The Three Continents Festival (French: Festival des 3 Continents) is an annual film festival held since 1979 in Nantes, France, devoted to the cinemas of Asia, Africa, and Latin America. It was founded by Philippe and Alain Jalladeau.The top award in the festival's competition is the balloon-shaped Montgolfiere d'or. In conjunction with the festival is the Produire au Sud ("Producers of the South"), a project that provides funding to independent film productions from Asia, Africa, and Latin America.
|Country of origin
|Chafika et Metwal
|They Don't Wear Black Tie
|Aribam Syam Sharma
|The Boys from Fengkuei
|A Summer at Grandpa's
|In the Wild Mountains
|Water, Wind, Dust
|Five Girls and a Rope
|A True Story
|Made in Hong Kong
|My Brother Silk Road
|Seven Days, Seven Nights
|Day and Night
|A Few Kilos of Dates for a Funeral
|Hill of Freedom
|In the Last Days of the City
|Tamer El Said
|Taming the Horse
|Memories of My Body
|Yoon Dan Bi
|Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy
|Bùi Thạc Chuyên
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Harry Jay Knowles is an American former film critic and writer known for his website Ain't It Cool News (AICN). Knowles was a member of the Austin Film Critics Association until he was removed in September 2017 "by a substantial majority vote" of the organization following allegations of sexual assault.
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Hava Aney Dey is a 2004 Indian Hindi-language drama film written and directed by Partho Sen-Gupta. It stars Aniket Vishwasrao, Nishikant Kamat, Tannishtha Chatterjee and Rajshree Thakur in the lead roles. The film was shot on location in the northern suburbs of Mumbai, India, in October–November 2003 with a mixed crew composed of French and Indian technicians. It is an Indo-French co-production between Santocha Productions, Paris and Mystique Media Ltd, Mumbai and Independent Movies LTD, Mumbai. It was also funded partly by the Fonds Sud, of the French Foreign Ministry and the French Cultural Ministry. It was post-produced partly in Mumbai and Paris.
Mak ’Kusare is a Nigerian film director who won three awards for his first feature length film Ninety Degrees in 2006 at the Zuma Film Awards in Abuja, Nigeria. He wrote, directed and produced the film entirely on location in Jos, Nigeria. The film won Best Director, Best First Film/Video of a Director and Best Feature Film awards. ’Kusare has also produced for radio, television and video.
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Hustisya is a 2014 Filipino political thriller-drama film starring Nora Aunor. The film is about a woman working for a human trafficking agency. The film was written by Ricky Lee and directed by Joel Lamangan
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