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"Nevertheless, History Continues" Media Arts Exhibition
2019-07-18
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2018-04-26
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The 22nd ifva Awards-Media Art Category Finalist Exhibition and Result Announcement
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2016-03-16
The 21st ifva Awards Presentation Ceremony
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ifva Young Filmmakers 2015/16 - Highlight
2016-03-01
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The 20th ifva Awards - Media Art Category Finalist Exhibition and Result Announcement
2015-03-24
The 20th ifva Awards - Media Art Category Finalist Exhibition and Result Announcement
2015-03-24
ifva Young Filmmakers 2014/15
2015-03-05
Video Highlight of all Gold Award short films
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The 19th ifva Festival: CINEMA 2.0 - New Playable Art
2014-07-06
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2014-05-28
ifva+ Dec: Storytelling — How to interpret a story?
2014-04-29
ifva+ Nov: Storytelling — How to film?
2014-04-28
The 19th ifva Awards Ceremony
2014-03-22
The Malaysian Chinese Perspective: Independent Shorts by Tan Chui-mui
2014-02-23
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2014-02-07
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2013-05-03
Wan Chai Imagery Youth Short Film Workshop
2013-04-10
The 16th ifva Festival highlight
2012-06-01
The 15th ifva Festival highlights
2011-06-01
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2010-06-14
15 years of ifva
2009-11-25
"Nevertheless, History Continues" Media Arts Exhibition
2019-07-18
Co-presented by Korean Cultural Center in Hong Kong, ifva, Hong Kong Arts Centre, and MMCA (National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea) Residency Goyang, the exhibition commemorates the 100th Anniversary of the March 1st Movement and the Establishment of the Korean Provisional Government, by spotlighting the meaning of the March 1st Movement with worldwide and contemporary perspective, and interprets it through media art works of four artists from Korea and three from Hong Kong.
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