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The Hong Kong International Film Festival is one of the Asia’s oldest and most reputable platforms for filmmakers, film professionals and filmgoers from all over the world to launch new work and experience outstanding films.

Call of Heroes
Date & Time: 12/04 2:30pm

2016 /120mins
In Cantonese with Chinese Subtitles
Director: Benny Chan
Cast: Sean Lau, Louis Koo, Eddie Yu-yen Peng, Yuan Quan

After jailing psychotic villain Cao Shaolun, Sheriff Yang Kenan must defend the town of Pucheng from Cao’s army, led by Colonel Zhang Yi. Pucheng’s fate seems grim, but with the help of scruffy martial artist Ma Feng, Yang’s defence may yet stand a chance. Director Benny Chan and action choreographer Sammo Hung pay loving tribute to Shaw Brothers films and Hollywood Westerns with this entertaining and rousing martial arts action film.

Date & Time: 12/04 5pm

2016 /94mins
In Cantonese with Chinese Subtitles
Director: Stephen Chow
Cast: Deng Chao, Show Lo, Zhang Yuqi, Jelly Lin

Superstar comedian Stephen Chow scored again with his latest directorial effort Mermaid, an eco-themed comedy-fantasy about a beautiful mermaid assigned to assassinate an unscrupulous businessman whose land developments are polluting the ocean. But will love blossom before she can complete her mission? Expertly-timed comic performances, uproarious sight gags and some surprising romance make Mermaid this year’s can’t-miss Chinese blockbuster.

Short Film Competition Programme I
Date & Time: 12/04 7:30pm

Lucia, Before and After (Anu Valia) experiences the longest day of her life as she waits for an abortion. Perceptions of the present meet the past in Fishing is Not Done on Tuesday (Lukas Marxt, Marcel Odenbach), at a house on Ghana’s coastline. Darkness falls in the suicide forest Jukai (Gabrielle Lissot), as a young pregnant woman sinks into mystery following threads of color. Shadows of trees become poetry in Ablaze (Apichatpong Weerasethakul), where the feeling of a pair is shared. An ode to the Yahagi River through an intimate portrait of 10 bridges in Ten Mornings Ten Evenings and One Horizon (Nishikawa Tomonari). Out of competition: A husband waits anxiously at home for his wife to sell the car in Old Luxurious Flat Located in an Ultra-central, Desirable Neighborhood (Sebastian Mihăilescu). Total: 73min.

Short Film Competition Programme II
Date & Time: 12/04 9:30pm

A girl from a religious family finds her own paradise, as she becomes The Girl Who Danced With the Devil (Joao Paulo Miranda Maria). In And Yet My Mask is Powerful (Basel Abbas, Ruanne Abou-Rahme), young Palestinians wearing neolithic masks confront apocalyptic imaginary and violence. Veteran actress Rustica Carpio plays an old market vendor in Amorsolo’s Dream (Brillante Mendoza), as she witnesses the sarcastic reality during the national election. French newspaper Libération is changed into a Journal Animé (Donato Sansone), where international events become artistic improvisations. Will The Comet (Victor Lindgren) bring bad luck to two Somali refugees trying to cross the border? Out of competition: Nagahisa Makoto’s And So We Put Goldfish in the Pool, a teenage angst movie filled with joie de vivre (See p.96) Total: 72min.

Soul Mate
Date & Time: 13/04 2:30pm

2016 /110mins
In Putonghua with Chinese Subtitles
Director: Derek Tsang
Cast: Zhou Dongyu, Ma Sichun

Two high school girls, the calm Qiyue and the wild Ansheng become best friends despite their difference in values and lifestyles. Falling in love with the same man has torn their friendship apart and led them into separate paths. Yet, their fate and bondage are destined to tie forever. An impressive directorial debut by Derek Tsang imbued with romantic emotions, sweeping up 19 nominations in Golden Horse and Hong Kong Film Awards.

Mad World
Date & Time: 13/04 5pm

2016 /101mins
In Cantonese with Chinese Subtitles
Director: Wong Chun
Cast: Shawn Yue, Eric Tsang, Elaine Jin, Charmaine Fong

From producers Derek Chiu and Heiward Mak, Mad World is the rare Hong Kong film that tackles the subject of mental illness. Director Wong Chun’s drama takes a humanist approach to the story of bipolar disordersuffering Ah Tung, who was committed to a mental hospital after a horrible incident resulting in the death of his ill mother. With the help of his estranged father, Ah Tung tries to reconnect with the society.

