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Dance of the Dragon Updates Filming completed, Sep 07; Premiere, 23 Apr 08; in cinemas 1 May 08

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Posted 29 April 2008 - 10:33 PM

hello all!!

Catch Fann's interview on 938 LIVE tomorrow :

Hi all,

Fann Wong/Dance of the Dragon will be featured 6 X on my show That's Showbiz on

30 April WED at these times:

9.55am, 12.50pm, 2.25pm 7.55pm, 10.35 pm

and THUR 1 May @ 3.30 am

Melanie Oliveiro

Senior Producer-Presenter / Entertainment Reporter

Host: F-Cube (Weekdays: noon - 3 pm)

938 LIVE (formerly NewsRadio 93.8)

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Posted 07 May 2008 - 10:24 PM

Dear Fannatics,

The producers of Dance Of The Dragon wish to thank you very much for all your kind words, encouragement and support. They are really touched and grateful to you for your active involvement and enthusiasm. They wish all fann fans the very best in all you do.

Calvin Tan
Marketing Director, Silk Road Pictures

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Posted 02 August 2008 - 08:36 PM

‘DANCE OF THE DRAGON’ SWEEPS ALL MAJOR AWARDS AT THE WEST HOLLYWOOD INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL ‘08

Silk Road Pictures is proud to announce that the 100% Singapore production ‘Dance Of The Dragon’ has swept all major awards at The West Hollywood International Film Festival ‘08, which just took place in Los Angeles, USA this past week (29th July – 1st August 2008).
The film competed against 141 selected international entries at the festival and won a record 10 awards in all major categories, including the following
1.Best Festival Movie Award
2.Best Festival Movie, Best Cinematography
3.Best Director -John Radel
4.Best Actor -Jang Hyuk
5.Best Actress -Fann Wong
6.Best Supporting Actress -Young Mi-Lee
7. Best Production Design
8. Best Editing
9. Best Original Music Score
10.The Special Mention Jury Award.
Next week, ‘Dance Of The Dragon’ will screen in competition at the 12th Annual Rhode Island International Film Festival in Providence, Rhode Island USA (5th – 10th August). The film, which was earlier honored with a ‘selected for early acceptance’ status by the judges of the festival, is fittingly scheduled to screen at the Columbus Arts Centre Andrews Theatre on Sat 9th August, Singapore’s National Day, at 9.15pm. The film then premieres shortly after at The 2008 Rome International Film Festival on Sunday 7th September, 11am at The Heritage Hall. The producers have also just been notified that ‘Dance Of The Dragon’ has been selected for The 14th Annual Temecula Valley International Film Festival, USA (17th – 21st September 2008), and The 9th Annual San Diego Asian Film Festival, USA (9th – 16th October 2008). On the regional distribution front, ‘Dance Of The Dragon’ will make its debut in Malaysia and opens across the country on Thursday, 4th September ’08.

‘Dance Of The Dragon’ - starring Korean heartthrob Jang Hyuk, Singapore’s Fann Wong and Hollywood’s Jason Scott Lee - is an inspiring love story set amidst other tender and multi-dimensional relationships. It is an exquisite tale of love, passion, courage and hope, with the demanding and visually stunning disciplines of ballroom dancing and martial arts woven as backdrops into the plot. Produced and shot entirely in Singapore, the film was supported by the Film in Singapore! Scheme – a Singapore Tourism Board (STB) initiative to encourage leading filmmakers and television producers worldwide to film and produce quality movies and television programs locally, in order to increase top-of-mind recall of Singapore as a destination among the global audience. The film has been garnering international sales and industry attention since its market screening at Cannes in May earlier this year, and then at the Shanghai International Film Festival in July. The multiple awards and accolades it has just received from Hollywood has further secured its reputation as a highly entertaining quality production, and will certainly boost negotiations currently taking place for the film to be distributed across Asia, Europe and the US

Above are media release from Calvin from Silk Road Picture!
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Posted 18 August 2008 - 05:30 PM

Congratulations to Our 2008 SDAFF Films and Filmmakers
* This list is subject to change.

