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Woo Ming Jin has the distinction of being the first Malaysian director to have his films screened in Cannes, Berlin and Venice film festivals. He is the one of the most acclaimed directors to emerge from Southeast Asia, winning more than 10 international awards in film festivals. His first film Monday Morning Glory (2005) screened at the Berlin and Locarno Film Festivals, while his second, Elephant and the Sea (2007), won awards in Torino Film Festival, Cinema Digital Seoul, Portugal and Spain, and has been invited to more than 50 film festivals. Woman on Fire Looks for Water (2009) premiered at the Venice International Film Festival, and has played in Pusan, Rotterdam, Los Angeles and the Pompidou Center in Paris, among many others. It has won awards in Manila,
and been on numerous top ten best independent films of 2009. The Tiger Factory (2010), only the third film in Malaysian history to be selected to the Cannes Film Festival, premiered at the Director’s Fortnight, and has since been shown in more than 30 festivals, winning the Special Jury Mention at the Tokyo Film Festival in 2010. His most recent short film The Girl in the Water, won Denmark’s Academy Award (co-directed by Jeppe Ronde) for Best Short Film in 2012. His newest project, The Second Life of a Thief, has been awarded financial support from the Hubert Bals Fund, as well the Switzerland’s Vision Sud Est, and is due to be completed in 2014. Ming Jin is also a partner in Greenlight Pictures, which produces numerous content for television, including tv shows, branded content, commercials and movies.