Short Film Competition Programme III
Date & Time: 13/04, 7:30pm

A young boy bears the price of love in Lokoza (Isabella Mayor, Zee Ntuli) as he goes too far to get her back. Outraged by his brother’s death, a gaucho becomes a beast of revenge in Centaur (Nicolás Suárez). A choreography of water-music-light attractions in a theme park is on show in The Watershow Extravaganza (Sophie Michael). Everything (David O’Reilly) lets you immerse yourself in the entire universe in 3D perspective. Lunar Dial (Gao Yuan) offers the painter’s re-creation of her surreal paintings in a dreamlike experimental animation. Out of competition: Chua Mia Tee (Eric Khoo) featuring the oil painting Portable Cinema pays tribute to the artist; Latiff Mohidin’s oil painting becomes the inspiration for Aku (Ho Yu Hang). Total: 80min.

Short Film Competition Programme IV
Date & Time: 13/04, 9:30pm

The Fullness of Time (Romance) (Manon Coubia) stops for the lost mountaineer buried in eternal ice, while his wife waits for his return. As Indonesia’s traditional dance is fading away, a pride dancer struggling to support his family turns into a Wounded Lion (Joko Anwar). With Dylan Thomas’s poem, The Pig Butcher (Wang Yitong) carves his knife into a pig, in a film dedicated to Nietzsche. Feel the mythical breath of time and silence in the Moroccan desert night, as motionless figures dissolve when dawn comes in Fajr (Lois Patino). A hunter marries a mythical creature Among the Black Waves (Anna Budanova), but he cannot stop her longing for the sea. Out of competition: The relationship between father and daughter changes, as images meander from immobility to motion in Coup de Grace (Salome Lamas). Total: 75min.

Covets of an Outsider
Date & Time: 14/04 2:30pm; 16/04 7:30pm

Singapore/ 2016 /83mins

The innovative artist Toh Hun Ping has become known for literally playing with film in its most material formats from bleaching shots to scratching negatives. Here, he weaves together his varied short works into a portrait of the artist as outsider. Recluse. Anachronistic figure. Who nonetheless circles around society and seeks, desires, one thing above all – to create. A provocative intertwining of art and reflection, form and autobiography from a real interlocutor in contemporary Singaporean art. Athlete will be screened with live music by Dharma.

Ana Mendieta Short Film Programme
Date & Time: 14/04, 4:45pm; 16/04, 9:45pm

USA/Mexico/Cuba/ 1971-1981/59 mins
Director: Ana Mendieta

14 evocative short films from the Cuban-American multimedia artist Ana Mendieta (1948-1985), some of them only recently made available for public viewing. Best known for her autobiographical works with female bodies that surprise and challenge contemporary art, her films are as much records of her art performances as exercises with the magic of cinema: Energy Charge creates the mythical tree-of-life; the burning goddess in Anima, Silueta de Cohetes (Firework Piece) is a sacrificial rite; Esculturas Rupestres (Rupestrian Sculptures) a meditation of her hometown, Havana; the Silueta series reveals Mendieta’s unique “earth-body” aesthetics... all those heady days of the 70s.

I Am Not Your Negro
Date & Time: 14/04, 6:15pm

Chinese subtitles

At the end of his life James Baldwin envisioned a project to share his vision of the Civil Rights era and the martyrs he had known. Raoul Peck (Sometimes in April, 30th), whose powerful documentary eye has roamed Africa and the diaspora, takes these fragmentary words as a springboard to evoke Baldwin himself as a witness not only to black history, but to an American panorama, read critically through the eyes, images and words of a wise black and a past powerful and contemporary. Academy Award nominee for Best Documentary Feature.

A Journey Through French Cinema
Date & Time: 14/04, 8:15pm; 22/04, 6:30pm

Director: Bertrand Tavernier  

Famed director and writer Tavernier (Quay d’Orsay, 38th) fell in love with French cinema as a sickly child, even before he began his prolific career. Now, he reflects lovingly on then French films since the 1930s that shaped him and us. Not simply a cavalcade of works but a thoughtful, loving and even critical review of auteurs, and traditions to share, in the manner of Scorsese’s paeans to American and Italian films. A festival within the festival for French film lovers.

