What's On TODAY
Browser By:
Golden Scene Selection (September)

Date & Time:
20/09/2018 - 24/09/2018

"Golden Scene Selection", proudly presented by the Hong Kong Arts Centre (HKAC) and Golden Scene Company Ltd., will bring the audience a series of cherry-picked selections from around the world at the HKAC. 

September's Screenings
Additional screening of i've got the blues


Screening Schedule

20/9 (四Thur) 8pm 我老婆日日都扮死
When I Get Home, My Wife Always Pretends to be Dead
21/9 (五Fri) 8pm 邊境奇聞 (優先場)
Border (PREVIEW)
22/9 (六Sat) 4pm 非同凡響 (優先場)
Distinction (PREVIEW)
  7:30pm 我老婆日日都扮死
When I Get Home, My Wife Always Pretends to be Dead
23/9 (日Sun) 2pm 水底行走的人 
i've got the blues
  4pm 非同凡響 (優先場)
Distinction (PREVIEW)
  7:30pm 邊境奇聞 (優先場)
Border (PREVIEW)
24/9 (一Mon) 8pm 非同凡響 (優先場)
Distinction (PREVIEW)




When I Get Home, My Wife Always Pretends to be Dead 
Director: Toshio Lee
Japan | 2017 | 115 minutes | In Japanese, with Chinese & English subtitles | DCP | Colour

20/9 (Thur) 8pm
22/9 (Sat) 7:30pm

Jun returns home one night after a hard day to find his wife, Chie, collapsed near the door in a pool of blood. Panicking, he rushes to her side, but then notices a bottle of ketchup nearby. “Tee-hee-hee”, Chie giggles in a feigned unconscious state. “Did I scare ya?” When Jun, relieved, demands a reason for her foolishness, Chie can only laugh teasingly. And so it begins. From that point on, every time Jun returns home, he finds her “dead” by different and increasingly outlandish causes. Jun begins to worry when she never really gives him a reason. Is she bored? Sad? Is it a cry for help?

Border (Preview Screening)

Director: Ali Abbasi
Cast: Eva Melander, Eero Milonoff, Matti Boustedt
Sweden, Denmark | 2018 | 102 minutes | In Swedish with Chinese & English subtitles | DCP | Colour

21/9 (Fri) 8pm (PREVIEW)
23/9 (Sun) 7:30pm (PREVIEW)

Customs officer Tina is known for her extraordinary sense of smell. It’s almost as if she can sniff out the guilt on anyone hiding something. But when Vore, a suspicious-looking man, walks past her, her abilities are challenged for the first time ever. Tina can sense Vore is hiding something she can’t identify. Even worse, she feels a strange attraction to him. As Tina develops a special bond with Vore and discovers his true identity, she also realizes the truth about herself. Tina, like Vore, does not belong to this world. Her entire existence has been one big lie and now she has to choose: keep living the lie or embrace Vore’s terrifying revelations.

2018 Cannes Film Festival, Un Certain Regard Award

Distinction (Preview Screening)

Director: Jevons Au
Cast: Jo Koo, Jennifer Yu, Kaki Sham
Hong Kong | 2018 | 99 mins | In Cantonese with Chinese & English subtitles | DCP | Colour

22/9 (Sat) 4pm* (Preview Screening)
23/9 (Sun) 4pm (Preview Screening)
24/9 (Mon) 8pm* (Preview Screening)

*Jevons Au, Director will attend after screening discussion 

Ms Tsui (Jo Koo) is a music teacher in a special education needs (SEN) school, who is not able to switch to a mainstream school due to stereotyping and labelling; Zoey (Jennifer Yu) is an underachiever from a Band 1 school, who is struggling for the coming public examination; Ka Ho (Kaki Sham) is a rebellious teenager from a Band 3 school, who idles away his time and doesn’t care about his handicapped little brother…… When being assigned to helm a musical performance, Ms Tsui has to bite the bullet while juggling between work and personal issues; for the sake of earning higher school credit, Zoey volunteers in an extracurricular musical; to avoid being expelled, Ka Ho has no choice but to attend a musical in a SEN school. Three individuals take part in a musical they deem worthless for their own purposes, which turns out to be a journey of self-discovery towards their dreams and goals.

i've got the blues

Director: Angie Chen
Hong Kong | 2017 | 91 minutes | In Cantonese, With English (in parts) with Chinese and English subtitles | DCP | Colour

23/9 (Sun) 2pm

Does a person need nobility of the soul to be a great artist? Renowned HK artist Wong Yan-kwai says, "I'm a born painter, so I paint.” His famous line is: When you are used to poverty, you don't feel poor. In the interaction of Wong Yan-kwai and Director Angie, sparks and arguments, egos and humility, love and betrayal, and human complexities surface.


Louis Koo Cinema, Hong Kong Arts Centre


Tickets available at URBTIX:
September's Screenings
Additional screening of i've got the blues

Ticket price: 

$75 / 60*

*Tickets for full-time students, senior citizens, aged 60 or above, and people with disabilities. 

Special Offer:
Special offer of 20% off for each purchase of 4 or more standard tickets. 

Credit Card Telephone Booking: 2111 5999 
Mobile App Booking: My URBTIX (Android & iPhone/iPad) 
Ticketing Enquiries: 3761 6661
Internet Booking: www.urbtix.hk


Golden Scene Company Ltd. & Hong Kong Arts Centre


2582 0203


Past Screenings: Please visit HERE

Hong Kong Arts Centre – Moving Images 香港藝術中心:流動影像
Hong Kong Arts Centre

Keep a Close Link with us!
Subscribe our e-newsletter
2 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
(852) 2582 0200
Vision & Mission
Creative Hub
The People
Job Openings
Annual Reports
Map and Location
Guided Tour
Eat, Drink & Shop
HKAC Art Shop
What’s On
Upcoming Events
Moving Images
Performing Arts
Public Art
Activity Group
Venue Hire
Buy Ticket
Online Registration
Press Releases
Press Photos
Press Enquiries
© 2017, Hong Kong Arts Centre. All Rights Reserved.