The 3rd ASEAN-China University Students’ Culture Week Student Short Film Contest Ends Successfully
The Grand Performance and the Award Ceremony of the 3rd ASEAN-China University Students’ Culture Week Student Short Film Contest was held at the Grand Theatre of Haikou University of Economics on November 23rd. The event was hosted by the Department of Tourism and Culture of Hainan Province, supported by the ASEAN-China Centre, and organized by Wardour Studios Academy of HUE. Since its launch on September 25th, 118 short films from China, Japan, South Korea, ASEAN countries and countries along the Belt and Road region had been received by the organizing committee. The award-winning works were selected strictly by nine judges from China, South Korea, Vietnam and the United States.
The plot short film "Flying Under the Eaves" submitted by the School of Management of Beijing Film Academy won the "Best Short Film Award". "The Testament" from Luojia College of Wuhan University won the "Best Director Award" and "Best Screenwriter Award". The animated short film "Come on, Hot Noodles" from the School of Journalism and Communication of Hebei Normal University won the "Best Creativity Award", and the plot short film "The Third Coast of the River" selected by the School of Media and Creative of Beijing Film Academy won the "Best Communicator Award". Five other works from China, Ukraine and Thailand won excellent awards.
Mr. Che Jingxing, National First-Class Director, Secretary General of CCTV Microfilm Director Center announced the statement of the jury. Mr. Ung. Vantha, Consul General of Cambodia in Haikou, Prof. Chen Xiao, President of HUE, and Ukrainian columnist Miss Gotsyk Vladyslava, as well as other HUE leaders presented awards to the winners. Also many well-known international film experts such as Mr. Steven Nia and Mr. Kim Goo Hoi had delivered video speech at the award ceremony.
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