Three Taiwanese films showing at Moscow film festival
Central News Agency
2014-06-19 09:57 PM
Moscow, June 19 (CNA) Three films from Taiwan took part in the 36th Moscow International Film Festival that kicked off Thursday. The three films being shown include Taiwan-based Malaysian director Tsai Ming-liang's "Stray Dogs," the story of a homeless single father struggling to survive with his two children; and Tsai's newest film, "Journey to the West," a Taiwanese-French production. The other is Burmese-Taiwanese director Midi Z's drug film "Ice Poison." The three films took part in the non-competition program, while 16 films from all over the world will compete for major awards. The event opened with "Red Army," a documentary that examines Soviet Union ice hockey in the 1980s, marking the first time in many years that a documentary rather than an art film has kicked off the festival. The festival will last until June 28. (By Ma Chia-ying and Lilian Wu)
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