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2010 Shanghai International Film Festival

2010 Shanghai International Film Festival
Location Shanghai, China
Language International

The 2010 Shanghai International Film Festival is the 13th such festival devoted to international cinema to be held in Shanghai, China. It was held from June 12–20, 2010.[1][2][3]

2327 movies from 81 countries and regions have entered their names for Golden Goblet Award. Five northern European nations, Canada, Germany, Italy, Ireland, Japan, Israel, China and Taiwan showed their films during the Shanghai International Film Festival dedicate for the ongoing Shanghai Expo. In the festival the films echoing with environmental topics because of the World Expo Shanghai's theme "Better City, Better Life."[2] 300 foreign and domestic films were screened in China at 25 cinemas.[4]

The SIFF announced two film projects, CFPC (China Film Pitch and Catch) and Co-FPC (Co-production Film Pitch and Catch) to promote rising filmmakers.[5]

In 2010 SIFFORUM successfully invited Weinstein Company CEO Harvey Weinstein, China Film Group Cooperation chairman Han San Ping, Polybona Films president Yu Dong, plus well-known Chinese directors Feng Xiaogang, He Ping, Wang Xiaoshuai, Leon Dai, Pang Ho-Cheung and Korean director Kang Je-Gyu.[6]

The seven-member jury panel was chaired by Hollywood-based Chinese director John Woo. Lots of Chinese actress, stars presents on the open ceremony, like Lin Peng, Gan Tingting, Che Yongli, Zhang Jingchu and actor Huang Xiaoming, Gong Xinliang and Hong Kong actor Kar-Ying, Claire Danes and her husband, actor Hugh Dancy, Barbie Hsu, Eddie Peng and Chinese actress Yuan Xinyu, Gong Li and actor John Cusack, Adam Brody, Li Bingbing and Hong Kong actor Daniel Wu, the Korean actress Da-hae Lee, Ruby Lin and actor Mike He, Miss World Zhang Zilin of China, Maria Grazia Cucinotta, Hong Kong actress and singer Gillian Chung and director Jeffrey Lau, the Hong Kong actress Cecilia Cheung, Chinese actress Zhao Wei, Director Feng Xiaogang and his actress wife Xu Fan and artists Wang Ziwen, Li Chen, Zhang Jingchu, Lu Yi and producer Wang Zhonglei, Yvonne Yung, Luc Besson, artists Zhang Yang, Gao Yuanyuan, Li Xiaorang, Ruby Lin, Wang Luodan and Liu Ye, and Malaysian-born international artist, Michelle Yeoh. [7][8]


The jury members were:[9]

In competition

Title Director Country
Shanghai Mikael Håfström United States
Deep in the Clouds Liu Jie China
Océans Jacques Perrin France
Ocean Heaven Xue Xiaolu China
Kiss Me Again Gabriele Muccino Italy
Fifty Dead Men Walking [11] Kari Skogland Canada
The Wild Hunt [11] Alexandre Franchi Canada
The Extraordinary Adventures of Adèle Blanc-Sec Luc Besson France
Cast Me If You Can Atsushi Ogata Japan
Goodbye Mom Jeong Gi-hun South Korea
Crossing the Mountain Yang Rui China
Lan Jiang Wenli China


Golden Goblet Awards

Awards Winners Country
Best Film Kiss Me Again Italy
Jury Grand Prix Deep in the Clouds China
Best Director Liu Jie for Deep in the Clouds China
Best Screenplay Gabriele Muccino for Kiss Me Again Italy
Best Actor Christian Ulmen Germany
Best Actress Vittoria Puccini Italy

Asian New Talent Award

  • Best Director
    • Ki-Hoon Jund (Korea) for Goodbye Mom
  • Best Film
  • Jury Prix
    • Jin-ho Choi (Korea) for The Executioner

See also

  • 16th Shanghai Television Festival June 7 to June 11
  • Ye Dian
  • Yang Qing


External links

  • Official website
  • 2009 Shanghai International Film Festival
  • Shanghai International Film Festival
  • 2010 Shanghai International Film Festival
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