LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The award nominations of the first Aollywood Five Continents International Film Festival announced in Los Angeles.
The Aollywood Five Continents Film Festival was founded in Macau, China, on September 8, 2022. It is a global international film festival hosted by the Aollywood Producers Association. The name of the award is Golden Jasmine Awards.
The selection period for the Golden Jasmine Awards in the first Aollywood Five Continents Film Festival is from January 1, 2021, to December 31, 2021.
In the main competition unit of five continents films that have attracted much attention, five films of "Drive My Car," " The Power of the Dog," "King Richard," "The Worst Man in the World" and "Mogadishu" won the Best Global Picture. The Japanese film “Drive My Car,” with its exquisite dramatic structure and unique artistic temperament, is a rare non-English film masterpiece that actively explores and innovates the development of film art in 2021. "The Power of the Dog" has delicate brushwork, rich details, and bright and full characters. It has won numerous awards at major film festivals before. "King Richard" is inspirational and touching, making the audience feel the greatness of education, which crosses national and national boundaries. "The Worst Person in the World" presents the plight of older women in European cities in a playful way, directed by delicate technique that trigger the emotional resonance in the audience. “Mogadishu" is Korea's entry for "Best Global Picture" at the 2022 Academy Awards, which is a cinematic and artistic narration of a real diplomatic incident that happened to a Korean diplomat in Mogadishu during a special historical period, showing the glory of humanity and national emotions in the face of life and death.
The five films mentioned above are all highly acclaimed and influential films in their respective countries and regions in 2021, and deserve to be nominated for the Golden Jasmine Awards at the first Aollywood Five Continents Film Festival.
In the Best Global Director competition, Kenneth Charles Branagh (U.K) for "Belfast," Steven Spielberg (U.S) for "West Side Story," Jane Campion (New Zealand) for "The Power of the Dog," Ryûsuke Hamaguchi (Japan) for "Drive My Car," and T.J. Gnanavel (India) for " Jai Bhim."