Eye Catcher International Pitching Forum 2022: Jury Members



Shelly Kraicer was born in Toronto, Canada, and received a BA in philosophy at Yale University. He lived in Beijing, China for eleven years, where he studied Chinese language and researched and wrote about the Chinese language cinemas of China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. He has curated retrospectives on the Fourth Generation of Chinese directors, on Hong Kong art cinema, and career retrospectives of Johnnie To and Qiu Jiongjiong. In 2015 co-organized Cinema on the Edge, an international touring series of contemporary independent Chinese films. He has published in Cinema Scope, Cineaste, Screendaily, the Village Voice, and the New York Times, and has translated subtitles for over 40 recent Chinese films. He is currently a programmer at the International Film Festival Rotterdam.

Shelly KRAICER生於加拿大多倫多,畢業於耶魯大學並取得哲學學士學位。他曾於北京生活 11年,學習中文並研究和撰寫關於兩岸三地的華語電影。他曾策劃中國第四代導演的回顧展、香港藝術電影展覽,以及杜琪峰和邱烔烔的回顧展。2015 年,他與友人共同創辦了「邊緣影像」,策劃中國當代獨立電影的國際巡展。他曾在《Cinema Scope》、 《Cineaste》、《Screendaily》、《Village Voice》和《紐約時報》發表文章,並為40多部近年的中國電影翻譯字幕。他目前為鹿特丹國際影展的選片人。

Jeremy CHUA 蔡紹勇


Jeremy CHUA is a Singaporean film producer and screenwriter. He started his career in film exhibition and distribution, working at independent art space The Substation, curatorial label Lowave Paris, and production house Akanga Film Asia. Since 2014, he founded Potocol, a film company focused on development and co-production of independent Asian films. He wrote and co-produced his first film, A Yellow Bird by K. Rajagopal, which premiered at 55th Cannes Critics’ Week and is currently available on Netflix. He has also co-produced Brotherhood by Pepe Diokno (Karlovy Vary IFF 2016), A Lullaby to the Sorrowful Mystery by Lav Diaz (Silver Bear, Berlinale 2016), A Family Tour by Ying Liang (Opening Film, International Competition Locarno IFF 2018), Motel Acacia by Bradley Liew (Tokyo IFF 2019), A Love Unknown by John Clang (IFF Rotterdam 2020), Death of Nintendo by Raya Martin (Berlinale Generation K Plus), Fan Girl by Antoinette Jadaone (Tokyo IFF 2020), Faraway My Shadow Wandered by Liao Jiekai and Sudhee Liao (Singapore IFF 2020) and Rehana Maryam Noor by Abdullah Mohammad Saad (Cannes Un Certain Regard 2021). He is an alumnus of EAVE Ties That Bind 2013, Produire au sud 2015, Berlinale Talents 2017, SEAFIC 2017 and Torino Film Lab 2018. From 2014 to 2019, he worked as Festival Lounge coordinator at the Singapore International Film Festival. He is also a programmer at Pingyao International Film Festival under Marco Mueller since 2017.

蔡紹勇是新加坡的電影監製和編劇,入行初期主力電影展覽和發行工作,曾在獨立藝術空間 The Substation、策展品牌 Lowave Paris 和製作公司 Akanga Film Asia工作。他在2014年創辦了電影公司Potocol,專注亞洲獨立電影的開發和聯合製作。由他編寫及聯合監製,他的首部電影,K. Rajagopal 導演的《一隻黃鳥》於第69届康城影展影評人周單元首映,目前亦在 Netflix上播放。他還共同監製Lav Diaz的《A Lullaby to the Sorrowful Mystery》(第 66 屆柏林影展銀熊獎)、應亮的《自由行》(2018年盧卡諾影展國際競賽單元開幕影片)、Bradley Liew 的《Motel Acacia》(2019 年東京國際電影節)、汪春龍的《A Love Unknown》(鹿特丹國際影展2020)和Abdullah Mohammad Saad的《Rehana Maryam Noor》(康城電影節 2021)等。他是EAVE Ties That Bind 2013、Produire au sud 2015、Berlinale Talents 2017、SEAFIC 2017 和 Torino Film Lab 2018的學員。2014年至2019年期間,他在新加坡國際電影節擔任節目統籌。自2017年起,他在平遙國際電影展跟隨Marco Müller擔任選片人。

Jia ZHAO 趙佳


Jia ZHAO is a Chinese-Dutch film producer based in Amsterdam. She founded MUYI FILM and SILK ROAD FILM SALON in 2012. The latter is co-founded with Afghan-Dutch film director Aboozar Amini and has as primary focus on regions along the ancient trade route Silk Road. Jia is fluent in Chinese, Japanese, English and Dutch. Coming from Asia and based in Europe, Jia skillfully matches resources from the East and West to nurture and mentor emerging voices and to bring authentic stories to the world in high cinematic quality. In 2021, A Marble Travelogue by Sean Wang was selected for IDFA Frontlight and I’m So Sorry (co-producer) by Zhao Liang for the Cannes film festival. From 2015 to 2019 her works Mr. Hu and the Temple, Fallen Flowers Thick Leaves, Lady of the Harbour, Kabul, City in the Wind, Smog Town (co-producer) have been shortlisted for IDFA Competition section for five times in a row, with Kabul, City in the Wind being the opening film for IDFA 2018, and awarded Special Jury Award for First Appearance Competition. In 2019, Inner Landscape was chosen as the closing film for IFFR2019. Her work The Crow Is Beautiful (co-director) was selected for IDFA 2017 Masters.

