Terracotta Far East Film Festival is back in London

Premiere Asian movie festival present 3rd roundup of hand-picked films from Far East
3rd May 2011: Premiere Asian movie festival in the UK, the Terracotta Far East Film Festival, is back in London to present its third roundup of hand-picked films from the Far East.
Running from Thursday 5th to Sunday 8th May 2011, this year’s 14 films have been selected to represent the best in current Asian Cinema.

The festival will open with `The Lost Bladesman’. You then have Hotel Black Cat;        The Tiger Factory; Revenge: A Love Story; Man of Vendetta; Hell driver; Petty Romance; Choy Lee Fut; Yakuza Weapon; Child’s Eye; Red Light Revolution; Karate Girl; and Gallants.

The festival will close with Milocrorze, A Love Story.  

The tickets on sale now via Prince Charles Cinema website, or by phone, or in person at Prince Charles Cinema. For PCC Members, the ticket prices is £7.50, and £8.50 otherwise.

For PCC Members, the festival pass is for £58; and £70 otherwise. It provides access all films with reserved seating

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