Burma Storybook
Date & Time: 15/04, 2:15pm

The Netherlands/Myanmar/Norway /2017/81mins
Chinese subtitles
Director: Petr Lom

The news tells us that Myanmar is changing. From military dictatorship to tentative democracy, from isolation to globalization. Yet, family, memory, poetry remain the lifeline of this nation in transition, as we see in this revealing documentary of dissident poet Maung Aung Pwint, who has spent many years behind bars for his political activism, reflecting on the world around him as he awaits the return of his son from decades of exile in Scandinavia. A film that takes us beyond the news to the sheer humanity of a world in flux.

Still Life
Date & Time: 15/04, 4:30pm

France/ 2016/82mins
Director: Maud Alpi

For centuries, portraits of fruits, vegetables and dead animals have hung as paintings in the halls and museums of Europe for people to look at. Alpi’s powerful, disturbing composition inverts this gaze, looking out at us with the eyes of the animals who await slaughter, witnessed only by the young man who guides them and the dog he has bonded with amid carnage. The film finds strange and haunting beauty and truths in the very musculature of life and death.

Streetscapes [Dialogue]
Date & Time: 15/04, 6:30pm; 17/04 2:30pm

Germany/2017/132mins/Chinese subtitles
Director: Heinz Emigholz  

A highly personal and erudite counterpoint to Dieste, where the same exciting mid-twentieth century Uruguayan architecture by Julio Vilamajó, and Eladio Dieste of undulating brick arches, sweeping rooftops and flows that transform even the ordinariness of industrial buildings, while rethinking our idea of churches and homes. Yet here, architecture becomes a backdrop to the reembodied narrative of Emigholz himself, in an almost psychoanalytic pilgrimage through his life and work that changes the way we experience fabulous architecture as well.

Dieste [Uruguay]
Date & Time: 15/04, 9:30pm; 17/04 5:30pm

Director: Heinz Emigholz 

For decades, the distinguished German filmmaker, actor and performance artists Heinz Emigholz (Four Films by Heinz Emigholz, 27th) has explored relationships of space, language and representation in architecture, establishing a series of documentary and conceptual films that have evolved from monographs to complex studies like his Streetscapes, which mix conversations with analysis, representation with a critique of that very representation as we here explore the work of global architects. In this episode, breathtaking, rarely–seen visions of Uruguayan architects Vilamajo and Dieste dance before our eyes.

Cinema, Manoel de Oliveira and Me (O Cinema, Manoel de Oliveira e Eu)
Date & Time: 16/04, 2:30pm

Director: João Botelho

Portuguese master director Manoel de Oliveira died at age 106 in 2015, with a life and career that had nearly spanned the entire development of cinema itself. How can we understand this career? Taking a novel approach, former protégé João Botelho not only explores the lessons from decades of brilliant films but essays the completion of Oliveira’s final and incomplete film, The Girl with the Gloves as a final tribute in black and white silence to a master’s centurial career.

Gentleman Rissient
Date & Time: 16/04, 4:30pm

Director: Benoît Jacquot, Pascal Merigeau, Guy Séligmann  

Pierre Rissient loves cinema. And for decades, he has pursued that singular love as spectator, producer, programmer, critic, advisor to Cannes and sheer cinephile driven by the pursuit of the best in film, among directors, in stories and cinematography, wherever it may have taken him. Directors Jacquot (3 Hearts, 39th), Merigeau and Séligmann catch him in reflective moments to meditate on and share his life and love, in a luminous journey through French and world cinema.

Keepers of the Magic
Date & Time: 17/04, 7:45pm

Canada/ 2016/86mins
Director: Vic Sarin  

What better place than a film festival to celebrate the sheer magic of cinema? Sarin’s engagement with cinematographers poses the question of how these films come to be, with cinematographers as varied as Vittorio Storaro (The Last Emperor), Gordon Willis (The Godfather Trilogy), Roger Deakins (No Country for Old Men) and many others. Of course, with cinema, the more we understand the processes involved, the more we actually celebrate the magic and see classic films with new appreciation.

