Refn's AVENGING SILENCE Among Selections At Inaugural Crouching Tigers Project Market

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Refn's AVENGING SILENCE Among Selections At Inaugural Crouching Tigers Project Market

The first edition of the International Film Festival And Awards Macao kicks off next month and a major part of the event will be the industry focused project market, Crouching Tigers, which will run in parallel. Designed specifically to help projects with an East-West collaborative element to them find potential partners on their path to completion, Crouching Tigers includes a selection of twelve projects of which six have a specific genre focus, three are from the auteur ranks and a further three are selections of partner organizations (The Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival, Frontiers Lab and the Blood Window Lab at Ventana Sur).

I've been fortunate enough to have (and continue to have) a direct hand in these and we have been very pleased to see an incredibly strong lineup come together for this first edition, including projects from Nicolas Winding Refn, Erik Matti, Yu Lik-Wai, Lu Chuan, Djo Munga and others. Here is the complete list as just announced in Screen Daily:



Breaking Point, Dir & Prod: Ham Tran, Prod: Anderson Le (Vietnam-US)

Inspector Lou, Dir: Djo Munga (UK-Belgium-Democratic Republic of the Congo)

Neon River, Dir: Karim Ainouz, Prod: Fabiano Gullane (Brazil)

Pilgrimage, Dir: João Botelho, Prod: Alexandre Oliveira (Portugal-France)

Pintakasi, Dir: Erik Matti, Prod: Ronald ‘Dondon’ Monteverde (Philippines)

The Avenging Silence, Dir: Nicolas Winding Refn, Prod: Lene Børglum (Denmark)


A Means To An End, Dir & Prod: Yu Lik-Wai, Prod: Francois Da Silva, Isabelle Glachant (Hong Kong-China-France-Macao)

San Ma Lo 270, Macau, Dir & Prod: João Pedro Rodrigues & João Rui Guerra da Mata (Portugal)

River Town, Dir & Prod: Lu Chuan, Prod: Jamie Gordon (US-China)


O, Dir: Federico Rotstein & Sebastian Rotstein, Prod: Daniel Werner (Argentina)

The Long Walk, Dir: Mattie Do, Prod: Annick Mahnert (Laos)

The Elderly, Dir: Raúl Cerezo, Prod: Pedro de la Escalera (Spain)

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