Cinema Diverse, a free season of films organised by Films Forum, opened at BACC on 24th June and closed last night (a week earlier than originally scheduled). The closing film was Wisit Sasanatieng's cult Thai 'new wave' classic Tears Of The Black Tiger, a Spaghetti western influenced by Sergio Leone in a melodramatic, nostalgic 'lakorn' style. The director and cast-members were present for a Q&A after the screening. (Tears Of The Black Tiger has been shown previously at the National Film Archive, in 2010 and 2009.)
Wisit's other films are Citizen Dog, The Unseeable, The Red Eagle, the music video เราเป็นคนไทย, the short film Norasinghavatar, and a segment of the anthology film Sawasdee Bangkok. He also designed the posters for the Bangkok International Film Festival in 2008 and 2009, and wrote the script for Nang Nak.