Asia Society screens a variety of quality films over the summer, including a documentary on iconic American abstract expressionist artist Philip Guston, and screenings of Metropolitan Opera’s productions.
This summer festival brings together different forms of theatre, puppetry, music, dance, clowning, acrobatics, magic and more from all around the world, aimed at children and families.
This new initiative showcases local movies handpicked by up-and-coming Hong Kong filmmakers. The first movie that will be shown is Johnnie To’s 2004 action drama Throw Down.
This omnimax show tells the story of English naturalist and explorer Henry Bates, who embarked on an eleven-year journey through the stunning yet perilous Amazon rainforest.
Independently Yours, Hong Kong Arts Centre’s recurrent indie film screening program, will screen two contemporary art movies, Taxi Stories and Small Talk.
Office workers wanting to squeeze in a bit of cinema time to their 9-5 can do so at a discounted price at CityPlaza, which is introducing a new program with a range of films.
Presented by the Hong Kong Film Archive, this program will screen six pairs of movie adaptations of Chinese literary classics, including the lauded 1993 film Farewell My Concubine starring Leslie Cheung.
This programme presents monthly screenings of German films centred around themes of war, disaster, anarchy, politics, and more.
This retrospective on lauded Chinese filmmaker Li Pingqian (1902 – 1984) will screen eighteen of his best works spanning different themes, genres, and decades.
MOViE MOViE’s ‘Life is Art’ summer film festival returns with a programme of 20 acclaimed documentaries about legendary artists and stars, including Whitney, Kusama: Infinity, and Ruby Yang‘s Ritoma.
This programme screens a sampling of films released after 1970 that were shot in black-and-white for artistic reasons, including the Black & Chrome edition of Mad Max: Fury Road.