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Representing two of eight nominees all from Japan are Director Nobutero Uchida (L) and actors Shimmon Akaho (R) and Shinichi Nabeyama (2nd from R) of the film "Kaza-aana" and Director Yukiko Sode of the film "mime-mime" arriving for the Vancouver International film Festival 2008 Dragons and Tigers Award at the Empire Granville 7 Theater in Vancouver, British Columbia, October 2, 2008. Emily Tang and her film "Perfect Life" from Hong Kong/China won the $10,000 award for Young Cinema to a new director from the Asia-Pacific region given to a creative and innovative film, made early in the directors career, which has not yet won significant international recognition.
Vancouver International Film Festival, Bc - 03 Oct 2008
Vancouver International Film Festival, Bc - 03 Oct 2008
Vancouver International Film Festival, Bc - 03 Oct 2008
Vancouver International Film Festival, Bc - 03 Oct 2008
Vancouver International Film Festival, Bc - 03 Oct 2008
Vancouver International Film Festival, Bc - 03 Oct 2008
Vancouver International Film Festival, Bc - 03 Oct 2008

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Vancouver International Film Festival, Bc - 03 Oct 2008

Representing two of eight nominees all from Japan are Director Nobutero Uchida (L) and actors Shimmon Akaho (R) and Shinichi Nabeyama (2nd from R) of the film "Kaza-aana" and Director Yukiko Sode of the film "mime-mime" arriving for the Vancouver International film Festival 2008 Dragons and Tigers Award at the Empire Granville 7 Theater in Vancouver, British Columbia, October 2, 2008. Emily Tang and her film "Perfect Life" from Hong Kong/China won the $10,000 award for Young Cinema to a new director from the Asia-Pacific region given to a creative and innovative film, made early in the directors career, which has not yet won significant international recognition.

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