Co-presented by Art in Hospital X MOViE MOViE, Life is Art features 23 films about legendary artists from the music, fashion, painting, architecture, food and theatre industries and their ground-breaking achievements.
CineFan’s September-October edition showcases 16 films by two representative directors of thrill – Claude Chabrol (France) and Kim Ki-young (South Korea), reflecting on the dark side of human nature and the dysfunction of the bourgeois.
The 20th edition of the Hong Kong Jewish Film Festival features a diverse lineup consisting of over 20 feature films, comedies, documentaries and shorts about and by Jewish communities for the local audiences.
The 16th edition aims to stimulate with thought-provoking works, be it a new film from a young Hong Kong filmmaker, an award-winning classic from Iranian auteur Mohammad Rassoulof, or a lost gem from Cambodia in the 1960s.
The Festival de Cannes Film Week debuts with six films from the Official selection of this year French edition including Best Director, Best Screenplay, and Un Certain Regard award winners.
As part of the Consulate’s grand annual event ─ “Japan Autumn Festival in Hong Kong – Rediscovering Nippon”, the film festival screens 17 Japanese films and animations for free and organises after-screening talks and workshops related to the films.
The latest 3D Dome Show takes viewers on a visually spectacular ride on the paths of these probes to explore the solar system and beyond our home galaxy.
UA CineHub’s new series of “ARTiculate” and “In Search of the Great Composers” bring to the Hong Kong audience at K11 Art House documentaries about great artists and collections in first-rate museums and galleries around the world.