Water and Sugar: Carlo Di Palma, the Colours of Life
Date & Time: 17/04, 9:45pm

Director: Fariborz Kamkari 

From Rossellini’s Rome, Open City to Antonioni’s Blow-Up, the greatest films in cinema history are indebted to Carlo Di Palma, the man behind the camera. Starting as an assistant in Visconti’s Ossessione, he emerged as the masterful cinematographer of the Italian neorealist cinema. In this loving documentary produced by his wife, a galaxy of luminaries including Bernardo Bertolucci, Wim Wenders, Ken Loach and Woody Allen pay homage to the virtuoso.

The Posterist
Date & Time: 18/04, 2:30pm

2016/71mins/In Cantonese with Chinese subtitles
Director: Hui See-wai

From the 1970s to the 1990s, artist Yuen Tai-yung painted countless iconic Hong Kong film posters. Y uen and his unmistakable style were behind the poster images for classic films from Bruce Lee, Michael Hui, Jackie Chan, Stephen Chow and many more stars, earning the artist lasting acclaim and a loyal following. Featuring a guest appearance by Michael Hui, this genial documentary is an affectionate tribute to a local industry legend and a must-see for every Hong Kong movie fan.

Yuppie Fantasia 3
Date & Time: 18/04, 5pm

2016/94mins/In Cantonese with Chinese subtitles
Director: Lawrence Cheng  
Cast: Lawrence Cheng, Chrissie Chau, Louis Cheung, Larine Tang

Twenty-seven years later, Lawrence Cheng returns to the role of hapless yuppie Leung Foon for this comedy sequel that mixes local satire with commentary on the changing role of men in modern Hong Kong. Now rich and middle-aged, Leung Foon uncomfortably deals with daily office politics and frequent trysts with a much younger girlfriend. When his young and surprisingly sexy daughter shows up on his doorstep bearing his ex-wife’s ashes, Foon’s mid-life crisis revs into comic overdrive.

Poetry in Motion Programme I
Date & Time: 18/04, 7:30pm; 25/04, 3:30pm

Rethinking Space. The heady journey of Aline Magrez’ NO’I offers 21st-century Hanoi’s answer to 1920s “Symphonies of the City,” sometimes quotidian and sometimes surreal while Simon Liu’s multilayered Highview abstracts and captures North Point. Janie Geiser’s Flowers of the Sky recasts history from two silent found photos, yet Jean-Marie Straub and Daniele Huillet’s Incantati distills the encounter of cinema and dramaturgy. Finally, Billy Roisz and Dieter Kovacic’s TOUTES DIRECTIONS proves that we will never see a road movie the same way again. Total: 71min.

Poetry in Motion Programme II
Date & Time: 18/04, 9:30pm; 25/04, 5:30pm

Lights! Camera! Action! TIME! SPACE! REALITY! Stroboscopic New York assails our senses in Ken Jacob’s powerful POPEYE SEES 3D before we are soothed by the balm of near-geological quietude in Antoinette Zwirchmayr’s Venus Delta. Gabriel Desplanque’s God’s Room creates a bedroom/boardroom as transcendant space of discordant voices while Siegfried Fruhauf’s FUDDY DUDDY literally and figuratively explodes the grid. Finally, Ashim Ahluwalia works with 80-year-old painter Akbar Padamsee to rediscover/recreate a major lost film of the 1960s Indian avant-garde in Events in a Cloud Chamber. Total: 65min. (This programme contains strobe lighting.)

Date & Time: 19/04, 2:30pm

2016/88 mins/In Cantonese with Chinese subtitles
Director: Johnnie To
Cast: Vicki Zhao, Louis Koo, Wallace Chung

Johnnie To returns to the crime genre with this thriller about a cop and a surgeon who clash over a brilliant criminal with a bullet lodged in his skull. As the cop and the surgeon argue over saving his life, the criminal hatches a devious plot to escape from the hospital. An impressive exercise in filmmaking craft that culminates in a breathtaking “one take” firefight that rates among Johnnie To’s most ambitious action sequences.

