NETPAC

AcronymDefinition
NETPACNetwork for the Promotion of Asian Cinema (Singapore)
NETPACNetwork Packet Access Concentrator (Xylan)
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With a PhD in film studies from the University of Paris she is a Founder-President of NETPAC (Network for the Promotion of Asian Cinema), Founder-Director of Cinefan, Festival of Asian Cinema, (now Ossian's-Cinefan Festival of Asian and Arab Cinema) and Founder-Editor of Cinemaya, The Asian Film Quarterly besides being a Trustee of the Public Service Broadcasting Trust, India and Forum for Art Beyond Borders, India and a talented artist.
About Elly" also shared the NETPAC Jury Award with Thailand's "Agrarian Utopia" at the 18th Brisbane International Film Festival (BIFF) in Australia.
Other award winners included Ozcan Alper's Autumn, which took home the NETPAC (Network for the Promotion of Asian Cinema) prize for best Asian film.
Funded by the ADFF, the film was also in the Official Selection at Toronto International Film Festival and won the NETPAC Award for Best Asian Film at Berlinale 2013, the Special Jury Prize at Cairo Film Festival 2012, the Jury Prize at Oran Arab Film Festival 2012 and the Don Quixote Award at Carthage Film Festival 2012 in Tunisia.
ADFF's 2011 NETPAC (Network for the Promotion of Asian Cinema) Award went to Gemma Atwal's "Marathon Boy.
Sen, who won the NETPAC award for best film for Mr And Mrs Iyer a few years ago, fell back on tired cliches when stressing the importance of the organisation, which has " built a constituency for Asian cinema on the world stage.
NETPAC (Network for the Promotion of Asian Cinema) is the leading platform for the discovery and promotion of Asian cinema.
His 'Those Three' won the NETPAC award of the 60th Locarno Film Festival in Switzerland.
NETPAC represented 62% of the number of Internet customers of Telepac.
Internet growth was mostly fueled by NETPAC, a pre-paid product applied to Internet access, which represents more than 60% of the Telepac's Internet customers.
Since the end of June 1996 the number of clients increased by 172% primarily fueled by NETPAC (a prepaid product using the same concept of MIMO applied to Internet access), which represents 57% of the number of Internet customers of Telepac.