Our first ever giveaway has come to an end, and we a re truly happy to announce the list of winners. Some geographical restrictions did apply, so a number of the winners ended up with more than one present. Anyway, here is the list of the winners and their “spoils” . We will contact the winners through Youtube, so please check the video comments

The winners of one copy of One Cut Of The Dead, courtesy of Third Window Films are:

  • Sharon Walsh Connecticut, USA
  • Wan Dinnie. Malaysia.
  • Fabio Canessa, Alghero, Italy

The winner of 4 Chirashi, courtesy of JPosters.net is :

Earl Jackson, Taichung, Taiwan

The winners of Absurd Accident and Who Killed Cock Robin?, courtesy of Cheng Cheng Films, are:

  • Jeffrey Wang, Los Angeles, CA, USA (Absurd Accident)
  • Jonathan Rock Tavern NY, USA (Who Killed Cock Robyn?)

The winners of 2 of This is Not A Khavn Collection and 2 of KFC, courtesy of Spectrum Films are:

  • Christian P. Labadan Manila, Philippines (This is not A Khavn Collection)
  • Markus Viehauser, Vienna, Austria (This is not A Khavn Collection)
  • Aura Gail Acas Antipolo City, Philippines (KFC)
  • Exene Cervenka. Victoria, Australia (KFC)

The Winners of 2x GYO Tokyo Fish Attack, 2x The King of Pigs, 2x Crocodile, 2x Return to Burma, 2x Sparrow, 2x Moebius, courtesy of Terracotta Distribution are:

  • David Brook, Lincoln, UK (Tokyo Fish Attack, The King of Pigs)
  • Natalie Cotterill UK Nottingham (Tokyo Fish Attack, The King of Pigs)
  • Lee Hughes manchester england (Crocodile, Return to Burma)
  • Paweł Głuszcz, Warsaw, Poland (Moebius, Sparrow)
  • Steve Moore from harrow,london uk (Crocodile, Return to Burma
  • Toms Lukjanovs Northern Ireland (Moebius Sparrow)

My name is Panos Kotzathanasis and I am Greek. Being a fan of Asian cinema and especially of Chinese kung fu and Japanese samurai movies since I was a little kid, I cultivated that love during my adolescence, to extend to the whole of SE Asia. Starting from my own blog in Greek, I then moved on to write for some of the major publications in Greece, and in a number of websites dealing with (Asian) cinema, such as Taste of Cinema, Hancinema, EasternKicks, Chinese Policy Institute, and of course, Asian Movie Pulse. in which I still continue to contribute. In the beginning of 2017, I launched my own website, Asian Film Vault, which I merged in 2018 with Asian Movie Pulse, creating the most complete website about the Asian movie industry, as it deals with almost every country from East and South Asia, and definitely all genres. You can follow me on Facebook and Twitter.