Terracotta Far East Film Festival 2014 Tickets On Sale

Organisers for the Terracotta Far East Film Festival 2014 have announced that tickets are now on sale. Here are the details:

Terracotta Far East Film Festival runs from 23 May to 1 June at the Institute of Contemporary Arts and the Prince Charles Cinema, with an exceptional line-up of films, including many rare or one-off screenings, plus director and actor Q&As and masterclasses.

Erik Matti’s break-through crime thriller, ON THE JOB opens our Spotlight On: Philippines strand on Friday 23 May, with the director in attendance.

Don’t miss your chance to see Kim Ki-duk’s daring drama, MOEBIUS, or catch Dante Lam’s critically acclaimed, mixed martial arts actioner, UNBEATABLE.

Jackie Chan is back in crazy action caper, CHINESE ZODIAC, while Donnie Yen kicks underworld ass in SPECIAL ID.

Watch Andy Lau save Hong Kong in FIRESTORM and delve into the world of Filipino B movies with Andrew Leavold’s fascinating documentary, THE SEARCH FOR WENG WENG.

Takashi Miike’s jaw-dropping LESSON OF EVIL kicks off the Terror Cotta Horror All-nighter, followed by provocative psychological thriller, KILLERS from Indonesian directing duo The Mo Brothers and Executive Producer Gareth Evans.

These are just a few of the highlights from our ten day, two venue festival, but there’s much, much more. Find out everything you need to know here: terracottafestival.com

And look for further updates on Twitter and Facebook!  

Early Bird Pass for only £65!

Want to see it all?

An Early Bird Pass will get you a seat for all Current Asian Cinema screenings at the Prince Charles Cinema.* Buy before midnight on Monday 5 May and take advantage of this limited special offer.

They’ll go quickly – buy your Early Bird Pass now!

*Excludes Terror Cotta Horror All-nighter.

Anime UK News have already provided a preview of the festival and the films on offer so why not check that out and see what you may want to watch at the festival. To buy tickets for Terracotta Far East Film Festival, click here.


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