Hong Kong International Documentary 2020

Hong Kong International Documentary Festival 2020

There will be additional screenings of Hong Kong International Documentary Festival 2020, which will be held in early May at MOViE MOViE Cityplaza cinema.

There are six screenings featuring nine outstanding films from the programme of HKIDF2020, which including: Hôtel-Régina, documenting the transformation of a luxurious hotel into a budget motel; Floating Mushroom, a film about the last days of the traditional food stalls in Hong Kong housing estates; Formerly Youth Square, an Iranian female journalist's self-reflection on the challenges and adversities faced by the local media; Uncle Guo's DreamWorks, a study of the Art Exam Training in the Mainland; Map of Latin American Dreams, a film by an Argentinian photographer who spent decades filming Latin Americans and their dreams; also from Argentina but filmed in a hospital, Mother-Child quietly observes the plight of female patients suffering from both sexual violence and religious doctrine; Ah Ying: The Extraordinary Ordinary, where a hawker is bent on pursuing justice using her self-taught legal knowledge; Criteria of Rape, where the victim probes the deep seated injustice in sexual violence cases, and Zeinab on the Scooter that follows the quest for independence of a Muslim Lebanese woman.

Programme Details
Date: 1/5, 2/5, 8/5, 9/5/2021
Venue: MOViE MOViE Cityplaza (5/F Cityplaza, 18 Taikoo Shing Road, Hong Kong)

Tickets will be available at the screening venue and the Broadway Cinema Website from 13 April, 2021.

Screening Schedule

 

Enquiries
Visible Record
Tel: 2540 7859
Email: visiblerecord@gmail.com

 

 

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Hong Kong International Documentary Festival 2020: Additional Screenings

Screening Schedule

Date

 

Time

Venue

Films

1/5/2021

Sat

6:05pm

MM

Hôtel-Régina + Floating Mushroom*

 

 

8:10pm

MM

Formerly Youth Square

2/5/2021

Sun

5:50pm

MM

Uncle Guo’s DreamWorks

8/5/2021

Sat

5:50pm

MM

Map of Latin American Dreams

9/5/2021

Sun

6:05pm

MM

Ah Ying: The Extraordinary Ordinary + Mother-Child

 

 

8:00pm

MM

Criteria of Rape + Zeinab on the Scooter

*Q&A session with the director

 


Venue

MM

MOViE MOViE Cityplaza

 

Address: 5/F Cityplaza, 18 Taikoo Shing Road, Hong Kong

 

Directions: Around 5-minute walk from Exit D2, Tai Koo MTR Station

 

The dilemma of life and death for paralysed patients.

The scramble for masks by the public at the start of the year.

A documentary about last year's social movement.

A mother's search for truth behind her daughter's rape and murder.

A study of theArt Exam Trainingin the Mainland.

2/5/2021
MOViE MOViE Cityplaza

The director uses her own film to encourage her father.

A hawker is bent on pursuing justice using her self-taught legal knowledge.

9/5/2021
MOViE MOViE Cityplaza

The life of a handicapped barber.

An overseas Vietnamese bride trying to make the best out of life.

The heritage of ancient medicine making.

What life is like for Palestinian civilians living under Israeli Occupation.

A memoir about a former political inmate.

The plight of female patients suffering from both sexual violence and conservative religious doctrine.

9/5/2021
MOViE MOViE Cityplaza

The life of Indonesian women working overseas as domestic workers.

A Japanese elderly man dedicated his whole life to preserving a hundred-year-old theatre.

An Argentinian photographer who spent decades filming Latin Americans and their dreams.

8/5/2021
MOViE MOViE Cityplaza

An Iranian female journalist's self-reflection on the challenges and adversities faced by the local media.

1/5/2021
MOViE MOViE Cityplaza

The hedonistic lifestyle of a retired Caucasian man who moved to Africa and the troubles with his African conquests.

The last days of a Palestinian who betrayed his fellowmen.

The transformation of a luxurious hotel into a budget motel and its last days.

1/5/2021
MOViE MOViE Cityplaza

A Georgian father trying to educate his mentally handicapped son in filmmaking.

Two Russian teachers are torn between the harsh reality and their high ideals.

The last days of the traditional food stalls in housing estates.

1/5/2021
MOViE MOViE Cityplaza

The creative ideals behind every artist.

A portrait of the life of farmers in Hong Kong.

Several American girls competing in the Rodeo sport.

The final hours of Babenco, the director of the famed Kiss of the Spider Woman.

A glimpse of the life of a Syrian refugee.

A film about three Russian women who became mum to a young girl.

The victim discusses the difficulties of pursuing justice.

9/5/2021
MOViE MOViE Cityplaza

A portrait of the different patrons of a Bulgarian Tango club.

A record of atrocities of Syria's Occupation.

The relationship between the director and her mentally disturbed mother.

The quest for independence of a Muslim Lebanese woman.

9/5/2021
MOViE MOViE Cityplaza 

Hong Kong International Documentary Festival 2020: Additional Screenings 

 

Tickets:$75 / $55*

*Senior citizens aged 60 or above, and Full-time students and children aged 11 or below

Customers shall present proof of age before purchasing ticket and admission to the house.

 

Tickets will be available at the screening venue and the Broadway Cinema Website from 13 April, 2021.

Tickets

 


Box Office of MOViE MOViE Cityplaza

Online Booking: www.cinema.com.hk

Ticketing Enquiries: 2388 0002

Handling fee will be charged on each ticket purchased online.

 

Discount Schemes

bc VIP and MOViE MOViE (MM) 20% discount members

 

Arrangements under Inclement Weather Conditions

Screenings may be cancelled when tropical cyclone warning signal No. 8 is in force or Black Rainstorm Warning is issued. Please refer to the Hong Kong International Documentary Festival Facebook or website for the latest notice.

 

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華語競賽評審 Jurors of Chinese Doc Competition

 

林偉鴻 Augustine Lam, 紀錄片製作人 Documentary Filmmaker

胡康倫 Joseph Wu, 獨立電影人 Independent Filmmaker

陳伊敏 Chen Yi Min, 記者 Reporter

張玉梅 Gipsy Chang, 香港演藝學院電影電視學院高級講師 Senior Lecturer, School of Film and Television, Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts

陳慶源 Chan Hing Yuen, 資深傳媒人 Senior Media Professional

傅慧儀 Winnie Fu, 自由策展人 Independent Curator

 

國際競賽評審 Jurors of International Doc Competition

 

陳巧真 Chan Hau Chun, 獨立電影人 Independent Filmmaker

劉偉霖 William Lau, 影評人 Film Critic

鄭傳鍏 Cheng Chuen Wa, 影評人 Film Critic

周淑賢 Sarah Chau, 資深傳媒人 Senior Media Professional

陳志華 Ernest Chan, 影評人 Film Critic

鄭子宏 Bede Cheng, 博亞電影修復所董事總經理 Managing Director of L’Immagine Ritrovata Asia