趙佳是一位居於阿姆斯特丹的華裔荷蘭電影監製。她在 2012 年創辦了 MUYI FILM,並與荷蘭籍阿富汗導演 Aboozar Amini 共同創辦SILK ROAD FILM SALON,關注絲綢之路地域的電影發展。趙佳精通中文、日文、英文與荷蘭語。來自亞洲,扎根歐洲,她融匯東西方的資源以培養和發掘新銳的人才,製作高質素的影視作品。2021 年,王申的《石史詩》入選阿姆斯特丹國際紀錄片節(IDFA)Frontlight 單元,趙亮的《無去來處》(聯合製作)入選康城電影節。2015 年至 2019 期間,她的作品《胡先生和廟》、《落下花長滿葉》、《芳舟》、《風中之城喀布爾》、《Smog Town》(聯合監製)連續五次入圍 IDFA 競賽 單元,其中《風中之城喀布爾》更是IDFA 2018年的開幕電影,並獲得評審特別獎。2019 年,作品《內心風景》被選為IFFR 2019的閉幕電影。她的作品《烏鴉是美麗的》(聯合導演)入選IDFA 2017 年大師單元。

Wonder WONG 翁煌德


Wonder Wong is the executive director of the Taiwan Film Critics Society and runs the Facebook page “nofilmnome”. His film reviews, interviews and articles have appeared in Initium Media, Funscreen, Opinion.udn, PTS NEWS, The News Lens, VERSE, Up Media, etc. He was the curator of Zhongli Arts Cinema, Fuzhong 15 – New Taipei City Documentary Cinema and i-FUN film festival and was a jury member of the Taipei Film Festival – International New Talent Competition – Taiwan Film Critics Society Award and the Golden Harvest Awards for Outstanding Short Films – Film Critics Award.


TENG Chao-Ming 鄧兆旻


TENG Chao-Ming graduated from the Media Arts and Sciences program at MIT and currently works as the Director of Giloo Inc., a new online streaming and distribution platform focusing on documentaries and experimental films. TENG is also an active visual artist in the international contemporary art world. He has been invited to show at institutions and biennials around the world, and is completing his latest public art commission for STOA169 foundation (Germany).

畢業於台大電機資訊學院與麻省理工學院,現任 Giloo 紀實影音總監,致力為紀實影像與獨立電影透過網路與數位平台,打開更寬廣的發行與欣賞管道。鄧兆旻同時活躍於當代藝術領域,長期於各地重要藝術機構及雙年展展出作品,以及獲邀至北極圈藝術與科技計畫、香港 Para Site 中心與法國 Villa Arson 等機構擔任駐村藝術家。最近即將完成德國 STOA169 基金會邀請製作之公共藝術作品。

Winne TSANG 曾麗芬

Hong Kong

Winnie TSANG is the Managing Director of Golden Scene Company Ltd. New directors of the 25 local films Tsang distributed have received 19 Best New Directors nominations with 7 wins at the Hong Kong Film Awards. She co-founded Hong Kong Kids International Film Festival in 2017. In 2021, Tsang has her dream come true by opening the first Golden Scene Cinema.


May FUNG 馮美華

Hong Kong

Fung has been creating video artworks since 1986 and formed a new media art group Videotage with three other artists: Ellen PAU, WONG Chi Fai and MAO Man-yu. She is currently the chairperson of ACO (Art & Culture Outreach) and has been engaged in works of independent video arts, art administration, education and programming. She’s also an examiner and consultant of the Hong Kong Arts Development Council.


Ray YEUNG 楊曜愷

Hong Kong

Yeung has been the chairman of the Hong Kong Lesbian & Gay Film Festival Society since 2000, organising the Hong Kong Lesbian and Gay Film Festival. His third feature film Suk Suk was screened at the Busan International Film Festival 2019 and 70 Internationalen Filmfestspiele Berlin in 2020. The movie received numerous awards and nominations and was highly regarded by internationally renowned film festivals and professional film organisations.


Eye Catcher Incubation Award Jury Members:

陳卓卓(文藝復興基金會 理事會主席)
Cherry Chan (Chairperson – Renaissance Foundation)

白雙全(文藝復興基金會 理事)
Pak Sheung Chuen (Council Member – Renaissance Foundation)

柴子文(文藝復興基金會 及 奪目影像 總監)
Samuel Chai Ziwen (Director General – Renaissance Foundation & Eye Catcher)

曾慶宏(奪目影像 創意總監)
Hing Weng Eric Tsang (Creative Director – Eye Catcher)

李哲昕(文藝復興基金會 青年理事)
Jill Li (Youth Board – Renaissance Foundation)