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7th (2002)

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New Currents Award

Donald Richie
USA / Film Critic
Named by TIME magazine, The dean of Japan's arts critics, and acknowledged as the foremost authority in Japanese cinema, Donald Richie has written some 40 books in all -on other aspects of the country and it's people. He also wrote for Newsweek, The Nation, Variety, The New York Times, The Guardian, Harper, Atlantic Monthly and more. He organized the retrospective of the Japanese helm, Ozu Yasujiro at Berlin International Film Festival in 1962. Having been the first director of Telluride Film Festival, served on the juries at international film festivals of Hawaii, Locarno, Thessaloniki and Kerala.
Aparna Sen
India / Director
Born in Calcutta in 1945. Aparna Sen was impressed by European cinema that strongly affected her art life in her youth. Started her film career as an actress when participated in Sampatti by Satyajit Ray, then her works in cinema and theatre appeared successively getting praises from critics. Her first film 36 Chowringhee Lane(81), an korlish political movie, was the birth certificate of a realistic film director who cares for details though focused on women issues in most cases in the beginning. Her filmography includes Paroma(1984), Sati(1989), What the Sea Said(1995) and House of Memories(2000), which was presented at the 5th PIFF
Claire Denis
France / Director
Born in Paris, 1946. Claire Denis graduated in film direction at the IDHEC of Paris in 1971. She worked as assistant director for various directors include Costa-Gavras, Wim Wenders and Jim Jarmush from 1974 to 1986. Chocolat, her first feature, was made in 1987 and presented at Cannes the following year. In 1996, Nenette et Boni was awarded the Pardo d?ro at the Locarno Film Festival. She has also directed: Beau travail(1999), Trouble Every Day(2000), and the short film Vers Nancy for Ten Minutes Older. Her film, Beau Travail(1999) was presented at the 4th PIFF.
Eduardo Antin(Quintin)
Argentina / Buenos Aires International Film Festival
Born in Buenos Aires in 1951. Eduardo Antin has done many various works including math teacher and football referee before being a film critic. He is one of co-founders of El Amante/Cine, one of the most enduring magazines of its type in Latin America. He is currently the director of the Buenos Aires Independent Film Festival.
Hong, Sang Soo
Korea / director
Studied Film at California College of Arts and Crafts(BFA) and Art Institute of Chicago(MFA). His debut work The day a Pig Fell into the Well(1996) received universal praises from critics and international awards at both Vancouver (Dragon & Tiger Award) and Rotterdam (Best Picture Award). His third feature Virgin Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors(2000) was invited to the 53rd Cannes and Tokyo International Film Festival(Special Jury Award). Other films include The Power of Kangwon Province(1998) and the latest feature, Turning Gate(2002).

Sonje Award / Woonpa Award

Choi Doo-young
Korea/ 1962
HONG Hyung-sook
Korea / 1962 / Director
KIM Kyung-wook
Korea / 1963 / Film Critic

NETPAC Award

Shanty Harmayn
Indonesia / Producer

Nam In-Young
Korea / Film Critic

Wong Tuck Cheong
Malaysia / Film Critic

FIPRESCI Award

Hans Beerekamp
The Netherlands / Film Critic

Li Cheuk-to
Hong Kong China / Film Critic

Ashley Ratnavibhushana
Sri Lanka / Film Critic

Chuck Stephens
USA / Film Critic

Yu Gina
Korea / Film Professor at Dongguk University