See You Tomorrow
Date & Time: 19/04, 4:45pm

2016/128 mins/In Cantonese and Putonghua with Chinese subtitles
Director: Zhang Jiajia
Cast: Tony Leung Chiu-wai, Kaneshiro Takeshi, Angelababy, Eason Chan

Suave bar owner Chen Mo is more than a drink slinger – he’s a “ferryman” who steers heartbroken individuals through the turbulent waters of love. But while helping his business partner and neighbor through their heartaches, Chen Mo recalls painful memories of his most cherished love. Perhaps this ferryman needs some ferrying of his own. Zhang Jiajia borrows from producer Wong Kar Wai’s sumptuous cinematic playbook for this wild, stylish and deliriously romantic comedy.

An Insignificant Man
Date & Time: 19/04, 7:30pm

India/ 2016/ 96mins 
Chinese subtitles
Director: Khushboo Ranka, Vinay Shukla

Populist politics from the inside out. Given total access to Arjind Kejriwal and his insurgent Common Man’s Party, the documentarians distill a kaleidoscopic vision of street politics, desperate clients, myriad interested agents, and complexities of parties and power in contemporary India. By turns polished and unguarded, responsive and covetous of power, these are human politicians and issues that nevertheless threaten democracy “as it has been played out” for decades among a billion people. The future will never be the same.

Date & Time: 19/04, 9:30pm; 22/04, 2pm

Austria /2017 /107mins 
Chinese subtitles
Director: Michael Glawogger, Monika Willi

Austrian documentarian Michael Glawogger created a paradoxical vision of menial, even demeaning global labor captured in rare beauty, from his best-known Megacities (23rd), with vignettes of street peddlers from Mexico City to Mumbai, to his somber Workingman’s Death (30th) to global prostitution in Whores’ Glory (2011). After he died of malaria in 2014, editor Willi searched years of footage he shot in Africa to craft a final work and tribute, one last monument showing the cruelty and beauty of truth.

Date & Time: 20/04, 2pm; 24/04, 6:30pm

2017/ 287mins
In Putonghua with Chinese subtitles
Director: Ma Li

A powerful documentary that takes us into a Changchun psychiatric ward, meeting directly with men diagnosed with mental disorders who share their personal stories. A man who insists on his mental fitness complains that the loss of freedom and rights in the institution is driving him mad. Another guy claims he is no crazier than anyone else chasing money and sex. The film steadfastly avoids such cliches of matching “madness” against “sanity” by confronting head-on a very hard case of the human condition.

Devil’s Freedom (La Libertad del Diablo)
Date & Time: 20/04, 7:30pm; 22/04, 4:30pm

Director: Everardo González 

A stark and powerful indictment of the kidnapping culture that has devastated Mexico. Gonzalez presents the testimonies of victims, kidnappers and enforcers in long takes that allow emotions and doubts to surface – yet he constrains speakers and viewers by the eerie flesh-colored masks that cover much of the onscreen faces, not so much concealing as focusing us on words, eyes, lips and the sheer agonies, confusion and even regrets and triumphs of this destructive cultural scenario.

The Sea Stares at Us from Afar
Date & Time: 20/04, 9:45pm

Spain / The Netherlands/ 2017/93 mins
Chinese subtitles
Director: Manuel Muñoz Rivas

Time and tide wait for no man. Perhaps centuries ago, the fabled city of Tartessus rose here and sank under the sand, as archeologists thought a century ago. Perhaps the bleached skeletons of tourist apartments will overcome the dunes. Here, though, Munoz Rivas upends our panoramic vision through the enigmatic men who live as hermits between the roar of the waves and blowing of the sand. Not stories so much as still lives, framed again by eternal seas.

House in the Fields (Tigmi Nigren)
Date & Time: 21/04, 2:30pm; 23/04, 4:30pm

Morocco/Qatar /2017 /86mins
Director: Tala Hadid

Spending four years with a local family, Hadid’s documentary captures a rare vision of tradition and culture in the Amazigh community hidden in Morocco’s High Atlas Mountains. An affectionate portrait of a vanishing way of living with a thousand-year history, the film focuses on two teenage sisters: one gives up school to prepare for her wedding, while the other dreams of becoming a lawyer. At the crossroads of changing realities, will the intimate relation between human and nature survive?

