Screenings & Lecture Events

Throughout the year, Hong Kong Documentary Initiative organises a variety of documentary screenings, discussions and critiques to promote visual literacy and foster the creation of a community of documentary lovers. The events target film enthusiasts, filmmakers, cultural critics, students and the mass media in Hong Kong and beyond.

Upcoming Events

Dialogue with Filmmaker| 11-24 April 2017

 

Dialogue with Filmmakers brings world-renowned documentary filmmakers from this year’s Hong Kong International Film Festival (HKIFF) to The University of Hong Kong for a series of in-depth dialogues and special screenings. Events are free and open to all.

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Past Events

Screening of “The Blood of Yingzhou District”and “In Search of Perfect Consonance”| 14 & 21 Feb 2017

 

Part of HKU’s General Education Programmes (Second Semester, 2016-17), two free screenings of Director Ruby Yang’s The Blood of Yingzhou District(2006) and In Search of Perfect Consonance (2016) are hosted on 14 February and 21 February respectively. Post-screening discussion with the director will follow both screenings.

“Tongzhi in Love” Screening x LGBT Walking Tour | 3 Dec 2016

A unique collaboration with CNEX and Walk in Hong Kong, featuring the screening of Oscar winning director Ruby Yang’s Tongzhi in Lovea rare glimpse into how gay men in China negotiate their identities under the pressure of conflicting traditional values, preceded by a LGBT walking tour in Central. Post-screening discussion with the director and walking tour guide Benita Chick, hosted by Dr. Jason Ho.

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Dialogue with Filmmakers 2016 | March & April 2016

In association with Hong Kong International Film Festival (HKIFF), world-renowned documentary filmmakers were invited for a series of in-depth public lectures at HKU in March and April of 2016.

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Screening Tour | April 2016

We organised six public screenings in collaboration with CNEX Hong Kong during 20-28 April, 2016. The events were part of the 40 themeatic screenings organised by CNEX.

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