DRAMATIC NARRATIVE FEATURES
200 Pounds Beauty directed by Yong-Hwa Kim (S. Korea)
Accuracy of Death directed by Masaya Kakei (Japan)
Always: Sunset on Third Street directed by Takashi Yamazaki (Japan)
Always: Sunset on Third Street 2 directed by Takashi Yamazaki (Japan)
An American in China directed by Ron Berrett (U.S./China)
Assembly directed by Feng Xiaogang (China/Hong Kong)
Big Man Japan directed by Hitoshi Matsumoto (Japan)
Black Belt directed by Shunichi Nagasaki (Japan)
Chocolate directed by Prachya Pinkaew (Thailand)
Dance of the Dragon directed by John Radel (Singapore)
Dororo directed by Akihiko Shiota (Japan)
Drawing Paper directed by Sunhee Kim (S. Korea)
The Fish Fall in Love directed by Ali Rafi'I (Iran)
Foster Child (John John) directed by Brilliante Mendoza (Philippines)
Genghis Khan: To The Ends of the Earth directed by Shinichiro Sawai (Japan)
Hellcats directed by Kwon Chil-in (S. Korea)
Kissing Cousins directed by Amyn Kaderali (U.S.)
L: Change The World directed by Hideo Nakata (Japan)
Lovers directed by Carl Zhang (Hong Kong)
Magazine Gap Road directed by Nicholas Chin (Hong Kong)
My Father directed by Dong Hyeuk Hwang (S. Korea/U.S.)
Ocean of Pearls directed by Sarab Neelam (U.S.)
Open City directed by Lee Sang-Gi (S. Korea)
Ping Pong Playa directed by Jessica Yu (U.S.)
Planet B-Boy directed by Benson Lee
Santa Mesa directed by Ron Morales (U.S./Philippines)
Secret directed by Jay Chou (Hong Kong)
Shadows in the Palace directed by Kim Mee-jeung. (S. Korea)
Sleepwalking Through the Mekong directed by John Pirozzi
Slingshot (Tirador) directed by Brilliante Mendoza (Philippines)
A Thousand Years of Good Prayers directed by Wayne Wang (U.S.)
Vexille directed by Fumihiko Sori (Japan)
The White Silk Dress directed by Luu Huynh (Vietnam)
The World Unseen Directed by Shamim Sarif (S. Africa)

FEATURE DOCUMENTARIES
Against the Grain: An Artist's Survival Guide to Peru directed by Ann Kaneko (Peru)
A Cricket in the Court of Akbar directed by Andrew Mendelson (U.S./India)
Children of the Stars directed by Rob Aspey
Dirty Hands directed by Harry Kim (U.S./Africa/Japan)
Family Inc. by Emily Ting (U.S./China)
Follow Your Hearts: China's New Youth Movement directed by Duncan Jepson
Hollywood Chinese directed by Arthur Dong (U.S.)
House of Sharing directed by Hein Seok (S. Korea)
The Killing of a Chinese Cookie directed by Derek Shimoda (U.S.)
Meaning of Tea directed by Scott Chamberlin Hoyt (U.S./Japan/India/Morocco)
Mystic Ball directed by Greg Hamilton (Myanmar/Canada)
Oh, Saigon directed by Doan Hoang (U.S./Vietnam)
Passing Poston directed Joe Fox and James Nubile (U.S.)
Please Vote for Me directed Weijun Chen (China/S. Africa/Denmark)
Red Race directed by Chao Gan (China)
Shame directed by Mohammed Naqvi (Pakistan)
Sleepwalking in the Mekong directed by John Pirozzi (Cambodia)
The Story of Spirits directed by Tien Nguyen (U.S./Vietnam)
Wings of Defeat directed by Risa Morimoto (U.S.)
Yours Truly, Miss Chinatown directed by Daisy Lin Shapiro (U.S.)
Under the Skin directed by Billy Burke (U.S./Japan)

