Two-time film festival director Mike Goodridge says he hopes to return next year as the lead visionary behind the city’s growing International Film Festival and Awards Macao (IFFAM).
The new competition section “New Chinese Cinema” pitted six films against each other, namely “Dear Ex”, “Baby”, “Xiao Mei”, “Up the Mountain”, “Fly by Night” and “The
Black ink drips from the tip of a brush and daggers into clear water, spiraling out like smoke; a Chinese zither sounds a ferocious, twanging note that
Ivo Ferreira, Portuguese director of the locally-inspired film “Empire Hotel,” has detailed that the movie has been his reality since his arrival in the SAR in
In “Mary Queen of Scots” two 16th-century queens compete for influence as an English succession crisis begins to unfold. A tale of political intrigue, the cousin-queens
The main jury of the third International Film Festival and Awards Macao (IFFAM) commended the event for featuring films directed by young directors, thus calling on
Lim Yoon A, also known as Yoona, is one of the most recognizable names in Asian entertainment and one of the talent ambassadors for this year’s International Film
Prolific actor, director and producer Nicolas Cage was asked this year to become a talent ambassador for the International Film Festival and Awards – Macau and
The Special Presentation segment of IFFAM will screen seven films selected by Mike Goodridge, the festival’s Artistic Director, and Jury President Chen Kaige, the famed Chinese director.
Flying Daggers section brings us a collection of six exciting and daring movies produced this year, which won accolades worldwide and are being premiered at the Macau Tower and
Eleven feature films of a variety of topics and origins are in competition for the top IFFAM Award 2018. They will be shown in Macau venues – from
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