This festival screens four poignant documentaries created to challenge preconceived notions about refugees, while raising funds for United Nations Refugee Agency’s Nobody Left Outside campaign.
This annual festival hosts screenings of the most original, mind-blowing commercials from Asia and beyond, along with a seminar on forbidden ideas and why they are useful.
This free, two-day, genre-crossing music festival brings a versatile line-up of both local and international bands.
One of Hong Kong’s biggest annual events, Le French May is back with two months of music, theatre, film, art and food events held throughout the city.
This annual interactive museum festival plays host to over a 100 programmes to take part in, covering culture, history, art, film, astronomy, science, archaeology and conservation.
Sixteen well-preserved heritage buildings associated with serving the community will open their doors to the public, offering glimpses into the history of Hong Kong.
This annual festival stages enduring Chinese opera performances across various regional genres, and plays host to a variety of activities including lectures, film screenings, artists’ talks, meet-and-greets and exhibitions.