Vancouver International Film Festival 2020

The highly anticipated 39th Vancouver International Film Festival will be back this year from the end of September for 14 days via VIFF Connect, the new online streaming platform, featuring 100 films from around the globe throughout the festival. Presented by Fairchild Media Group, Gateway Stream offers an incredible collection of East Asian movies for the public to appreciate different genres of Asian movies, including 5 Chinese masterpieces.

Fairchild TV and Fairchild Radio AM1470 jointly present: Twilight’s Kiss (Suk Suk)

Twilight’s Kiss won 2 main awards at the 39th Hong Kong Film Festival. The film’s lead actor Tai Bo captured the Best Actor honor while Patra Au earned the Best Supporting Actress Award. Their acting performance when confronting family conflicts and enduring social pressure in the movie was critically acclaimed.

The storyline centers around two elderly family men, who have never revealed their true sexual identities but fall for one another after being acquainted causally on the street in Hong Kong. They contemplated a possible future together while struggling to comprise their personal desire with the traditional expectations of their families. What choice will they make?

Talentvision and Fairchild Radio FM961 jointly present: Beauty Water

After 6 years in the making, Beauty Water, South Korea’s first horror animated movie adapted from the popular webtoon anthology “Tales of the Unusual”, has finally been released. The story has gone viral in Korea and surpassed Along with the Gods in popularity as it provides a dark view of using plastic surgery to change one’s socioeconomic standing. Moreover, the movie was featured in several international film and animation festivals this year, including the prestigious Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival in Spain, one of the top three fantasy genre film festivals in the world.

Beauty Water talks about a young overweight woman who is stressed by her appearance suddenly turns chic and beautiful after she has learnt about beauty water, a new liquid product that can transform people’s look. She starts to catch the attention of men and later signs a contract with an entertainment company. She even falls in love with a young and rich man! However, the terrifying side effects of beauty water eventually trigger awkward and creepy behavior.

The Vancouver International Film Festival 2020

Date: September 24 th – October 7th, 2020

To win free VIFF Connect streaming tickets to The Vancouver International Film Festival, please fill out the form for the lucky draw. You can also win streaming tickets if you tune into Talentvision’s Asian Magazine on September 19 (Saturday) at 8:00pm (PST) or Fairchild TV 1’s What’s On on September 20 (Sunday) at 7:40pm. Both shows will give you a sneak peek of what The Vancouver International Film Festival has to offer.

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