Asia Pacific Screen Awards (APSA) and the Sun Yat-Sen Cultural Foundation today launched a new script development fund, the APSA Academy Sun Yat-Sen Bo Ai Film Fund. Exclusive to APSA Academy members, the fund supports a film project which demonstrates cinematic excellence and aligns with the Foundations Ideals: the embodiment of the ‘Bo Ai’ (Universal Compassion) spirit, promotion of tolerance, inspiring positive change and fostering the human spirit.
The successful recipient of the Fund will receive AU$20,000 and will be announced by Secretary-General of the Sun Yat-Sen Cultural Foundation, Alexandra Sun, during the 12th Asia Pacific Screen Awards in Brisbane, Australia on 29 November.
About the Sun Yat-Sen Cultural Foundation
The Sun Yat-Sen Cultural Foundation was founded by Sun family members and professionals in the fields of academia and the arts, with the initiative to carry on the legacy and humanist ideas of Dr. Sun, to support constructive cultural developments in Greater China and beyond, and to inspire positive changes through the media, education and cultural projects. Some recent projects include China-Africa Wildlife and Wildlands Conservation, Women Empowerment, the Sun Yat-Sen Bo Ai Award, Focus on Environmental Conservation and Climate Change, Educational projects and student exchanges.
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