Hong Kong Independent Shorts Selection - Hong Kong Independent Film Festival 2015

2015-01-28 20:00 - 21:25

Hong Kong Independent Shorts Selection - Hong Kong Independent Film Festival 2015

When: 28 Jan 2015 Wed 20:00
Where: Hong Kong Arts Centre - agnès b. CINEMA

Elegy

Elegy

2015香港独立电影节(Hong Kong Independent Film Festival 2015)
香港独立短片选-2015香港独立电影节

Four shorts that record the city in different forms and styles.

Ambrose Kwok's Once upon a time in cinema was taken places in cinema, by means of the plots to question the peculiar audience: "ask not what a movie can do for you, ask what you can do for the movie".

Stanley Ng's KwunTong, 32nd May is the first finished work of the 2nd Chinese Independent Filmmaking Fundraising Project. Ng and this crew conducted numerous authentic interviews over the span of five years, just to document the local history and culture together with many walks of life behind the blueprint of Kwun Tong redevelopement, and to fill in the vanishing scenes before the bulldozer comes. Cities are consist of communities. Furthermore, Hong Kong is connected by pedestrian subways. The two following stories that set their main storyline inside tunnels originated from an creative idea of shorts initiated by director Rita Hui in 2014. Participants of the project are required to shoot a drama in any pedestrian subways in Hong Kong, within one night's time. Elegy by Rita Hui is a lament of the city told through the poem "Lamenting a death by drowning"by Liu Zhong Yuan from Tang Dynasty. Spaces of imagination are expanded through a series of body movements, dance and genuine questioning of whether to take the step or not. A Rainly Night by Kaiu Choy takes place in a subway that once connected to Kai Tak Airport in Kowloon City. It portraits a brief encounter between "normal" and "abnormal". Between reality and illusions, should we go on, or should we stay?

 

Once upon a time in cinema
Director: Ambrose Kwok
2014 / Hong Kong / Color / 12min
In Cantonese with Chinese &English Subtitles

 

KwunTong, 32nd May
Director: Stanley Ng
2014 / Hong Kong / Color / 40min
In Cantonese with Chinese &English Subtitles

 

Elegy
Director: Rita Hui
2014 / Hong Kong / Color / 23min
In Cantonese with Chinese &English Subtitles

 

A Rainy Night
Director: Kaiu Choy
2014 / Hong Kong / Color / 10min
In Cantonese with Chinese &English Subtitles

 

Yat Choi Yat Choi
Yat Choi Ambrose Kwok graduated from Hong Kong Baptist University, major in Cinema and Telvision. He has worked as a production assistant, assistant director, editor, cg artist and screenwriter. In 2013, he joined HKTV as a writer for the television drama The Election.
Ng Wai-cheong, Stanley

Ng Wai-cheong, Stanley
Ng Wai-cheong Stanley is a photographer and independent documentary director from Hong Kong. His photo and video works can be seen in different publications and media. He participated in some visual art exhibitions and some works were collected by local galleries. His documentary photos and films concern about community and social issues in documentaries.

In addition, he takes part in some social, cultural and community activities and writing articles about art as well.

Rita Hui Rita Hui
Graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Art in Film & TV. Her work Ah Ming gained wide attention and won the Distinguished Award of the Hong Kong Independent Short Film & Video Award in 1996. In 2008, she finished her first featured film, Dead Slowly and it was shown in PIFF 2009's New Current section and HKAIFF.
Kaiu Choy

Kaiu Choy
She had been working in RTHK for more than ten years. In 2006, she decided to quit her job to travel to Europe. She became a freelancer after the trip. After she had dabbled in different kinds of jobs, she found her greatest significance is living and working in the edge.

In the mid of 2014, she joined Rita Hui's ongoing project Subway, and finished her first short film exercise A Rainy Night.

 

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