SHORT FILMS
364 Cranes directed by Vincent Lin
A Drop of Life directed by Shalini Kantayya
A Passing Rain directed by Myoung Hwa Kim
The Agent directed by David Kim
Aim For The Heart: A Guide to Vampire Defense directed by Fernando Huerto
The Asian Arrow directed by Richard B Quebral
An Immigrant Girl’s Journey directed by Lonny Stevens
Anjali directed by Maya Anand
Bite Me directed by Jason Fong
Blood Debts directed by Roland Nguyen
Bombay Skies directed by Rita Rani
Bookie directed by Bao Tran
The Breakup directed Erica Eng
California King directed by Eli Akira Kauffman
Celebration directed by Rochelle Lozada
Cookies for Sale directed by Wes Kim
d*** the Past! directed by Julie Kang
Dance of a Freebird directed by Ruslan Pak
Dead Man's Hour directed Nathan Kitada
Dear Heidi directed by John Ferrie
Drowning directed Erica Eng
EAT directed by Arvin Chen, Danny Jai Lee, & Jon Maxwell
Escaping the Norm by Glenn Gimutao
Follow the Signs directed by Steve Godwin
Gandhi at the Bat directed by Stephanie Argy
Giving Care directed Clarissa De Los Reyes
I-Hotel directed by Jason Nou
Just directed by Edward Gunawan
Legend directed by Mark Villegas
Kali Ma directed Soman Chainani
Knees directed by Minhyun Park
LibraAmor directed by Steve Ellington
Light My Fire directed Lee Jong-Pil
Light Years directed by Richard Martin
The Little Knave directed by Sarah Naomi Campbell
Little Manila directed by Marissa Aroy
Look Again directed by Jennifer Lin
Mamo's Weeds directed by Akira Boch
Miss Popularity directed by Wayne Yung
Moon Lady directed by Wendy Cheng
My First Crush directed by Rocky Jo
The Oh-Malleys in Daddy's My Mercedes directed by Chil Kong
Passage directed by Angela How
The Postcard directed by Josh Kim
Residue directed by Jared Davis
Save Ron Jr. directed by Michael Yubane (U.S.)
S/he directed by Gina Pei Chai Chen
Smile directed by Julia Kwan
Snap-shot directed by Suel Kim
Souvenirs from Asia directed by Joyce Wong
The State of Sunshine directed by Z. Eric Yang
Sublingual directed by Karen Lin
Tiffin directed by Ai Lene Chor
Timeless directed by Jeffrey Ferrer
The Trident directed by Anurag Mehta
Triple 8 Palace directed by Alexander Ku
Untitled directed by Edward Kim
What Happened on the Fourth Date directed by Vijay Mathew
With Every Breath directed by Lindsey Yung
WIANBU - Comfort Woman directed by James Bang
The Women's Kingdom directed by Xiaoli Zhou
You've Got Male directed by Ryan Kim and Christopher Nguyen

ANIMATION
Abridged directed by Arjun Rihan
Alien Abduction directed by David Han
Against the Grain directed by Kevin Kolodinsky
Apple/Bird & the Bee "Again & Again" directed by Dennis Liu
Awkward directed by Cesar Kuriyama
Battle of the Album Covers directed by Rohitash Rao
Hallucii directed by by Goo Shun Wang
Josie's Lalaland directed by Yibi Hu
Ketchup directed by Wenchung Lu
Magicicada directed by Benett Kim
Meat Days directed by Wen-ming Hsieh
The Mouse Trap directed by Woon Han
Nadal Vs. Alien directed by Tak Hoon Kim
The Possum directed by Chris Choy
Prekisstoric Times directed by Leo Matsuda
Sexy girl and Carpenter directed by Dong Keun Lee
Shooting Star directed by Ryan Chen
Snow Day directed by Kim Hazel
Sports and Diversions directed Bum Lee
Swimming Moon directed Nahomi Maki
Yellow Sticky Notes directed by Jeff Chiba Stearns
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Posted 18 August 2008 - 05:34 PM

Hello all - it is our pleasure to announce that Dance Of The Dragon has been widely accepted into many international film festivals. You may have heard that we just finished screening at Cannes, Shanghai, and in the past 2 weeks at the West Hollywood (West Coast Premiere) and Rhode Island (East Coast Premiere) International Film Festivals in the USA.

Dance Of The Dragon was awarded a whopping 10 major awards at the West Hollywood Festival. It was truly a special night for us and I have re attached the media release in case I might have missed anyone out the first time I sent it.

At the Rome International Film Festival next fortnight we have been nominated amongst the top 5 for Best Picture. And just this past week we were informed of acceptance into even more festivals, amongst them the very prestigious Louis Vuitton Hawaii International Film Festival taking place early October.

For easy reference I have put together a reference list below of Dance Of The Dragon in action for your information and easy reference please.

P/S : Dance Of The Dragon opens country-wide in Malaysia on Thurs 4th September 2008. Publicity is rolling out as we speak.

