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MOVIE11 X OUHK | Screening of Student Films & Animation - February Screening — Carpe Diem

Movie is a mirror that reflects different façades of the world; it is also a kaleidoscope that shows you the multitude of lives. When facing adversity, you can take a deep breath and get your life going like Chu in Get Along Well or simply escape to the stress-free Wo Hang.

Date︰15 Feb 2020 (Sat)
Time︰
Session 1: 1:00 - 2:00pm
Session 2: 2:00 - 3:00pm
Session 3: 3:00 - 4:00pm
Venue︰K11 Piazza
The content of the above 3 sessions is the same

《Get Along Well》
Director: Joyce Lee
Running time: 46'
Diagnosed with autism and ADHD, Chu lives with his little sister and his single mother. Despite their hard times, they manage to find a way to enjoy their lives. Talkative like a parrot, Chu always makes his family burst out laughing with his words.

《Wo Hang》
Director: Wong Kai Yu, Lai Hin Ting, Yu Wai Ki, Tsoi Wing Tung
Running time: 24'
In here, you can forget everything that bothers you. In here, you are free to live simple and be the real you. Here is the place where everyone, including you, wants to live in. Here is the place where everyone, including you, can be away from the cruel reality. Welcome to Wo Hang



K11 Piazza, K11 Art Mall, 18 Hanoi Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui
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From his innovative collaboration with K11, Clockenflap and other commercial institution, Videotage Chairman Isaac Leung explores how new media art can be a poetic yet disruptive strategy to engage and challenge audiences in a changing artistic landscape.