Recently released and classic Italian movies will grace The Grand Cinema’s screen in a four-day festival presented by the Hong Kong International Film Festival Society.
Chinese folk dance meets contemporary in this experimental, enthusiastic movement forum created by local talent.
Squeezing 37 plays into 97 minutes, this award-winning show from London offers a fun and fast-paced primer on the Bard’s legacy.
Sophisticated and intricate works by a roster of talented contemporary Chinese artists are brought together to explore time, beauty and the mundane.
Celebrating the mentor-mentee relationship between Marcel Duchamp and Gianfranco Baruchello, this exhibit showcases Duchamp’s irreplaceable influence on the works of the now iconic Italian artist.
The Hong Kong Film Archive honours famous Hong Kong actress Betty Loh Ti on what would have been her 80th birthday by screening 21 of her movies.
Paris-based jewellery brand Van Cleef & Arpels returns to Hong Kong with L’ÉCOLE, School of Jewelry Arts, a special programme for those who are curious about the art of jewellery making.
The 4th edition of the Hong Kong Sundance Film Festival will screen an array of independent feature films American filmmakers and short films by local talent.
This retrospective on Ken Loach, Britain’s most political filmmaker, will screen eight of his best feature films and a documentary on his life.
Six Egyptian mummies between 3,000 and 1,800 years old and hundreds of Egyptian historical pieces are on display at this special exhibition at the Hong Kong Science Museum.
The Chinese Film Panorama will screen 16 of the best recently released Chinese films in cinemas across Hong Kong.
Exhibiting the works of calligraphy master Wang Dongling, this exhibit plays with the lively and long enduring relationship between words and colours in art and poetry.
France-based Chinese photographer Zeng Nian snaps historic events, in this exhibit zooming in on the construction of the Three Gorges Dam.
Danish Artist Jesper Just’s film shows musician Kim Gordon, former bassist in Sonic Youth, in a landscape delineated by a long fence on the United States-Mexico border.
Over the course of two months, Amnesty International Hong Kong will screen documentary films covering a wide range of human rights issues.
‘Rotation’ is a solo exhibition by multimedia artist Wang Gongxin, presenting Wang’s artworks from the period immediately preceding his first uses of video and projection in 1996.
Part of a collaboration between leading Jakarta gallery ROH Projects, this exhibit aims to offer dialogue between artists and audiences in Indonesia and Hong Kong.
This free photography exhibition, featuring nostalgic black-and-white street snapshots, offers a candid glimpse of Hong Kong Island in the 1970s.
Featuring the works of artists Yoshitaka Amano, Yuichi Sugai and Takeru Amano, this exhibit charts the development of anime as a Japanese pop art movement with contemporary pieces.
British artist Chris Evans’ works are juxtaposed with those of Hong Kong artist’s Pak Sheung Cheun in an exhibit meditating on power, its abuses and impact.
Liang Yi explores the themes of loss, absence, and return in the process of building a collection of antique Chinese furniture as inspired by three movements from Beethoven’s Les Adieux and the history of the museum.
In honour of the Chinese Ghost Festival, the Hong Kong Film Archive presents a special programme of classic movies featuring alluring female ghosts.
This exhibit offers a curious window into the religious iconography of the Church of the East, showcasing ancient Nestorian crosses ( 12th-13th centuries) found in north-west China.