The Rome International Film Festival
Sept 4th - 7th
Screening : Sun Sept 7th at 11.15am, Heritage Hall
Status : Nominated for Best Picture (final 5) - results on the night of Sun 7th September at the closing deremony.

The Temecula Valley International Film Festival
Sept 17th - 21st
Screening : To Be Advised
Filmmakers and Musicians from across America and around the globe come to Temecula every September since 1995 to participate and enjoy in the celebration of the two most influential, most enduring, most entertaining art forms and commerce of: FILM AND MUSIC.

Attendance has grown from 600 in 1995 to 14,000 in 2007. Media coverage is extensive and global, boasting of over 15,000,000 media impressions worldwide. Over 700 films screened from more than 20 countries since 1995. Over 300 filmmakers, musicians, producers, directors, writers, judges, composers, arrangers, agents, publicists, cast and crew participated in the 2006 festivities.

Lifetime and Career Achievement Award honorees include distinguished film and music icons of past and present such as Dionne Warwick, Hector Elizondo, Dennis Haybert, John Ottman, John Badham, Lucas Foster, Rick Shroeder, Steve Dorff, Natasha Hentsridge, AFI's Jean Firstenberg, Howard W. Koch, Robert Wise, Carl Reiner, Karl Malden, Shirley Jones, Michael York, Ray Charles, Rita Coolidge, Marsha Mason, Robert Stack, Gale Ann Hurd, William Shatner, Patty Duke, Billy Preston, Sam Grogg, Julie Corman, Etta James, John Spencer, Diane Ladd, Penelope Spheeris, Howard Suber, AC Lyles, Louis Gossett, Jr, Lou Rawls, Jonathan Lynn, Dr. Elizabeth Daley, Gina Gershon, Trevor Rabin, and Michael Childers.

2008 Guests & Presenters

Martin Sheen ● Geoffrey Gilmore ● Maria Conchita Alonso ● Sean Astin ● Sharon Case Gil Cates ● Gary Cole ● Michael Damien ● Ted Danson ● Dom DeLuise ● Ted Griffin Frances Fisher ● Robert Forster ● Friends of Distinction ● Howard Gordon

Renny Harlin ● Dorian Harewood ● Joe Jackson ● Roma Maffia ● Marla Maples

Adrian Paul ● Stefanie Powers ● Ally Sheedy ● Bryan Singer ● John Landis

Bob Tomberlin ● David Fumero ● Schae Harrison ● Donna Pescow ●Deborah Nadoolman

Temptations’ Ali Woodson●Shalimar’s Howard Hewett●Earth Wind &Fire’s Ralph Johnson


The San Diego Asian Film Festival
Oct 9th - 16th
Screening : To be Advised

Since 2000, the San Diego Asian Film Festival has gained an international reputation as one of North America's premiere Asian American film festivals for its excellent programs, outreach to the community, and support for independent artists. Entering its seventh year, the SDAFF continues looking for the best in Asian American cinema to showcase at the San Diego Asian Film Festival, October 9-16, 2008.

The San Diego Asian Film Festival is a program of San Diego Asian Film Foundation, a 501©(3) nonprofit, public benefit corporation. The San Diego Asian Film Festival was established in 1999 by the Asian American Journalists Association of San Diego. AAJA teamed up with filmmakers, artists, educators, and community groups and leaders to present the first SDAFF at the University of San Diego, August 11-13, 2000. The festival has now moved into the UltraStar Mission Valley Cinemas at Hazard Center.

The Louis Vuitton Hawaii International Film Festival
Oct 9th - 19th, Honolulu, Hawaii
Screening : To Be Advised

Established in 1981, the Hawaii International Film Festival (HIFF) is dedicated to the advancement of understanding and cultural exchange among the peoples of Asia, the Pacific and North America through the medium of film. This prestigious festival is proudly presented by Louis Vuitton and has been re-named The Louis Vuitton Hawaii International Film Festival.

LVHIFF

Is the premiere international film event in the Pacific
Has won the praise of governments, filmmakers, scholars, educators, programmers and film industry leaders throughout the world.
Is the largest "East meets West" Festival in the United States.
Is the primary source for the discovery and exhibition of Asian and Pacific feature films, documentaries and videos in the nation.
Is an eagerly anticipated annual event for residents of Hawaii, as well as visitors to the state
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