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14:35 - 13th March 2012, by David West

Pan-Asia Film Festival 2012

The Pan-Asia Film Festival is on now and runs up until Sunday 18th March, bringing with it films from India, Kazakhstan, Japan, China, Tibet, Iran, Taiwan, and South Korea at three different venues across London.

Here's a brief rundown of what you can see:

Starry, Starry Night
13 March 2012,20.30 - Venue: Prince Charles Cinema
A coming-of-age story from Taiwanese director Tom Lin, starring Xu Jiao from Stephen Chow's CJ7.

Three And A Half
14 March 2012, 18.45 - Venue: Asia House
From Iran comes this drama about three women released from prison, all hoping to escape from Iran.

The Sun-Beaten Path
16 March 2012, 20.30 - Venue: Prince Charles Cinema
First-time director Sonthar Gyal crafts a cinematic journey through Tibet as the story follows a young man's trek from Lhasa to his home in a remote part of the north-eastern Tibetan Plateau.

Come Rain, Come Shine
17 March 2012, 14.00- Venue: Ciné Lumiere
A South Korean drama about a couple breaking up from director Lee Yoon-ki.

Mother's Paradise
17 March 2012, 20.30 - Venue: Prince Charles Cinema
From Kazakhstan comes this moving drama about a family struggling to make ends meet.

11 Flowers
18 March 2012, 20.15 - Venue: Ciné Lumiere
The UK premiere of the new film from Wang Xiao-Shuai is a semi-autobiographical tale about growing up during the Cultural Revolution.

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