A New Old Play was named best film in the Chinese section, while Mediterranean Fever took best film in the World section.
Golden Horse has set Coo-Coo 043 as this year’s opening film, while Cheng Wei-hao’s Marry My Dead Body will close the festival.
Eric Gravel’s Full Time was presented with best director and best actress at fifth edition of the awards.
Goran Stolevski’s horror drama You Won’t Be Alone took best film at this year’s Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival.
Fiona Ruan Fengyi’s American Girl took best narrative feature at the awards, held during the Taipei International Film Festival.
Korean talent took two of the top awards, with Park Chan-wook winning best director and Song Kang-ho taking best actor.
Lee Jang-hoon’s Miracle: Letters To The President was presented with the Golden Mulberry, while China’s Return To Dust and Too Cool To Kill took multiple awards.
Other award winners include Angry Son, directed by Japan’s Kasho Iizuka, and Longman Leung’s Anita, which took the Audience Award and a special mention.
Osaka Asian Film Festival (OAFF, March 10-20) has unveiled its biggest ever line-up with 76 films and 24 world premieres, including two in its competition section – Mama’s Affair, from Hong Kong director Kearen Pang, and Angry Son from Japan’s Kasho Iizuka.