Jury Panel评审团名单評審團名單

Open Category

Ying Liang Cheung Kwok Ming Ma Fung Kwok Long Tin Felix Chong

Youth Category

Adam Wong Cheuk Wan Chi Tsang Tsui Shan Adrian Chow Tang Shu Wing

Animation Category

Lo Che Ying Tamás Waliczky Siuhak John Chan Alice Mak

Interactive Media Category

Chung Wai Ching, Bryan Hung Keung Cosmin Costinaş Jeffrey Shaw Conor Roche

Asian New Force Category

Clement Cheng Teresa Kwong Raymond Red Shek Kei Kawase Naomi

Open Category

Ying Liang is first and foremost a filmmaker. Born in Shanghai, Ying Liang studied in Beijing and Chongqing before choosing the city of Zigong in the Sichuan Province as his base. Ying Liang sees himself a director of dramatic films who makes ultra-low-budget features and advocates a “de-industrialized” and totally independent approach to filmmaking. Since his first film, a short, in 1999, Ying Liang has made four feature-length films and more than a dozen shorts and received an equal number of prizes at international film festivals. Ying Liang is also a film teacher and curator. In 2008, he became the program director of the Chongqing Independent Film & Video Festival and was a jury member of the NETPAC Award at Brisbane International Film Festival. In 2009, he became a principle lecturer for the Li Xianting Film School in Beijing. In 2010, he was made the Director of Education for the Li Xianting Film Fund and curator for the China Documentary Film Festival in Beijing. In the same year, he organized a ten-city screening tour of selections from the Chongqing Independent Film & Video Festival, which took place in several Chinese cities as well as in London, Cadiz, ect. Nowadays Ying Liang shuttles between Zigong, Chongqing, Beijing, Hong Kong and other cities teaching and curating to fulfill what he sees as the obligations of an independent filmmaker. He also shuttles around the world showing his films to fulfill a director’s obligations to his work.

Cheung Kwok Ming

Best Director at the 19th Taipei Golden Horse Awards 

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Ma Fung Kwok is an experienced film production administrator. Ma is the former Chairman of the Hong Kong Arts Development Council. He has deep knowledge of the operation of local and overseas performing arts groups as well as different modes of governance of performing arts venues. He was a member of the Consultative Committee on the Core Arts and Cultural Facilities of the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority, and Deputy Chairman of the Council of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. In 2004, Ma was awarded the Silver Bauhinia Star (S.B.S) by the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region for his distinguished public and community service and his dedication and commitment to the cultural and arts sector, in particular the film industry.

Long Tin, culture curator; film, book, theatre and novel critic; media practitioner; screenwriter and playwright; university guest lecturer. Long Tin was also the juror of the Taipei Golden Horse Film Awards, the FIPRESCI Prize and the Hong Kong Film Award. He is the author of several books, including The Poverty of Christianity(1986), Men Like to be Cheated(1987), Noise(2001), Wanderer and the Shadow(2001, 2005), Post-97 and HK Cinema(2003), Hatred, or Love of Stalking(2005), The Fate of Narcissus(2006), (Mis)understanding and Lao Tze(2008), The Tomb of Film(2010), Code/decode(2011), Who the confessor was(2012) and more.

Felix Chong

Hong Kong famous film director and screenwriter

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Youth Category

Adam Wong‘s shorts Fish (1997), Ah Wai & Murphy (1999) and Glowing (2000) were awarded at ifva. His features include When Beckham Met Owen (2004, the Opening Film of the 1st Hong Kong Asian Film Festival and the winner of the Independent Spirits Award) and Magic Boy (2007, nominated for the best new director of the Hong Kong Film Awards). In 2009, together with other 6 Asian directors, he released the collaborative film The Moon of which he directed the short Pinwheel. In 2012 Adam wrote and directed the short film Secret Taste which is based on a true story. Adam is also a lecturer of the creative media courses at the School of Design, the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and the Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity. He is now in the post production process of his latest feature The Way We Dance.

Cheuk Wan Chi is a famous prolific creative from Hong Kong. Not only a long-serving primetime radio presenter and a stand-up comedian, Chi is also a columnist for various newspapers and magazines, whose popular publications make her one of Hong Kong’s most important voice.

As a screenwriter, she has won HKFCS Award Best Screenplay and nominated in Hong Kong Film Awards Best Screen Screenplay (Merry-Go-Round, 2001). Another two feature films she wrote was nominated in Berlin Golden Bear for Best Film (20 30 40, 2004) and Golden Bauhinia Best Screenplay (Exodus, 2007) accordingly.

