Hong Kong Women Filmmakers


「回望—紀錄片觀摩系列」:《紅日風暴》放映會及導演魏時煜座談會

source: http://www.cuhk.edu.hk/ics/rcccc/events/mov171211.html

「回望—紀錄片觀摩系列」:《紅日風暴》放映會及導演魏時煜座談會

當代中國文化研究中心與中國研究服務中心合辦「回望—紀錄片觀摩系列」,2017年12月11日放映《紅日風暴》。導演魏時煜將親臨現場與觀眾交流。

詳情如下:
日期:2017年12月11日 (星期一)
時間:7:00pm – 9:30pm
地點:香港中文大學 康本國際學術園 LT5
語言:普通話
查詢:3943-8763 / 3943-7382
報名:http://www.cuhk.edu.hk/ics/rcccc/events/filmshow.html
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內容簡介
1955年5月,一場“肅清胡風反革命集團”運動席捲全中國,運動的中心人物胡風先生,曾在三、四十年代創辦了左翼雜誌《七月》和《希望》,是著名的文學理論家和詩人。 2003年起,彭小蓮和魏時煜開始走訪全部健在的胡風分子和他們的親屬,用了五年多的時間拍攝了二十多位案件的倖存者。 《紅日風暴》是第一部記錄“胡風案件”的影片,也是較早以個人視點拍攝、以獨立製作模式發行的歷史題材紀錄片。

導演簡介
魏時煜,香港城市大學創意媒體學院副教授,紀錄片導演,獲獎著作包括《王實味:文藝整風與思想改造》(2017年香港出版雙年獎文學與小説組別“最佳出版獎”得主)以及《霞哥傳奇:跨洋電影與女性先鋒》(獲得2017年香港書獎)等。最新出版的著作為《胡風:詩人理想與政治風暴》(2017)。紀錄長片作品有《紅日風暴》(2009)和《金門銀光夢》(2014),電視記錄片作品有《王實味:被淹沒的作家》(2016)和《崔健:搖滾中國》(2006)等。

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[Seminar] Hong Kong Women Filmmakers Since 1997: Screening Feminism in the HKSAR

[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

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International Women’s Day Recap & Our Next Event! – Reel Women Hong Kong (女影香港)

Dear friends and supporters of Reel Women Hong Kong,

Thank you for attending our inaugural International Women’s Day 2015
screening and discussion: _Where Are We Now?: Woman, Body and Space_.
Please find photos and additional recap from the event here [1].

On Sunday, 8 March, Reel Women Hong Kong curated and screened three
short films directed by female filmmakers from around the world,
including _A Stranger in Her Own City_ directed by Khadija Al-salami
(Yemen), _My Motherland _directed by Fazila Amiri and Hangari Amiri
(Afghanistan/Canada) and_ Do You Hear the Women Sing? _directed by Nate
Chan (Hong Kong). Nearly 80 people gathered at Broadway Cinematheque for
the event, and the audience participated in a thought-provoking
conversation with Dr. Petula Ho from Hong Kong University and Vivian
Wenli Lin from Voices of Women Media, moderated by Reel Women Hong Kong
festival director, Sonia Wong. Continue reading