[Seminar] Hong Kong Women Filmmakers Since 1997: Screening Feminism in the HKSAR
Speaker: Prof. Gina Marchetti
Date: 26 September 2016
Time: 12:00nn – 1:30pm
Venue: Multi-purpose Lobby, Run Run Shaw Library, City University of Hong Kong
The Chinese Film Forum UK will be hosting a free one-day event of presentations and film on September 16th at 70 Oxford Street, Manchester on women, identity and the creative industries, with a special focus on contemporary Chinese and East Asian art and cinema.
Divided into two halves, the day will consist of a morning of paper presentations and discussions and a free afternoon film screening of contemporary independent Chinese-language production, Female Directors.
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Twenty Years After the Beijing Platform: the Hong Kong Journey and the Road Ahead
Saturday 16th April 2016, 9:30 – 13:30
4.36 Run Run Shaw Tower,
Centennial Campus, The University of Hong Kong
This year’s Spring Workshop aims to present reflections of those engaged in advocating gender equality at the frontlines, and to map out together how far we have come and the directions for the future. This is a significant opportunity for inter-generational exchange.
For more details: http://www.experimenta.hk/blog/screen-x-experimenta-march-2016/
23-26 march (Wed-Sat) 2016
at Auditorium, Art Central
4:30-5:30 and 5:40- 7pm everyday
( 8 FREE tickets, @ HK$230 each, is available for our film club members, send a short email to email@example.com )
World premiere of Road to Day Dream Mine ; a new film in Virtual Reality by filmmaker Gina See-yuen Wong. Screen X Experimenta will also screen more than 20 experimental films in 3 programs during the art fair.
Road to Day Dream Mine : free google card box to view the film in Virtual Reality. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to book a time to collect the card box
Transactions of Desire explores our emotional responses against the demands of society. The eight short films question what really motivate our intimate relationships and actions. This screening includes 2 short films Breathe in/Breathe out and An Emo Nose, which is produced by our ifva talents Tsang Tsui-shan Jessey (Hong Kong Film Award for Best New Director) and Wong Ping (Gold Award winner of Animation category in the 18th ifva Awards) respectively. The screening was followed by the launching of short stories anthology Transactions of Desire. Continue reading →
For more details: http://www.haf.org.hk/guest.php
HER Fund is going to host the SUFFRAGETTE Charity Premiere on 9 November. Proceeds from the Premiere will go to HER Fund for advancing gender equality by giving grants to and building capacity of the least resourceful and marginalized women in Hong Kong. Your support is vital for every She who dares to change ! Details of the Premiere:
Date: 9 November 2015 (MON)
Ceremony Time: 9:00PM
Screening Time: 9:45PM
Venue: The Grand (2/F, Elements, 1 Austin Rd West, Kowloon)
Ticket Type: HK$1,000/ HK$500/ HK$250
(Group Tickets: HK$5,000 – 12 tickets x HK$500)
Date: 6 November 2015
Time: 4:00pm – 6:00pm
Venue: Lecture Theatre 7, Yasumoto International Academic Park, CUHK
Speakers: Prof. Ho Sik Ying Petula (HKU), Prof. Katrien Jacobs (CUHK)
Moderator: Prof. Wong Wai Ching Angela (CUHK)
Now in its 22nd year, Women Make Waves Film Festival expands the idea of women to include all those who feel marginalized
By Ho Yi / Staff reporter Thu, Oct 08, 2015
This year’s Women Make Waves Film Festival (女性影展) seeks to break down, re-interpret and set free the concept “woman.” The festival, which runs through Oct. 18, features a lineup of more than 80 feature, documentary, short, experimental and animated works from 22 countries.
Festival director Su Ying-ju (蘇盈如) says the annual event is more than just a platform for female filmmakers to show films about women to women. Continue reading →