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Independently Yours

Date & Time:
06/04/2018  7:30 pm Start
06/04/2018  9:30 pm Start
22/04/2018  2:15 pm Start

Hong Kong Arts Centre is dedicated to cultivate the audience and development of Hong Kong indie movies. ‘Independently Yours’, 20 years after its first initiation presented by HKAC, comes back as a recurrent screening programme in the HKAC Cinema..


Luther Ng | Hong Kong|2017|78 min|Colour|HD
In Cantonese with Chinese & English subtitles

Time: 6th April (Fri), 7:30pm & 9:30pm

In philately, tête-bêche (head-to-tail) is used to refer to a pair of generic stamps which is inverted in relation to one another, either through a printing error or intentionally. The stamps are of special value only when they are unseparated. Metaphorically, tête-bêche can precisely reflected the portrayed family’s tricky situation, that different role-plays or value judgments can lead to sparkling tension among family members, yet somehow the old saying of ‘blood is thicker than water’ prevails.

An overwhelming 2014 social movement in Hong Kong has devastated many families in the city.

Sai Hoi is father of the Suen family. As a journalist, Sai Hoi wants to safeguard his neutrality, but the souring relations between police and citizens, as well as police and reporters, are also posing increasing pressure for him to uphold his ideal. His son, Yau Wai envisages his job as a police merely a ‘stepping stone’ for a more promising future career. Nevertheless, it is crystal clear for Yau Wai that is he himself is a law-enforcing agent. Ironically, his younger sister Wai Yu, who is still studying at university, is an outspoken social movement activist. The trios in the Suen family are caught off-guard by the teasing of Moerae, or the goddess of destiny.

Kong Khong-chang (KONGKEE), Lee Kwok-wai, Zcratch | 90 mins | Colour | HD
In Cantonese with Chinese & English subtitles

Time: 22nd April (Sun), 2:15pm *

A showcase of the selected works from Hong Kong animators, Penguin Lab, Lee Kwok-wai and Zcratch.

List of work:
Resettlement Memory
Lee Kwok-wai| Hong Kong | 6’37″| Col
In Cantonese with English subtitles

A fire in the 1950s destroyed the entire cottage area. In the seven-storey government resettlement block for the victims, it is not uncommon for a family of five to live together in a mere 200 square feet flat. Accustomed to quantifying income, population, and land supply, how should we quantify the process whereby a flat transforms into a home?

Departure Remix
Kong Khong-chang (KONGKEE), Lee Kwok-wai and Tsui Ka-hei, Haze | Colour |HD

The Negative Record
Kong Khong-chang (KONGKEE) | Colour | HD

Who Cares
Tsui Ka-hei, Tsui Ka-long and Chan Siu-chung | Hong Kong | 8’23’’ | DV
The story starts with a city and its Disneyland. Once they meet each other, Disney takes over and the city begins to transform from a diversified metropolitan into a monotonous theme park. With the city losing its historical and cultural values, it is now Disneyland and its city.

Taste the Life
Tsui Ka-hei, Haze | Hong Kong | 3’ | Colour
In Cantonese with no subtitles

Get away from the bustles
Let the music of leisure float
Even it’s insignificantly short
A cup of Slurpee and a jazz song
Simple yet carry life long
And joy is everywhere we want

Puff the Magic Dragon
Ho Ka-ho, Tsui Ka-hei | Hong Kong | 5’ | Colour
No dialogue and subtitles

Wandering aimlessly in a state of loneliness and confusion
Crawling through a decadent life
Floating in between reality and simulation
Searching unconsciously
The self I see is the seeing self
A vicious cycle

* With after-screening discussion


Hong Kong Arts Centre Cinema


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Past Screenings:

2017 (Co-presented by the Hong Kong Arts Centre and YingEChi)

Date & Time:
23 & 29/9/2017 7:45pm

Out of Frame
Date & Time:
9/10/2017 7:45pm

Lost in the Fumes
Date & Time:
23/11/2017 7:45pm 
25/11/2017 11am 
12/12/2017 7:45pm
25/12/2017 3pm
26/12/2017 3pm
29/12/2017 5:30pm, 7:45pm, 9:35pm
30/12/2017 11am, 3pm

Pseudo Secular
Date & Time:
14/12/2017 7:45pm

2018 (Presented by the Hong Kong Arts Centre)

Nirvenue (Co-presented by Hong Kong Arts Centre and KGE Lab |  Cultural Partner: Cinezen)
Kal Ng | Hong Kong | 2017 | 75 min | Col. | HD
In Cantonese with English subtitles
Date & Time:
31/03/2018 2pm *
* With after-screening discussion

Human Flow 
Ai Wei Wei | Germany, US and China |2017 | 140 min | Col. | DCP
In English and other languages with English Subtitles (in parts)
Date & Time:
31/03/2018 7:30pm **
** After-screening discussion with Wen Yau


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