Hosted by the Alliance Française Hong Kong, the enthralling French thriller Toril (dir. Laurent Teyssier, 2016), will be screened free of admission.
Combining documentary and dramatic styles, the feature film Pseudo Secular (Hong Kong, 2016), depicts how the 2014 Umbrella Revolution changes the lives of eight individuals.
Presented by the Hong Kong International Film Festival Society (HKIFFF), this special movie programme honours the life and career of Japan’s best-loved actress, the late Hara Setsuko, by screening seven of her movies.
Presented by the Hong Kong International Film Festival Society (HKIFFF), this mini movie programme screens two films of the late acclaimed French director Jacques Rivette, ‘Up, Down, Fragile’ and ‘Who Knows?’.
A screening of the timeless Christmas tale The Snowman and the Bear will be accompanied by the City Chamber Orchestra of Hong Kong and a children’s choir.
To commemorate legendary Hong Kong martial arts and opera film star Yu So-chow, who passed away earlier this year, the Hong Kong Film Archive screens nine of her movies in a special programme.
The inaugural edition of this festive film programme will screens four family movies from around the world—’Jill and Joy’s Winter’, ‘Little Mountain Boy’, ‘The Nutcracker Sweet’ and ‘Oddsockeaters’.
Organised by the Hong Kong Film Critics Society, this festival will screen six vastly different films with the overlapping theme of occultism.
The Sky Show “KAGAYA’s Aurora” offers a look at different auroras captured by time-lapse photography and allows audiences to connect to nature in a unique way.
The OMNIMAX Show “Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Secret Ocean” captures the beauty and diversity of the ocean, including extraordinary shots of over 30 underwater species and their curious quirks.
In honour of the Chinese Ghost Festival, the Hong Kong Film Archive presents a special programme of classic movies featuring alluring female ghosts.