Tsang Tsui Shan, graduated from the School of Film and TV of the Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts, she majored in sound design in 2001. Tsang later earned a Master of Fine Arts in Media Design and Technology program of the City University of Hong Kong in 2005.  Her works have been presented in countries such as Italy, Germany and Poland.  Her first narrative short Lonely Planet has won the Silver Award at ifva in 2004. In 2006, she started to participate in the production of commercial films, such as Lust Caution, The Mummy 3, Strawberry Cliff etc., working as assistant director, location sound assistant and production co-ordinator.  In the meantime, she continued to work on her independent films.  She finished her second narrative short Où est la sortie? in 2007, upon a grant awarded by the Alliance Française in Hong Kong. She was invited in 2008 by CHATEAU de PADIES to be the featured artist in France for a month.  In the same year, her first feature film Lovers On the Road has won the Best Drama Award of the 8th South Taiwan Film Festival. Tsang was awarded the Best New Director in the 31st Hong Kong Film Award and New Talent Award in the Hong Kong Asian Film Festival 2011 with her second feature film Big Blue Lake. Tsang is now the Production Director at River Vision Production.

Adrian Chow

Hong Kong Independent Musician

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Tang Shu Wing, a renowned Hong Kong theatre director and actor, former Dean of Drama of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts.

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Animation Category

Lo Che Ying is an animator and critic on animation. He worked for RTHK from 1978 to 1993 as an animation designer and at the same time, worked for several Hong Kong movies as effect animator. From 1977, he has produced a number of independent animations, including the four gold award works of Hong Kong Independent Short Film Festival, such as The Blue Moon, Night of a Sleepy Writer, The Men Who Shot Snapping Turtles and Senpei‘s Summer. Other important works includes The Forbidden Game, City of Suicide and i-city. Since the 1980s, he has hosted animation courses and lectures at Hong Kong Arts Centre, General Education Unit, University of Hong Kong and the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, etc. He is the curator of “60 Years of Hong Kong Animation “Exhibition in 2012. He is currently the honourable member of the Hong Kong Animation Filmmaker Society and Hong Kong Cantonese Cinema Study Association.

Tamás Waliczky, born in 1959, Budapest, Hungary. He started out by creating cartoon films (1968-83), then he worked as painter, illustrator and photographer. He began working with computers in 1983. He was artist-in-residence at the ZKM Institute for Visual Media in 1992, and subsequently a member of the Institute’s research staff (1993-1997) before taking up a guest professorship at the HBK Saar, Saarbrucken (1997-2002). The IAMAS in Gifu, Japan, has chosen Waliczky as artist-in-residence in 1998/99. From 2003 until 2005 he is professor at IMG, Fachhochschule Mainz. Between 2005 and 2010 he is at HBK Saar again, in this time as full time professor. Since September 2010 he is professor at School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong.

His works won numerous international awards, including the Golden Nica of Prix ARS Electronica, Linz, was shown in several exhibitions worldwide, including the Lyon Biennale, the ICC Gallery Tokyo, the Multimediale Karlsruhe and are in different public collections.

Siuhak, born as Chang Tze Hin in Hong Kong in 1974, a typical Libra.

Graduated from the School of Design of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University with a BA (Hons) in Design.

Has been working as a freelancer in local illustration, comics, animation, and scriptwriting since graduation.

Published his first solo comic album Fake Forensic Science in 2006,

from 2004 to 2008, working at Hong Kong Polytechnic University’s School of Design as a long-term guest lecturer,

started lyrics writing for Cantonese pop songs in 2008,

now living in Hangzhou.

John CHAN (Postgal Workshop)

the author of Din-dong

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Alice Mak, the illustrator of Mcmug and Mcdull character. From 1990, she created the McMug and McDull series with co-creator Brian Tse and licensed a series of related products. With the great popularity of characters, She started devoting into animation films, movies known respectively as My Life as McDull, McDull, Prince de la Bun and Mcdull – Kungfu Ding Ding Dong, which all gained strong and reputable recognition in local and overseas territories.

Mak has just finished on the fifth Mcdull movie Mcdull, The Pork of Music regarding to musical theme, has been released in August 2012.

Interactive Media Category

Chung Wai Ching, Bryan was born in Hong Kong and studied locally and in London. Currently an assistant professor (interactive art) at the Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University, he focuses primarily on interactive media productions, ranging from cd-rom, interactive installations to Internet installations. His works have been exhibited widely in Europe and Asia. He also provides consultancy for local interactive media design company. His latest research areas are on computational art and embodied interactivity.

Hung Keung is the Assistant Professor of School of Design, Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Director and Founder of innov + media lab (imhlab). In 2005, Hung Keung founded innov+media lab (imhk lab), focuses on new media art and design research in relation to Chinese philosophy and interactivity.

