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48 Hour
Film Challenge
48 Hours. Full Speed We Strike For. Hesitate No More.
Challenge Time – 17 Aug (Fri) 7pm to 19 Aug (Sun) 7pm
50 Participating Teams: Results Announced
2015-16
Past Event
People Cinema
Free from the theatre’s constraints, discover extraordinary cinematic experiences in public spaces under the moonlight.
Upcoming Screening
"A Scene at the Sea"
Hong Kong PHAB Association Jockey Club PHAB Camp Swimming Pool
13 July 2018 (Fri) 8:00pm
2015-16
Past Event
Community Tour
Showcase creative works and ideas at schools to sow the seeds of creativity and cultivate learning by looking at the world from various points of view.
2015-16
Past Event
Master Class
Local and overseas image, animation and media art masters abroad will share their secrets to creativity.
2015-16
Past Event
Carnival
Coming Soon in Late 2018
Enjoy the outdoor cinema under the starry night, participate in collective art-making workshops, and experience the illusionary tricks of light and shadow play. A two-day carnival dedicated to moving images, film and video, installation, live music and pop-up market.
2015-16
Past Event
New Work
Series
Commission local visual media talents to wow the audience at ifva Everywhere Carnival.
2015-16
Past Event
About Jockey Club ifva Everywhere
The city is the cinema
A century ago, when films were not yet shown in the cinema, people gathered on the street for the plays of light and shadow. Nowadays, moving images not only exist on screen but also on televisions, and even 4-inch portable screens. In a city of omnipresent images, you are invited to join us to discover some even more extraordinary film viewing experiences.
Organised by the Hong Kong Arts Centre and exclusively funded by The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, Jockey Club ifva Everywhere will bring you a series of exciting events, covering short films, videos, animation and media arts. Come and delve into the world of moving images, and explore boundless viewing experiences that build up the independent spirit and creative communities.
Contact Us
Telephone 852- 2824 5329
Fax 852- 2519 2056
E-mail ifva@hkac.org.hk
Address ifva, 8/F, Hong Kong Arts Centre, 2 Harbour Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
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Have you got awesome images appearing in your mind all the time? The muse comes and goes, and if you miss out one chance, a heartrending story might have been wasted – so, when ideas pop up, grab it and go for it! Jockey Club ifva Everywhere – 48 Hour Film Challenge will be an opportunity for you to turn the freshest ideas into a 5 to 8 minute indie short film!

50 teams is selected to participate in the Film Challenge and the results have been announced!

In 2 days and 2 nights with limited time and resources, a challenge on team spirit would put participants’ creativity and organization skills to the test. Survive through writing plots and scripts, shooting and post-production. Teams who sprint to the finish line with completed short films will be eligible to compete for the “Jury Prize” (cash prize of HK$50,000) and the “Audience Prize” (cash prize of HK$50,000) !
Participating Teams Results
(Chinese version only)
Date: 13 July 2018 (Fri)
Time: 8:00pm
Swimming time: 7:00pm
Venue: Hong Kong PHAB Association Jockey Club PHAB Camp Swimming Pool (75 Pokfulam Reservoir Road, Hong Kong)
(Map: https://goo.gl/maps/sVujmJLMgT32)
Free of charge. First-come-first-served.
Online registration for electronic tickets begins at 12 noon 3 July (Tue).
A Scene at the Sea

Director: Takeshi Kitano
Japan / 1991 / Col / 101’ / In Japanese with English subtitles

An early masterpiece by the acclaimed Japanese Director Takeshi Kitano

A deaf-dumb teenager working as a garbage collector happens upon a battered surfboard, which plants in him the dream of becoming a surf champion. His girlfriend, also deaf-dump, lends him her support during the difficult practice sessions and competitions. Though trapped in silence, their expression of love is no less profound.

A lyrical masterpiece reminding us that images are often as powerful as words. This is Kitano's gift.

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