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3rd (1998)

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New Currents Award

Malti Sahai
India
Malti Sahai is the Director of the Directorate of Film Festivals, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting for the Government of India, and has been organising the International Film Festivals of India for more than 12 years. Her intermational work in actively promoting Asian cinema is directed toward cross cultural understanding through film. MS. Sahai is also the author of two books on Indian cinema.
Gunnar Carlsson
Sweden
Gunnar Carlsson has been Head of Drama at Swedish Television Goteborg since 1996. He served as founder and director of the Goteborg Film Festival from 1978 to 1993. He has also been Head of the International Dept. at the Swedish Film Institute. Mr. Carlsson is also a producer, director and editor of features and TV Series, both in Sweden and Norway.
Alain Corneau
France
Born in Orleans in 1943, Alain Corneau is one of the most renowned directors in France, having produced critically acclaimed films for over two decades. His most recent work Le Cousin is screening at this year's PIFF festival.
Mohsen Mahmalbaf
Iran
Born in a poor district of Tehran in 1957, Moshen Mahmalbaf is one of the most important filmmakers in Iran. As a teenager, he was an activist against the Shah of Iran. He left politices in 1980 and turned to cultural work by writing literature. His film Gabbeh was invited to the 2nd PIFF, and this year Mr.Mahmalbaf's latest film The Silence is PIFF;s Opening Film.
Oguri Gohei
Japan
Oguri Gohei was born in Gunma Prefecture, Japan and is one of the most significant Japanese directors working today. His first film Muddy Rivers(81) received an an award at the Moscow International Film Festival. Mr.Oguri won praise with For Kayako(84) and Siting of Death(90). His critically acclaimed film Sleeping Man was shown at the 1st PIFF.
Park Ki-Yong
Korea
Born in 1961. Park Ki-Yong graduated from the Seoul Art Institute and Korea Academy of Film Art. He worked as assistant director for TV commercials, documentaries and feature films, and his film credits include To the Starry Island as producer. His critically acclaimed debut film Motel Cactus was awarded the New Currents Award at the 2nd PIFF.
Wong Ain-Ling
Hong Kong
Renowned film critic Wong Ain-Ling was born 1952 in Hong Kong. After studying in France, she started the film programme department at the Hong Kong Arts Centre in 1987. Ms.Wong was programmer for the Asian Cinema Section of the Hong Kong International Film Festival from 1990 to 1996

Sonje Award

Kim Dong-Won
Documentary Filmmaker / Korea
Nam Hee-Sup
Independent Distributor / Korea
Nam In-Young
Film Critic / Korea

Woonpa Award

Kwon Byung-Soon
Film Critic / Korea
Lee Yong-Bae
Animator / Korea
Byun Jae-Ran
Film Critic / Korea

FIPRESCI Award

Kim Foss
NAT Film Festival / Denmark

Angel Comas Puente
Movie Magazine "Dirigido por" / Spain

Sato Tadao
Fukuoka International Film Festival / Japan

Ahn Byung-Sup
Film Critic / Korea

NETPAC Award

Nick Deocampo
Mowelfund Film Institute / Philippines

Kong Kam Yoke
Singapore International Film Festival / Singapore

Chon Ha-Woun
Film Director / Korea