El mar la mar

Date & Time: 20/04, 5pm; 23/04, 2pm
Director: Joshua Bonnetta, J.P. Sniadecki

At first, we are lost in landscapes of darkness, solitude, and menace as disembodied voices share fragmented stories against a blowing wind. Disoriented, we begin to assemble the pieces and the paths – water bottles with encouraging messages, abandoned clothing, helicopters and patrols converge on a sere landscape of desert and mountains. Crossing the border from Mexico to the U.S. as we have never experienced it before: not via narrative but in abandonment, disorientation and fears of migration itself. Caligari Film Prize, Berlinale.

Factory Youth
Date & Time: 20/04, 7:30pm; 24/04, 2:30pm

2016 /196 mins
In Putonghua with Chinese subtitles
Director: Guo Xizhi

Shenzhen, yet another economic miracle of contemporary global China. What do the towering skyscrapers, the glossy malls and the endless apartments mean, however, to those scraping to survive in this new Industrial Revolution. Starting from visions of the factory floor as their bleak life space, Guo Xizhi follows youths through the city where they seek tawdry escape and the damaged countryside they are now alienated from, probing the depths of change and loss that are marking a generation.

Dead Slow Ahead
Date & Time: 22/04, 10pm

Spain/France/2015 /76mins
Chinese subtitles
Director: Mauro Herce

A documentary that feels almost like science fiction even as we realize we are on a giant cargo ship at sea. Given the sense of isolation, the phantasmagoric sounds and images around us, subservience to the machine and vulnerability to the elements, we might as well join the Filipino crew on a trip to Jupiter. Even time changes through the nature (and placelessness) of the voyage and the soundscape that shapes the film, despite the threat of a devastating crisis. Locarno International Film Festival Filmmakers of the Present Competition Special Jury Prize.

Hissein Habré, A Chadian Tragedy
Date & Time: 23/04, 7pm

France/Chad /2016 / 82mins
Director: Mahamat-Saleh Haroun

Chadian dictator Hissein Habré ruled his country ruthlessly from 1982 to 1990 through torture, sexual slavery and the murder of 40,000 people, relying on Western support and global apathy. Haroun (A Screaming Man, 35th) works with advocate Clément Abaïfouta to reveal this history with stark, powerful narratives told by victims themselves, confronting their torturers. Habré was finally convicted in Senegal in 2016; this film indicts us for not caring then – or perhaps even now?

Date & Time: 23/04, 9:30pm

Spain/ 2012 / 70mins
Chinese subtitles
Director: Eloy Enciso

An exquisite vision of Nature is Home. The village of A Raia is suspended in time and space, between picturesque Galicia in northwestern Spain and Portugal, between past and present, indeed, between man and nature. Interweaving a play, O Bosque (The Forest) with real people as actors and their lives, Enciso creates a visually and acoustically compelling sense of place and people: not an ethnography but an evocation of mossy landscapes, soulful songs, change and loss.

Close Encounters with Vilmos Zsigmond
Date & Time: 25/04, 7:15pm

France/ 2016/80mins
Director: Pierre Filmon

A look behind the lens of the New Hollywood through the work and words of one of its central figures. Escaping the Hungarian uprising of 1956 and working his way to the top in American cinema, Zsigmond’s camera created the look of films as diverse – and stunning – as Deliverance, Sugarland Express, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, McCabe & Mrs. Miller and Heaven’s Gate, working with Spielberg, Altman, Cimino and many others. And now we learn how he did it.

mon mon mon MONSTERS
Date & Time: 25/04, 9pm

Director: Giddens Ko
In Mandarin with Chinese subtitles
Cast: Deng Yu﹣Kai, Tsai Fan﹣Xi, Lai Chun-Cheng, Tao Bo-Meng

Giddens Ko returns to his acclaimed high school bildungsroman after his box-office hit You Are the Apple of My Eye (2011 Summer IFF), only this time it’s not sweethearts his teenage protagonists are pursuing, but mon mon mon MONSTERS! A target of bullying, a gifted student reluctantly joins a rancorous gang of three for a community care assignment, which ends up with a surprise catch of a man-eating little monster. Driven by curiosity, they begin a series of weird research on it as their relationship goes through an intricate change. Inspired by Mikael Hafstrom’s Evil, this black comedy takes a closer look at the impact of school violence, appealing to our serious reflection beyond a few laughs.

Programme information provided by: Hong Kong International Film Festival Society Limited


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