The Hong Kong International Film & TV Market - 15-18 March 2021
The Hong Kong International Film & TV Market (FILMART) is an annual film market organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC). Running annually at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, FILMART is regarded as a significant cross-media, cross-industry entertainment trade platform in Asia which excels in promoting co-operation in areas of film financing, distribution, production, post-production, TV, digital entertainment, film & broadcasting equipment and shooting locations.
Pick of the week: Keep Rolling
One of Hong Kong's most influential filmmakers, Ann Hui, becomes a "star" for the first time in Man Lim-chung's directorial debut. A forerunner of the New Wave, Hui's tumultuous, forty-year career is an unequivocal testimony to her unyielding dedication to filmmaking, and her expedition into the metamorphic city. This biopic probes into the acclaimed director's idiosyncratic world, where we witness her rashness and goofiness, as well as her humanistic concerns for the everyday nobodies which make her films so moving.
Pick of the week: Shock Wave 2
When a bomb went off unexpectedly during a police operation to disarm it, Poon Shing-Fung, a bomb disposal officer, got caught in the blast and thus lost one of his legs. Poon decided to leave the police service. Three years later, the police suspect Poon, who was found in a coma at the spot of a terrorist bombing attack, of being involved in several bombing attacks in the past two years. Poon can hardly remember his past and even his own identity due to Post Traumatic Amnesia. He plans to escape to find out the truth. Meanwhile, knowing the terrorist organization's schemes of destroying Hong Kong landmarks, Poon, as the key person between the police and the terrorist organization, would possibly save or destroy lives of the innocent civilians in the city.
Pick of the week - No. 7 Cherry Lane
Ziming, a University undergraduate, is entangled between his amorous feelings for a self-exiled mother Mrs Yu from Taiwan and her beautiful daughter Meiling, in the era coincides with Hong Kong's turbulent times of 1967
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Y-Loft offers affordable, clean and comfortable accommodation with free wireless internet access and local calls, a 180-metre jogging track located on the top floor and a fitness centre.
Rooms at the Y-Loft are simple yet spacious and feature bathrooms with separate shower. Each air-conditioned room has a LCD TV, work desk and safety deposit box. Certain rooms offer balconies.
Facilities at the Y-Loft include a business centre with office equipment and a self-serviced Laundromat.
Y-Loft is just a 5-minute walk from Chai Wan MTR station and is accessible via a footbridge.
Hotel Hotel Ibis North Point
Featuring a top location in North Point, a rapidly developing commercial district on Hong Kong Island, this modern 31 floor hotel offers 275 compact rooms and suites with satellite TV, coffee and tea making facilities and in room safe, some with views of Victoria Harbour. High Speed wireless broadband Internet access is available in rooms (charges apply). Other hotel amenities and services include a Business Centre and a café restaurant, laundry service and foreign currency exchange.
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