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25th (2020)

Asian Premiere

Hong Kong Moments

Bing ZHOU

  • China,Germany
  • 2019
  • 96min
  • Unencrypted DCP
  • Color

Program note

The Hong Kong crisis that emerged last year when the government of Hong Kong proposed the “Extradition Bill” continued to draw global attention. Many people came out to the streets to protest a bill that provides a mechanism for the forcible repatriation of Chinese dissidents who have migrated to Hong Kong. In response to the excessive use of force by the police, the protesters were also gaining violence in their actions. The bill was eventually withdrawn on 4 September, but the protests, which entailed history, economic recession, generational conflict, and anti-China sentiment, have not been mitigated. <i>Hong Kong Moments</i> focuses on events after 4 September, looking into the confusion that people experienced. (HONG Eunmi)

Director

Bing ZHOU

Zhou Bing is the founder of Asian Art&Film Foundation, Ph.D. of Art History, and visiting professor of City University of Hong Kong. Zhou Bing has directed and produced hundreds of documentaries including Forbidden City, Dun Huang, China Buddhism, and Understanding Asia China: the Legacy of Cixi, which have been broadcasted on CCTV, National Geographic Channel, the History Channel, Arte, and many other international mainstream media. The Yangtze River (2016) he produced won the Silver Bear Award (Outstanding Artistic Contribution) at the Berlin Film Festival.

Credit

  • DirectorBing ZHOU
  • ProducerBing ZHOU ,Christian BEETZ

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