Cosmin Costinaş is the Executive Director/Curator of Para/Site Art Space, Hong Kong. He was the Curator of BAK, basis voor actuele kunst, Utrecht, Netherlands (2008-2011), co-curator (with Ekaterina Degot and David Riff) of the 1st Ural Industrial Biennial, entitled Shockworkers of the Mobile Image, Ekaterinburg, 2010, and Editor of documenta 12 Magazines, Kassel/Vienna (2005–2007). He is an advisory board member of Patterns/Erste Foundation, Vienna, Austria. At Para/Site he curated (with Doryun Chong) Taiping Tianguo: A History of Possible Encounters: Ai Weiwei, Frog King Kwok, Tehching Hsieh, and Martin Wong in New York (2012); (with Venus Lau) rites, thoughts, notes, sparks, swings, strikes. a hong kong spring (2012); Two Thousand Eleven (2011). At BAK, Costinas curated the exhibitions Spacecraft Icarus 13. Narratives of Progress from Elsewhere (2011); In the middle of things by Olga Chernysheva (2011); I, the Undersigned by Rabih Mroue (2010, toured throughout 2011 at Iniva – Institute of International Visual Arts, London, Lunds konsthall, Lund; tranzit+display, Prague; and Wurttembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart); Expo Zero by Boris Charmatz (2010); 1st Former West Congress (with Maria Hlavajova, 2009) and Surplus Value by Mona Vatamanu and Florin Tudor (2009). He co-authored the novel Philip (2007) and has contributed his writing to numerous magazines, books, and exhibition catalogs across the world. Costinas has taught and lectured at different universities and art academies in Europe and Asia. Other curatorial projects include: Acts of Voicing (with Iris Dressler, Hans D. Christ and Christine Peters), Wurttembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart (2012, upcoming); After the Final Simplification of Ruins. Forms of historiography in given places, Centro Cultural Montehermoso Kulturunea, Vitoria-Gasteiz, 2009; The Demon of Comparisons, Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam (SMBA) and University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, 2009; Like an Attali Report, but different. On fiction and political imagination, Kadist Art Foundation, Paris, 2008; and Textground, Display Gallery, Prague, 2004. Costinas lives and works in Hong Kong.

Jeffrey Shaw has been a leading figure in new media art since the 1960’s. In a prolific oeuvre of widely exhibited and critically acclaimed works (www.jeffrey-shaw.net) he has pioneered and set benchmarks for the creative use of digital media technologies in the fields of virtual and augmented reality, immersive visualization environments, navigable cinematic systems and interactive visualization environments, navigable cinematic systems and interactive narrative. Shaw was co-founder of the Event structure Research Group in Amsterdam (1969-1979), and founding director of the ZKM Institute for Visual Media Karlsruhe (1991-2002). In 2003 he was awarded an Australian Research Council Federation Fellowship to co-found and direct the UNSW iCinema Centre for Interactive Cinema Research (www.icinema.unsw.edu.au). Since 2009 Shaw has been Chair Professor of Media Art and Dean of the School of Creative Media at City University in Hong Kong (ww.cityu.edu.hk/scm) where he is also Director of the Centre for Applied Computing and Interactive Media and Director of the Applied Laboratory for Interactive Visualisation and Embodiment (www.cityu.edu.hk/alive)

Conor Roche a computer scientist with over ten years experience working in the creative industries and the arts. Roche is a National Endowment for Science Technology and the Arts (Nesta) Fellow and researcher as part of the Clore Leadership Programme in the UK and a board member of Alpha-ville the arts and technology festival. Previously Head of Broadcast and New Media at the Roundhouse in London, he is now based in Hong Kong and currently works as a consultant enabling creatives and organisations generate and realise new ideas through technology. Clients include West Kowloon Cultural District Authority – Hong Kong, Roundhouse – London and Magic Lantern – India.

Asian New Force Category

Clement Cheng, originally from Vancouver, stations in Hong Kong, started out in film as an art director, screenwriter, music video and commercial director before making the leap to helming feature films. His directorial debut is the critically acclaimed Gallants, which earned him multiple nominations for best new director, including NETPAC. Gallants won “Best Film 2010” at the Hong Kong Film Critics Society, “2010 Asia’s 10 Most Notable Film” by the Wall Street Journal, “10 Best Film 2010” by the Beijing News, “Most Notable Film 2010” by the Hong Kong Directors’ Guild and the “Best Screenplay” by the Hong Kong Screenwriters’ Guild. Gallants was invited by over 20 international film festivals, and won the “Audience Award” at the New York Asian Film Festival. The same year, Cheng directed his second feature, Merry-Go-Round, which was named “Best Chinese Film 2010” by Film Critics China. Cheng was nominated “Best Director” and “Best Screenplay” at the 30th Hong Kong Film Awards, and Gallants won “Best Picture” amongst 4 other awards, and Merry-Go-Round also won the “Best Original Film Song” award.

Teresa Kwong is a promoter, curator and producer for films and media arts. Currently the Director of ifva and Senior Programme Manager of Hong Kong Arts Centre, she is committed to nurture and promote the next generation of Asian talents in creative media. Kwong has been invited to give presentations and curate programs about Asian independent cinema for overseas festivals/ institutions. Since 2001, she has become a member of NETPAC (Network for Promoters of Asian Cinema) and has been invited to be the NETPAC jury member of the Pusan International Film Festival, Rotterdam International Film Festival and Vesoul Asian Film Festival, etc. She is the recipient of Asian Cultural Council (Starr Foundation) fellowship in 2007 while she has residence program at arts organizations in the States specializing in film and media arts.

