Thai LGBTQ+ film nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at Asian Film Festival 2020

Present Still Perfect, a Thai LGBTQ+ film directed by independent and LGBTQ+ filmmaker Anusorn Soisa-ngim has just been nominated for “Best Foreign Language Film” for the 2nd Annual Asian Film Festival Los Angeles Golden Diamond Awards 2020.

Hosted by the AFF Committee, the nominees were announced on Saturday, November 7 2020 in Maybourne Beverly Hill Los Angeles. The film festival will be held virtually on its official website and multimedia channel due to Covid-19 and its restrictions.

The festival will be held from November 1 – 14 2020.

The film has been nominated along with five others from Canada, China, Azerbaijan, and Laos.

Present Still Perfect  is a sequel to its first chapter, and revolves around the tumultuous and heartbreaking relationship between Toey, who falls in love with Oat, who is about to get married.

“I believe this film will give you so much joy, tears and the whole meaning of ‘love’, and the art of letting go,” Anusorn wrote on his Twitter page while promoting the film.

You can watch the trailer of the film here.

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