奈派克，全名為「亞洲電影促進聯盟」（NETPAC, Network for Promotion of Asian Cinema），成立於一九九○年，為一推廣亞洲電影的國際組織，目前與超過三十個以上的國際影展合作，在影展中設立最佳亞洲電影奈派克獎。二○○七年起，為鼓勵亞洲新銳導演，金馬影展增設奈派克獎，舉凡當屆入選的亞洲新銳導演之長片作品，皆有機會入圍並角逐首獎。
Network for Promotion of Asian Cinema (NETPAC) is an international organization established in 1990 to promote Asian cinema. It has collaborated with over thirty international film festivals to present NETPAC Award in recognition of best Asian film. Starting from 2007, Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival has added NETPAC Award to encourage emerging Asian director; selected feature films by Asian new talent are eligible for this award.
Sam Ho is a curator, researcher, teacher, writer and critic. Based in Hong Kong and the United States, Ho focuses his study on the history of Hong Kong cinema. He had curated film programs as well as given lectures and speeches all over the world.
David Lee is the Vice Chairman of the Singapore Film Society, and co-festival director of the annual Singapore Chinese Film Festival. In 2019, David has been profiled by Screen International as one of thirty “Future Leaders of Film Festivals Programmers and Curators” to watch out for.
Chan Cheng Te, a senior film critic from Taiwan. He has been working in Edward Yang's Film Studio, for the production of Edward Yang’s A Confucian Confusion. His book A Moviegoer is the collection of his film criticism, which won the 2016 Taipei International Book Exhibition Non-Fiction Award.