Tag: Interview

Nomattsland Returns To TCFF
TCFF 2017

Nomattsland Returns To TCFF

With the second Third Culture Film Festival fast approaching, we reached out to last year’s winner of the People’s Choice Award and Outliers Award: Nomattsland. He will be back this year with the prequel to last year’s Sick To My Bones. The new film, called May You Never Die, was partly shot in Hong […]

Interview With Animator Wong Ping
Interview, TCFF 2016

Interview With Animator Wong Ping

One of the funniest and most beloved short films at TCFF 2016 was Doggy Love, by Hong Kong animator Wong Ping. The story – about a boy who finds love in the flapping back-boobs of a classmate – is not only as bonkers as it sounds, but also kind of… […]

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Interview, TCFF 2016

Interview With Max Hattler

The Third Culture Film Festival 2016 Award for Best Abstract went to All Rot by Max Hattler. Max is a German visual artist. He studied in London, and now teaches animation at City University of Hong Kong. Over a coffee in trendy Sai Ying Pun, Max told us about his work […]

Interview With Director Kris Verdonck
Interview, TCFF 2016

Interview With Director Kris Verdonck

At this year’s inaugural Third Culture Film Festival, the Belgian short Doctor Pafke took home the award for Best Experimental. Anyone who attended our opening night will agree with the jury. This raw grayscale interpretation of the work of writer J.M. Berckmans left no one untouched. We spoke with director […]

Interview With Actor Andrew Ng
Interview, TCFF 2016

Interview With Actor Andrew Ng

Well known in the local film scene, actor Andrew Ng teamed up with director Alejandro Suarez Lozano to create The Fisherman. This short film shows Andrew playing said fisherman, trying to make a living on a typical Hong Kong junk. In dire straits, he sails out for one last catch, […]

Interview With Judge Emilie Guillot
Interview, TCFF 2016

Interview With Judge Emilie Guillot

What’s a festival without awards? To reward the stellar work of the selected artists, Third Culture invited six judges to give their say on the programme. Among those judges also French producer, actress and director Emilie Guillot. When did you hear of this festival? I know founder Harry Oram from […]

Interview With Director Nomattsland
Interview, TCFF 2016

Interview With Director Nomattsland

On Saturday evening we’re looking forward to a world of dark fiction, as Fairytales and Dystopia kicks off with Wolf, by Nadan Pines. Among this year’s selection we also find Sick To My Bones, a short film set in the distant future, where descendants of mankind find themselves in a […]