This retrospective celebrates the elegant cinema of forgotten Japanese filmmaker Naruse Mikio (1905 – 1969) by screening a selection of his best works.
This film festival screens enduring classics and contemporary movies that celebrate the city-state’s notorious glamour, rich history and picturesque scenery.
Joan Miró Prize-winning artist Kader Attia’s film Héroes Heridos (2018) and his other recent works remind visitors why historical trauma should be felt and remembered.
Seven cherry-picked films, including ‘Ten Years’, ‘Still Human’ and ‘Napping Kid’, will be screened at the Hong Kong Arts Centre throughout the Christmas season.
This programme screens six classic movies that take place primarily on a train, including the iconic 1974 mystery film Murder on the Orient Express.
This special film programme screens an eclectic mix of Polish films across genres and decades in celebration of the 100 year anniversary of the country’s independence.
This programme screens six classic prison films—including Cool Hand Luke and A Man Escaped— that force us to ponder the question, ‘what does freedom really mean?’
This retrospective welcomes renowned guests to Hong Kong, including Academy Award-winning composer Alexandre Desplat—known for his musical scores to films such as The Grand Budapest Hotel and The Shape of Water—and screens enduring French classics.
Oscar-winning Hong Kong art director and designer Tim Yip’s multidisciplinary works and his collaborations with some of the world’s best filmmakers are brought to life in an exhibition organised by the Hong Kong Design Institute.