Raymond Red

Raymond Red is one of the pioneers of modern Filipino independent and alternative cinema. As a leading figure in the independent alternative filmmaking scene in his country, he became the first Filipino to be invited for the prestigious Artist-in-Residence Grant in Berlin by the German Academic Exchange Institute (D.A.A.D.) in 1991. He is best known for his features on heroes of the Philippine Revolution around 1900, including Bayani (Heroes, 1992), Sakay (1993), which won awards at the Manila Film Festival, and Kamada (1997), which is a television feature that won awards from the Philippine Broadcasters Association and the Asian TV Awards.He has also earned the distinction of being one of the first Filipinos to receive a Rotterdam Hubert Bals Memorial grant, and won the prestigious Palme d’Or award at the 2000 Cannes Film Festival. Red has recently been given rare recognition with the prestigious Pag-Alab ng Sining (Flame of the Arts) Award by the State University’s College of Fine Arts. His latest feature Kamera Obskura won several awards in the 2012 Cinemalaya Independent Film festival.

Shek Kei

Shek Kei has been a film critic for Ming Pao for 42 years and an advisor for the Hong Kong International Film Festival for 34 years. He is a long time member of the board of advisors for the Hong Kong Film Archive, current member of the Hong Kong Film Development Council and a Museum Expert Advisor (Film) for the Leisure and Cultural Services Department. He is currently a jury member of the Hong Kong Film Awards. He began his career as an independent filmmaker, and participated in The First Experimental Film Exhibition (organised by the College Life Film Association) in the 1960s, and was a pioneer among the first wave of Hong Kong independent filmmakers.

His short films include Dead Knot (which John WOO co-wrote, produced and played the lead in), The Messenger and The Conflict. His film reviews were published by Hong Kong’s Subculture Ltd in 1999 as a series of eight books, two of which were reprinted by Fudan University Press in Shanghai in 2006. Some of his film reviews written in the 1960s were published in The 60s Style – 10 Years of “Chinese Student Weekly” Selected Film Criticisms, chief edited by Law Kar, published by Hong Kong Film Critics Society in 2012.

Kawase Naomi was born in Nara, Japan. She graduated from the Osaka School of Photography (currently the Visual Arts College Osaka) in 1989 and began making films in 16mm and 8mm during her college days. Her work soon caught the spotlight both domestically and internationally. In 1993, she made Embracing, which put on film her search for the father who abandoned her in her youth. At the Yamagata International Documentary Film Festival 1995, Embracing was given a Special Mention FIPRESCI Prize and Katatsumori, her portrait of the grandmother who raised her, won an Award for Excellence in the New Asian Currents program.

In 1997, Kawase became the youngest winner of the Camera d’Or Award in the history of Cannes Film Festival for her first feature Suzaku. In 2000, she garnered both of the FIPRESCI Prize and the CICAE Prize at Locarno International Film Festival for the film Hotaru. Since then, Kawase’s work has drawn greater attention from cineaste circles. Retrospectives of her work have been organized in many places in Europe.

Kawase is also highly recognized for her accomplishments in documentary filmmaking. Recent work includes KyaKaRaBaA, a co-production with the French TV station Arte, and Tarachime—birth/mother, a documentary that featured her own childbirth. This film won awards at the Locarno, Taiwan, Copenhagen, and Yamagata international film festivals.

In 2007, She won the Grand Prix of the Cannes Film Festival for The Mourning Forest. She received the Carrosse d’Or from the Directors’ Fortnight in 2009. Her latest documentary film GENPIN was released in 2010 and won the FIPRESCI Prize at the San Sebastian International Film Festival. In 2011, HANEZU was nominated for competition in the Cannes IFF. Newest documentary film CHIRI/Trace released at Locarno IFF 2012.

Besides, she has hosted the Nara IFF, 14-17th September in 2012 as the executive director and the producer for NARAtive Filmmaking Project as well.公开组

应亮 章国明 马逢国 朗天 庄文强


黄修平 卓韵芝 曾翠珊 周博贤 邓树荣


卢子英 Tamás Waliczky 小克 John Chan 麦家碧


钟纬正 洪強 Cosmin Costinaş 邵志飞 Conor Roche


郑思杰 邝珮诗 Raymond Red 石琪 河濑直美






马逢国,资深电影制作及发行人,为香港艺术发展局前主席。马逢国深入认识本地及海外表演艺术团体的营运方式以及表演艺术场地的不同管治模式。他曾担任西九龙文娱艺术区核心文化艺术设施咨询委员会成员,以及香港演艺学院校董会副主席。 2004 年,马逢国获香港特区政府颁授银紫荆星章,以表扬他在公共和社会服务方面的出色表现,对文化艺术界亦不遗余力,尤其为电影业尽心尽力。



庄文强,香港著名电影导演及编剧,毕业于香港浸会大学传理学院电影系,于1994-1999 年间担任电视广播有限公司(TVB)萤幕宣传部之撰稿员/编审,其后投身电影界工作,至今创作逾二十多个电影剧本。其杰出编剧作品包括屢获亚洲各大电影奖项的《无间道》三部曲,于第二十二届香港电影金像奖、第八届金紫荆奖及2002年度香港电影编剧家协会更凭《无间道》获得「最佳编剧」殊荣。该片不但为香港电影创下票房奇迹,更获得荷里活电影人垂青,由美国著名电影导演马田史高西司重拍,并获得四项「奥斯卡」大奖,包括「最佳导演」及首次以改编外国剧本而夺得之「最佳电影」。



黄修平的短片《鱼》(1997)、《阿伟与婉芳》(1999)及《灿若繁星》(2000)均在ifva中 获奖。长片有《当碧咸遇上奥云》(2004,第一届香港亚洲电影节开幕电影及独立精神奖得主)及《魔术男》(2007,获提名香港金像奖最佳新晋导演) 。2009年联同六位亚洲导演推出杂锦片《月变月圆》,并创作其中《风车》一短片。2012年根据真人真事创作了短片《花椒 八角 咖啡豆》。他亦在香港理工大学设计系及兆基创意书院任教媒体创作课程。现正为最新长片《狂舞派》进行后期工作。

她的电影奖项及提名包括:影评人协会最佳编剧(《初恋嗱喳面 》2001)、台北金马奖最佳改编剧本提名(《初恋嗱喳面 》2001)、金紫荆最佳编剧提名(《出埃及记》2007)。她编剧的电影入围柏林金熊奖最佳电影(《20 30 40》, 2007),首次自编自导自演的录像短片获得第十七届ifva比赛公开组银奖(《打错》2012)。

曾翠珊,2001年毕业于香港演艺学院电影电视系,主修音响设计。2005年完成香港城市大学创意媒体学院硕士课程。曾创作多部不同风格的电影及录像作品,以其敏感细腻的镜头,游走于纪录与虚构之间。作品曾于意大利、德国、波兰及英国等地展出。首部剧情短片《寂寞星球》荣获第十届香港独立短片及录像比赛公开组银奖。2006年开始涉及商业电影制作,包括《色戒》、《盗墓迷城3》和《赎命》。其后她又取得法国文化协会的艺术家基金,远赴巴黎拍摄并于2007年完成其第二部剧情短片《枫丹白露》。2008年,她获CHATEAU de PADIES邀请,到法国作驻场艺术家交流。同年,她拍摄了首部长片《恋人路上》,被台湾南方影展评为「最佳剧情影片」。2011年完成第二部长片《大蓝湖》,曾氏凭影片获2012香港电影金像奖最佳新晋导演奖,及获选为香港电影评论学会2011年度推荐电影。现为河上风光制作总监。

周博贤 ,独立音乐品牌Ban Ban Music 的创办人,集作曲、作词、编曲及监制于一身,间中被称为「乐坛长毛」。作品多以社会话题作题材,包括谢安琪的《愁人节》、《菲情歌》、《亡命之途》,蔡卓妍的《二缺一》,周柏豪的《乞丐王子》,李克勤的《罪人》和《挨风科》等。近期作品有谢安琪的《十二月二十二》和《临崖勒马》、goldEN 的《重头戏》、《足金金猴》和《草稿》、及草蜢/软硬的《山顶慨朋友》。

邓树荣,资深戏剧艺术家,香港演艺学院戏剧学院前任院长。巴黎新索邦大学 (Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle)戏剧硕士,并在l’Ecole de la Belle de Mai学校接受演员训练。现为「邓树荣戏剧工作室」艺术总监,使命是将最优质的剧场作品带给最多的观众。营运目标是将香港剧场带上国际舞台及为本土创作长寿剧目。其形体剧场及简约美学风格被媒体称为「简约剧场炼金术师」及「全港最具才华的剧场导演之一」。重点作品包括《泰特斯》、《泰特斯2.0》、《打转教室》及《舞‧雷雨》。主要奖项包括三届香港舞台剧奖最佳导演奖,法国文化部「艺术及文学军官勋章」,香港艺术发展局艺术成就奖(戏剧) ,2012年度行政长官社区服务奖状及2012年度「深港生活大奖」之年度艺文人物奖。


卢子英,资深动画人,1978 至1993 年于香港电台电视部担任动画设计,同时亦为多部香港电影负责动画特技的制作。自1977 年开始制作独立动画,并凭《蓝月》、《昏睡作家》、《龟祸》、《千平的暑假》连获四届「香港独立短片展」金赏,其余重要作品包括《禁止的游戏》、《自杀都市》、《i-city》等,于海外多个影展放映。80 年代至今,先后担任香港艺术中心、香港大学通识教育、香港理工大学等多个动画课程的导师,亦经常主持各种动画讲座、研讨会及展览等等。2012年担任「香港动画60年」展览之策展人。现为香港动画制作人协会及香港粤语片研究会名誉会员。

Tamás Waliczky,1959年在匈牙利布达佩斯出生,从1968年至1983年开始创作动画电影,之后又曾担当画家、插画师与及摄影师。1983年开始运用电脑创作。1992年曾任ZKM学院的驻校艺术家,1993至1997年担任该校的研究员,1997-2002年任Saarbrucken的HBK Saar的客席教授。日本岐阜的IAMAS选了Waliczky为1998/99年的驻校艺术家,2003至2005年间他担任IMG, Fachhochschule Mainz的教授,2005又重回HBK Saar担任全职教授直至2010年,自2010年9月起任香港城市大学创意媒体学院教授。

他曾获无数国际奖项,包括奥地利电子艺术节ARS Electronica的Golden Nica 奖,作品曾于不少大型展览展出,包括Lyon Biennale, 东京的 ICC Gallery, Multimediale Karlsruhe,并获数间公立机构收藏。

小克 ,原名蒋子轩,1974年生于香港。





着有漫画集《伪科学鉴证》、《伪科学鉴证2之杀出香港》、 《伪科学鉴证3之心上人》 , 《伪科学鉴证4之爱令我变碳》、《http://www.bitbit.com.hk》及《聋猫是怎样炼成的》等。

John Chan (猫室),癫当的作者,从事动画及绘本创作。曾获颁「香港艺术发展奖-最佳艺术家」;作品于日本「TBS电视台」比赛中取得最高殊荣,随后更获得日本《讀卖新闻》访问。绘本《癫当—神奇玫瑰花》及《癫当—免费去旅行》由三聯书局出版。作品展览曾于香港海港城LCX、奥海城、APM、日本科学未來馆等地方展出。其后《癫当》亦获日本东京「第4届Asiagraph 特别评审奖」,及于日本放送电视台播放,一小时集结亦于第三十四届香港国际电影节播出。



钟纬正,香港出生,在本地及伦敦接受教育。现于香港浸会大学视觉艺术院任职助理教授。他的创作以互动媒体为主,其中包括光碟制作、互动装置、网络装置等。作品曾于欧洲及亚洲广泛展出。 他亦向业界提供互动媒体创作的顾问服务,目前正研究软件艺术及普及互动之课题。

洪强先后从香港理工太古设计学院、香港中文大学艺术系、英国伦敦圣马田艺术及设计学院毕业,现为瑞士苏黎世艺术大学博士班研究生。他从1995年起从事电影、录像及新媒体艺术的创作及研究。2005年,他成立了「燕老米的雅实验室」(imhk lab),从事新媒体艺术研究及有关互动软件研发与应用工作。

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Conor Roche

从事电脑科学的艺术创作逾十年。他是英国国家科技艺术基金会(NESTA)学人、Clore Leadership Programme 2011/12 研究员,以及Alpha – Ville the international arts and technology festival 委员。Roche 曾任伦敦Roundhouse 广播及新媒体总监,现时他以香港为基地,为众多艺术家和艺术机构于崭新科技应用上提供专业咨询,他的客户包括香港西九文化区管理局、Roundhouse(伦敦)、Magic Lantern(印度)等。



邝珮诗,多年来积极推动电影及媒体艺术,担任艺术行政、策划及监制的工作。目前是ifva总监,并兼任香港艺术中心高级节目经理的工作,鼓励不同形式的媒体创作;她多次替海外的文化机构策划亚洲短片的专题放映。自2001年起成为NETPAC(Network for the Promotion of Asian Cinema)的会员,曾为鹿特丹、法国维苏尔及釜山等影展担任(NETPAC)评委。零七年她获发亚洲文化协会Starr Foundation 奖助金,到美国的电影及媒体艺术机构考察和实习交流。

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石琪,《明报》四十二年影评人,香港国际电影节三十四年顾问,香港电影资料馆长期顾问,香港电影发展局现任委员,康乐及文化事务署现任博物馆专家顾问(电影)。现任香港电影金像奖评审委员。上世纪六十年代曾参展「大影会」(全名「大学生活电影会」)全港第一届「实验电影(即独立短片)展」,是六十年代「香港实验电影第一潮」主要作者,作品有《死结》(吴宇森制片、编剧、主演)、《差使》、《相残》等。着有《石琪影话集》八册(1999 年次文化堂初版,2006 年上海复旦大学出版社再版其中两册《香港电影新浪潮》)。其60年代撰写的影评亦收录于由罗卡主编的《60风尚──中国学生周报影评十年》(2012年香港电影评论学会出版)。




應亮 章國明 馬逢國 朗天 莊文強


黃修平 卓韻芝 曾翠珊 周博賢 鄧樹榮


盧子英 Tamás Waliczky 小克 John Chan 麥家碧


鍾緯正 洪強 Cosmin Costinaş 邵志飛 Conor Roche


鄭思傑 鄺珮詩 Raymond Red 石琪 河瀨直美






馬逢國 ,資深電影製作及發行人,為香港藝術發展局前主席。馬逢國深入認識本地及海外表演藝術團體的營運方式以及表演藝術場地的不同管治模式。他曾擔任西九龍文娛藝術區核心文化藝術設施諮詢委員會成員,以及香港演藝學院校董會副主席。 2004 年,馬逢國 獲香港特區政府頒授 銀紫荊星章,以表揚他在公共和社會服務方面的出色表現,對文化藝術界亦不遺餘力,尤其為電影業盡心盡力。



莊文強,香港著名電影導演及編劇,畢業於香港浸會大學傳理學院電影系,於1994-1999 年間擔任電視廣播有限公司(TVB)螢幕宣傳部之撰稿員/編審,其後投身電影界工作,至今創作逾二十多個電影劇本。其傑出編劇作品包括屢獲亞洲各大電影獎項的《無間道》三部曲,於第二十二屆香港電影金像獎、第八屆金紫荊獎及2002年度香港電影編劇家協會更憑《無間道》獲得「最佳編劇」殊榮。該片不但為香港電影創下票房奇蹟,更獲得荷里活電影人垂青,由美國著名電影導演馬田史高西司重拍,並獲得四項「奧斯卡」大獎,包括「最佳導演」及首次以改編外國劇本而奪得之「最佳電影」。



黃修平的短片《魚》(1997)、《阿偉與婉芳》(1999)及《燦若繁星》(2000)均在ifva中獲獎。長片有《當碧咸遇上奧雲》(2004,第一屆香港亞洲電影節開幕電影及獨立精神獎得主)及《魔術男》(2007,獲提名香港金像獎最佳新晉導演) 。2009年聯同六位亞洲導演推出雜錦片《月變月圓》,並創作其中《風車》一短片。2012年根據真人真事創作了短片《花椒 八角 咖啡豆》。他亦在香港理工大學設計系及兆基創意書院任教媒體創作課程。現正為最新長片《狂舞派》進行後期工作。


她的電影獎項及提名包括:影評人協會最佳編劇(《初戀嗱喳麵 》2001)、台北金馬獎最佳改編劇本提名(《初戀嗱喳麵 》2001)、金紫荊最佳編劇提名(《出埃及記》2007)。她編劇的電影入圍柏林金熊獎最佳電影(《20 30 40》, 2007),首次自編自導自演的錄像短片獲得第十七屆ifva比賽公開組銀獎(《打錯》2012)。

曾翠珊,2001年畢業於香港演藝學院電影電視系,主修音響設計。2005年完成香港城市大學創意媒體學院碩士課程。曾創作多部不同風格的電影及錄像作品,以其敏感細膩的鏡頭,遊走於紀錄與虛構之間。作品曾於意大利、德國、波蘭及英國等地展出。首部劇情短片《寂寞星球》榮獲第十屆香港獨立短片及錄像比賽公開組銀獎。2006年開始涉及商業電影製作,包括《色戒》、《盜墓迷城3》和《贖命》。其後她又取得法國文化協會的藝術家基金,遠赴巴黎拍攝並於2007年完成其第二部劇情短片《楓丹白露》。2008年,她獲CHATEAU de PADIES邀請,到法國作駐場藝術家交流。同年,她拍攝了首部長片《戀人路上》,被台灣南方影展評為「最佳劇情影片」。2011年完成第二部長片《大藍湖》,曾氏憑影片獲2012香港電影金像獎最佳新晉導演獎,及獲選為香港電影評論學會2011年度推薦電影。現為河上風光製作總監。

周博賢,獨立音樂品牌Ban Ban Music 的創辦人,集作曲、作詞、編曲及監製於一身,間中被稱為「樂壇長毛」。作品多以社會話題作題材,包括謝安琪的《愁人節》、《菲情歌》、《亡命之途》,蔡卓妍的《二缺一》,周柏豪的《乞丐王子》,李克勤的《罪人》和《挨風科》等。近期作品有謝安琪的《十二月二十二》和《臨崖勒馬》、goldEN 的《重頭戲》、《足金金猴》和《草稿》、及草蜢/軟硬的《山頂嘅朋友》。

鄧樹榮,資深戲劇藝術家,香港演藝學院戲劇學院前任院長。巴黎新索邦大學 (Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle)戲劇碩士,並在l’Ecole de la Belle de Mai學校接受演員訓練。現為「鄧樹榮戲劇工作室」藝術總監,使命是將最優質的劇場作品帶給最多的觀眾。營運目標是將香港劇場帶上國際舞台及為本土創作長壽劇目。其形體劇場及簡約美學風格被媒體稱為「簡約劇場煉金術師」及「全港最具才華的劇場導演之一」。重點作品包括《泰特斯》、《泰特斯2.0》、《打轉教室》及《舞‧雷雨》。主要獎項包括三屆香港舞台劇獎最佳導演獎,法國文化部「藝術及文學軍官勳章」,香港藝術發展局藝術成就獎(戲劇) ,2012年度行政長官社區服務獎狀及2012年度「深港生活大獎」之年度藝文人物獎。


盧子英,資深動畫人,1978 至1993 年於香港電台電視部擔任動畫設計,同時亦為多部香港電影負責動畫特技的製作。自1977 年開始製作獨立動畫,並憑《藍月》、《昏睡作家》、《龜禍》、《千平的暑假》連獲四屆「香港獨立短片展」金賞,其餘重要作品包括《禁止的遊戲》、《自殺都市》、《i-city》等,於海外多個影展放映。80 年代至今,先後擔任香港藝術中心、香港大學通識教育、香港理工大學等多個動畫課程的導師,亦經常主持各種動畫講座、研討會及展覽等等。2012年擔任「香港動畫60年」展覽之策展人。現為香港動畫製作人協會及香港粵語片研究會名譽會員。

Tamás Waliczky,1959年在匈牙利布達佩斯出生,從1968年至1983年開始創作動畫電影,之後又曾擔當畫家、插畫師與及攝影師。1983年開始運用電腦創作。1992年曾任ZKM學院的駐校藝術家,1993至1997年擔任該校的研究員,1997-2002年任Saarbrucken的HBK Saar的客席教授。日本岐阜的IAMAS選了Waliczky為1998/99年的駐校藝術家,2003至2005年間他擔任IMG, Fachhochschule Mainz的教授,2005又重回HBK Saar擔任全職教授直至2010年,自2010年9月起任香港城市大學創意媒體學院教授。

他曾獲無數國際獎項,包括奧地利電子藝術節ARS Electronica的Golden Nica 獎,作品曾於不少大型展覽展出,包括Lyon Biennale, 東京的 ICC Gallery, Multimediale Karlsruhe,並獲數間公立機構收藏。

小克 ,原名蔣子軒,1974年生於香港。





著有漫畫集《偽科學鑑證》、《偽科學鑑證2之殺出香港》、 《偽科學鑑證3之心上人》 , 《偽科學鑑證4之愛令我變碳》、《http://www.bitbit.com.hk》及《聾貓是怎樣煉成的》等。

John Chan (貓室),癲噹的作者,從事動畫及繪本創作。曾獲頒「香港藝術發展獎-最佳藝術家」;作品於日本「TBS電視台」比賽中取得最高殊榮,隨後更獲得日本《讀賣新聞》訪問。繪本《癲噹—神奇玫瑰花》及《癲噹—免費去旅行》由三聯書局出版。作品展覽曾於香港海港城LCX、奧海城、APM、日本科學未來館等地方展出。其後《癲噹》亦獲日本東京「第4屆Asiagraph 特別評審獎」,及於日本放送電視台播放,一小時集結亦於第三十四屆香港國際電影節播出。



鍾緯正,香港出生,在本地及倫敦接受教育。現於香港浸會大學視覺藝術院任職助理教授。他的創作以互動媒體為主,其中包括光碟製作、互動裝置、網絡裝置等。作品曾於歐洲及亞洲廣泛展出。 他亦向業界提供互動媒體創作的顧問服務,目前正研究軟件藝術及普及互動之課題。

洪強先後從香港理工太古設計學院、香港中文大學藝術系、英國倫敦聖馬田藝術及設計學院畢業,現為瑞士蘇黎世藝術大學博士班研究生。他從1995年起從事電影、錄像及新媒體藝術的創作及研究。2005年,他成立了「燕老米的雅實驗室」(imhk lab),從事新媒體藝術研究及有關互動軟件研發與應用工作。

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Conor Roche

從事電腦科學的藝術創作逾十年。他是英國國家科技藝術基金會(NESTA)學人、Clore Leadership Programme 2011/12 研究員,以及Alpha – Ville the international arts and technology festival 委員。Roche 曾任倫敦Roundhouse 廣播及新媒體總監,現時他以香港為基地,為眾多藝術家和藝術機構于嶄新科技應用上提供專業諮詢,他的客戶包括香港西九文化區管理局、Roundhouse(倫敦)、Magic Lantern(印度)等。



鄺珮詩,多年來積極推動電影及媒體藝術,擔任藝術行政、策劃及監製的工作。目前是ifva總監,並兼任香港藝術中心高級節目經理的工作,鼓勵不同形式的媒體創作;她多次替海外的文化機構策劃亞洲短片的專題放映。自2001年起成為NETPAC(Network for the Promotion of Asian Cinema)的會員,曾為鹿特丹、法國維蘇爾及釜山等影展擔任(NETPAC)評委。零七年她獲發亞洲文化協會Starr Foundation 獎助金,到美國的電影及媒體藝術機構考察和實習交流。

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石琪,《明報》四十二年影評人,香港國際電影節三十四年顧問,香港電影資料館長期顧問,香港電影發展局現任委員,康樂及文化事務署現任博物館專家顧問(電影)。現任香港電影金像獎評審委員。上世紀六十年代曾參展「大影會」(全名「大學生活電影會」)全港第一屆「實驗電影(即獨立短片)展」,是六十年代「香港實驗電影第一潮」主要作者,作品有《死結》(吳宇森製片、編劇、主演)、《差使》、《相殘》等。著有《石琪影話集》八冊(1999 年次文化堂初版,2006 年上海復旦大學出版社再版其中兩冊《香港電影新浪潮》)。其60年代撰寫的影評亦收錄於由羅卡主編的《60風尚──中國學生周報影評十年》(2012年香港電影評論學會出版)。