Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts Selection

Men in the Forest (Ho Cheuk-tin) follows Krizena on his mission to save an orangutan in a destroying forest. Sam Hui Yat (Ho Chung-ken) is a documentary capturing the lives within an old-fashioned Chinese Dim-Sum restaurant. In The Boy Who Shouted Teresa, director Yim Sheung-man reflects on “What’s all that yelling around this city about?” Such A Girl Like Me (Man Uen-ching) Out of fear, Yin chooses to be a liar to cover up her job as a mortician. I Hope This Match Never Ends (Ng Chun) tells the story of father and son. Total: 98min.

Date: 18 March 2013
Time: 3:00PM
Venue: Hong Kong Science Museum Lecture Hall

Hong Kong Baptist University Selection

Feeling Better (Stevefat/Siuben): Ho Wu is chosen as the astronaut for the Mars landing mission by the Chinese government. With the whole nation watching, little did he know a mission which heavily relates to the survival of the nation has just started. Dong (Li Yushan): The life of two promising 12-year-old Beijing opera students, Dong and Nuannuan, was disrupted by the arrival of Nuannuan’s auntie. Name it affection, love. Give Happiness a Chance (Keane T.K Wong) is a story of an Indian teenage through his journey from desperation to hope. Total: 80min.

Date: 23 March 2011
Time: 5:15PM
Venue: Hong Kong Science Museum Lecture Hall

City University of Hong Kong Selection

Cinematic Arts, School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong, presents: Discrepancy (Kwan Wing-yan), Unknown Call (Tam Yuk-kuen), Getting Closer (Chui Wing Yin), Boma (Lam Wing-man), One Night (Sham Tsz-yip), Toilet Fight (Cheung Man-ka), Yuen Yuen (Cheung Wing-sum), Double (Ye Zi), Passion (Tsui Shukyin), Michelle. (Wong Kwan-kit), 2 or 3 Things on the Road (Tse Chui-kan), My Lost (Chen Fire). Total: 90min.

Date: 22 March 2013
Time: 3:00PM
Venue: Hong Kong Science Museum Lecture Hall

Hong Kong Design Institute Selection


Three-year filmmaking training enables a group of young talents to realize their dreams – it may be a dream about a journey of reaching for the missed parts (Better We Go Traveling (Although My Head Is Aching), Kong Chising); or a psychotherapy of a love loser who wishes to continue the incomplete story with his ex-girlfriend (Love Will Tear Us Apart, Ho Wing-hong and Wong Chun-pui); it can also be a collective dream of the minority, which fulfills the appearing impossible goals of the marginalized (Fence, Hung Ying-ying). Total: 87min.

Date: 19 March 2013
Time: 5:00PM
Venue: Hong Kong Science Museum Lecture Hall

Hong Kong Polytechnic University Selection

This is a selection of student works from School of Design - BA (Hons) in Digital Media program. It demonstrates the significant message of “Content is King” - how the creative idea acts as the prime element in production. The works include 2D, 3D & stop motion animation, and short movies, namely I am Gay (Frankie Lo), Where does my Cat go? (Terry Wong), Ice Dream (Carrie Luk), Hong Kong World Cup Dream (Tommy Tsang), Hurts Like Heaven (David Tse), The Monster (Eric Au), Hidden Ghost (Ida Chan), 1 for 2 (Cheung Kai-wing), Meticulous Max & The City Underground (Whimsy Du), Life Goes On (George Chan). Total: 96min.

Date: 29 March 2011
Time: 2:45 PM
Venue: Hong Kong Science Museum Lecture Hall