Snapshots: Invisible City

Directed by Various Directors

The second of two programmes exploring the socio-cultural space of postcolonial Hong Kong including Rita Hui Nga Shu’s Invisible City. Anson Mak’s A Wishing Well Under the Not a Big Blue Sky explores her position as a foreigner in LA whilst her Goodbye remembers the iconic Central Star Ferry Pier in Hong Kong, Still (Poon Yick-sum) follows a woman living in Hong Kong through the SARS epidemic and The Life and Times of Ho Chung Village (Tsang Tsui Shan) is a journey of time, change and memories. For more details, download the Film Notes on the left hand side of this page.

We are delighted to welcome programme curator Teresa Kwong, Director of the Hong Kong Independent Film and Video Awards (IFVA) in Hong Kong, to introduce this screening.

Showing as part of the Hong Kong Snapshots: Short Films strand, curated by Teresa Kwong, director of the Hong Kong Independent Film and Video Awards and presenting a selection of the best and most engaging work from a new generation of women artists and filmmakers.