Yahoo Web Search

  1. About 1,190,000 search results
    • Hong Kong International Film Festival 2021
      • The 2021 Hong Kong International Film Festival HKIFF45 will run from April 1- 12, 2021. Although not Cannes, or Sundance or Toronto, it is one of Hong Kong's largest cultural events and considered a major launching pad for films from all parts of the world into the China and Asian markets. This year's format will go hybrid with both online and in-theatre screenings.
      www.hong-kong-traveller.com/hong-kong-international-film-festival.html
  1. People also ask

    What's new at the Hong Kong International Film Festival?

    What are the requirements to submit to HKIFF 2021?

    How did HKIFF celebrate its centenary in 2020?

    What are hkwff’s guidelines for film submissions?

  2. – Filmmakers can submit the film in multiple categories in order to become a multi-award film. Still, the decision about the selection is strictly determined by our judges’ team and no selection is guaranteed. – The applicants (submitters) must accept Hong Kong World Film Festival Rules and Terms.

  3. Hong Kong International Film Festival 2021 – Asian Film Festivals Hong Kong International Film Festival 2021 Welcome to the special section for the 45th Hong Kong International Film Festival, here you will find our articles about this year’s edition. Our Film Recommendations 22 Film you shouldn’t miss (Part 1) Read More

  4. Mar 24, 2021 · The festival is back after last year’s cancellation, with more than 50 online films and 200 titles showing in cinemas; From a Tony Leung and Aaron Kwok crime epic to four Wong Kar-wai classics ...

    • false
  5. Nov 14, 2017 · 29 Nov 2021 Talk: Yamagata Film – 32 Years, 24 Frames, One Truth Curator and member of the YIDFF board of directors, Asako Fujioka, shared the history, mission and influence of the film festival after the screening of Storytellers. More 18 Nov 2021 Asia Pacific Screen Awards HKAFF’s films triumphed at the 14th Asia Pacific Screen Awards! More

    • false
    • Annette. This year’s opening film was also the curtain-raiser at last month’s Cannes Film Festival, where it won the Best Director prize. Set to the propulsive and eccentric beats of pop duo Sparks, Leos Carax’s English-language debut is a visually ravishing musical epic starring Adam Driver and Marion Cotillard.
    • Benedetta. Paul Verhoeven, the controversial Dutch filmmaker behind Basic Instinct and Elle, returns with an erotically charged Renaissance-era thriller set within the confines of a Tuscan convent.
    • It’s a Flickering Life. Veteran filmmaker Yoji Yamada is still going strong even at 90 years of age. His latest work is a typically nostalgic tale that fuses his enduring themes of family and film.
    • Blue. This boxing drama focuses not on the sport itself but why different people gravitate to it, and how it equips them to succeed in other areas of their lives.
  1. People also search for