It will further highlight the characteristics of internationality, professionalism, marketization and integration with industries, and make good use of the Silk Road International Film Festival platform. At the same time, this film festival will set up the “Golden Silk Road Award” main competition unit for the first time. The awards jury will be composed of 13 domestic and foreign filmmakers. The awards solicited more than 400 participating films, covering more than 40 countries and regions along the “Belt and Road” such as Russia, India, and Iran. In the end, 10 awards were selected from the collected films, including best film, best director, best film music or visual effects, etc. The chairman of the “Golden Silk Road Awards” jury will be the well-known director and producer Huang Jianxin. 13 well-known domestic and foreign leaders including Rao Shuguang, Yu Nan, Ren Dahua, Marco Muller, Saba, Fu Hongxing, and Suda will be invited. The filmmakers form the jury.
In addition to the awards, this year’s film festival will set up “Hundred Years of Huaguang”, “Silk Road Film Style”, “Global Selection” and other units, screened out about 100 outstanding films for screening; there will also be two main forums: one The theme is “New Era, New Chapter-Opening a New Journey of Chinese-Foreign Film Cooperation”, and the other theme is “5G+4K, the transformation of digital and film.” Both forums focused on the new opportunities and challenges faced by Sino-foreign film cooperation in financing, shooting, distribution, and promotion in the new era and new situation, and explored ways and methods for closer and diversified cooperation between Chinese films and overseas.All-media reporter Zhang Jing of Xi’an Press