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HONG KONG DAY IN AFM 2010

HONG KONG DAY IN AFM 2010 PRESENCE

The American Film Market 2010 (AFM) in Los Angeles will be held between 3 and 10 November, 2010. As in previous years, there will be a strong presence of Hong Kong films at the event. In addition, Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) will launch the Hong Kong Day in AFM for the first time.

 

HONG KONG DAY IN AFM 2010 PRESENCE

Hong Kong Day will be officially kicked off with an Opening Ceremony by the management of AFM & HKTDC. A Press Conference will then be held to make important announcements of US-HK collaboration initiatives.

 

 

HONG KONG DAY IN AFM 2010 PRESENCE

The highlights of Hong Kong Day include the HKTDC Seminar titled "Hong Kong: Asia's Co-production Centre and Gateway to the China Market" to be held on 4 November, followed by a Hong Kong Reception at Santa Monica Le Merigot Hotel, which facilitates networking and the exploring of business opportunities with international industry players. A promotion booth is also set up at AFM to promote Hong Kong film industry to the attending international buyers.

For any enquiries, please contact Ms Adelaide Wong at adelaide.yy.wong@hktdc.org.

REGISTER NOW AS FILMART EXHIBITORS TO ENJOY EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT

Having achieved substantial growth over the past decade and stepping into its 15th anniversary in 2011, FILMART continues to expand with bigger and better attractions for our participants. Apply on or before 30 November 2010 to receive a 5% early bird discount.

Don't miss the opportunity to enjoy privileged discount when booking your place at Asia's world entertainment market. REGISTER NOW!

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HAF PROJECTS TO SHINE AT INTERNATIONAL FESTIVALS

HAF projects are once again earning international recognitions! Several projects have received invitations to participate in the world's most prestigious film festivals. HAF congratulates four HAF alumni projects for their participation at the 15th Pusan International Film Festival (PIFF), 23rd Tokyo International Film Festival (TIFF) and 47th Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival (TPGFF). They are:

HAF PROJECTS TO SHINE AT INTERNATIONAL FESTIVALS

Floating Lives
(2010 project)

by NGUYEN Phan Quang Binh (Vietnam)

HAF PROJECTS TO SHINE AT INTERNATIONAL FESTIVALS

Sampaguita, National Flower
(originally titled Sampaguita: (Our National Flower's Journal to Decay) , 2009 project),

by Francis Xavier PASION (The Philippines)

HAF PROJECTS TO SHINE AT INTERNATIONAL FESTIVALS

Winter Vacation
(2009 project)

by LI Hongqi (China)

HAF PROJECTS TO SHINE AT INTERNATIONAL FESTIVALS

Hi-So
(originally titled High Society, 2008 project)

by Aditya ASSARAT (Thailand)

HAF PROJECTS TO SHINE AT INTERNATIONAL FESTIVALS

Juliets
(originally titled The Best Draw, 2008 project)

by HOU Chi-Jan, SHEN Ko-Shang, CHEN Yu-Hsun (Taiwan)

HAF PROJECTS TO SHINE AT INTERNATIONAL FESTIVALS

Mundane History
(originally titled The Sparrow, 2007 project)

by Anocha SUWICHAKORNPONG (Thailand)

Many HAF participants have been invited to join international film festivals. This year, HAF directors invited to participate in PIFF, TIFF and TPGFF include:

  • Hong Kong: PANG Ho-cheung, Ann HUI, Derek KWOK, Yan-yan MAK
  • South Korea: KIM Jee-woon, IM Sang-soo, E J-yong, LEE Jeong-beom
  • Japan: MIIKE Takashi, YUKISADA Isao
  • Malaysia: Sherman ONG
  • The Philippines: Adolfo B ALIX Jr, Brillante MENDOZA
  • Taiwan: SU Chao-Pin, CHANG Rong-ji, CHANG Tso-Chi, Arvin CHEN
  • Thailand: Apichatppong WEERASETHAKUL

HAF is now accepting project submissions for its 2011 edition. For more information, please click here.

Click here to learn more about the accomplishment highlights of previous HAF projects.

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