Vietnamese movie The Third Spouse wins one other worldwide prize
The Third Spouse has gained the TVE- One other Look award on the San Sebastian Movie Competition 2018 in Spain.
The movie, directed by Vietnamese feminine director Nguyen Phuong Anh (Ash Mayfair), had earlier gained a prize on the Toronto movie competition.
The TVE – One other Look Award was instituted by the RTVE firm for the San Sebastian Worldwide Movie Competition. It goals to get rid of all discriminatory boundaries, promote social and labour inclusion, facilitate equal alternatives and reward movies specializing in topics associated to the feminine world directed and written by ladies, or starring ladies in a significant position.
“I need to thank all the ladies in my life and each single feminine artist, you’re the ones who lit the torch for us to go in the correct path. I need to dedicate this award to all the feminine filmmakers on the market,” Phuong Anh stated in her acceptance speech.
The film script relies on the true story. Set in 19th century of Vietnam, 14-year-old Could (Tra My) is able to turn into the third spouse of a rich landowner. Little does she know that her hidden needs will take her unexpectedly and pressure her to choose between dwelling in security and being free.
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That is the primary full-length characteristic movie by Phuong Anh. She had earlier accomplished quick movies like Grasshopper, No Exit and Males.
The Third Spouse can be screened subsequent on the Busan Worldwide Movie Competition in South Korea.
Nguyen Phuong Anh, born in Ho Chi Minh Metropolis, has two masters levels on movie making within the U.S. and U.Okay.
The 66th San Sebastian Worldwide Movie Competition was held in San Sebastian metropolis, Spain from September 21 to 29. This yr, Spanish director Isaki Lacuesta’s Between Two Sisters gained the prize for Greatest Movie, whereas the Particular Jury Prize went to Filipino director Brillante Mendoza for Alpha, The Proper to Kill.
Take a look at the trailer for The Third Spouse beneath: