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Film Screening
ifva+ Seminar
Community Tour
People's Cinema - Open-air Screening
Master Class and Artist Mentoring Scheme
48-hour Film Challenge
New Work Commissioning Scheme
Internship Training Scheme
Film Screening
Cinematic Playground
Experience Zone
Pop-up Market
Open-air Screening
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Going out of the conventional cinema and watch movies under the starry sky, on the lawn, in the centre of the city, explore the possibilities of urban living in the public space.

Work Introduction
The Posterist
2016 / Col / 58’ / In Cantonese with Chinese and English Subtitles
Seewai Hui
24/9 SAT 7:30PM

Movie posters were painted stroke by stroke by posterists in the old days. Yuen Tai-yung has been one of them since the 1970s, depicting movie stars with his hand-paintings. Posters for over 200 movies that he drew single-handedly have witnessed the heyday of Hong Kong film industry. The documentary features Yuen telling his own story and showing his own drafts, as well as interviews with showbiz veterans like Michael Hui and Kenny Bee on Yuen in their eyes.

A Sunny Day
2016 / Col / 25’ / In Cantonese with Chinese and English Subtitles
Ying Liang
24/9 SAT 8:30PM

A young woman visits her father before he moves to an elderly home. Outside, the Umbrella Movement reaches a critical juncture, and at home she is having lunch with her father. Loosely adapting Chan Wai’s two short stories written some twenty years ago, Chinese indie director Ying Liang transplants some of the details to the 2014 Hong Kong, and makes them equally touching.

  • Official Selection, International Film Festival Rotterdam
  • Opening Film, Busan International Short Film Festival
  • In Short Film Competition, San Diego Asian Film Festival
  • Official Selection, Kaohsiung Film Festival

“48-Hour Film Challenge” Showcase cum Award Ceremony
25/9 SUN 7:30PM

Eight teams participating in the challenge, including teams led by Adam Wong (director of She Remembers, He Forgets), Welby Chung (renowned TV commercial and music video director) and Mo Lai (cross-media artist), will push the boundaries of production and create a brand new short film within just 48 hours. These eight films will be screened at 7.30pm, 25 September during the Carnival, to be adjudicated by Nansun Shi (veteran film producer), O Sing-pui (renowned film director and cinematographer) and Eric Poon (documentary filmmaker / Associate Professor, School of Journalism, Chinese University of Hong Kong), as well as voted by the audience. The winner will get a prize of HK$100,000!