HKIFF45

The Hong Kong International Film Festival returns for it’s 45th edition, running from 1-12 April 2021…

  • Review

    Yellow Cat

    Quirky sweet fun with a bitter ending…

    3 stars
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    Me and the Cult Leader

    A life-affirming take on a difficult subject…

    3.5 stars
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    Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy

    In between coincidences and fate…

    4 stars
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    Radiograph of a Family

    An evocative and poignant look at family…

    5 stars
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    Underdog

    Take shows that the heroism of boxing lies in the subjective meaning that propels jabs, hooks and uppercuts…

    3.5 stars
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    Luginsky

    Bizarre yet mesmerising experimental animation…

    3 stars
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    Irradiated

    Bleak, experimental but lacking emotion…

    2 stars
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    The Edge of Daybreak

    The Fall of the House of…

    3.5 stars
  • News

    HKIFF45 is going online to showcase nearly 60 international films

    Its 45th edition will take place from 1 to 12 April…

  • Review

    Verdict

    A sincere domestic abuse drama directs the spotlight at the Philippine legal system…

    3.5 stars
  • News

    HKIFF reveals a showcase of restored Chinese language classics

    The showcase will feature landmark films throughout Chinese cinema history…

  • News

    Hong Kong International Film Festival set to celebrate Shochiku Cinema’s Centenary

    The showcase will feature a diverse selection of films from the legendary studio’s history

  • News

    Stanley Kwan announced as HKIFF45 Filmmaker-in-Focus!

    The 45th Hong Kong International Film Festival will honour Stanley Kwan with extensive retrospective

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    45th Hong Kong International Film Festival festival ambassador and poster revealed!

    HKIFF45 announces the return of Aaron Kwok and unveils this year’s visual identity…

  • News

    45th Hong Kong International Film Festival embraces online screenings

    The 45th Hong Kong International Film Festival (HKIFF45) will ‘go hybrid’ with both in-theatre and online screenings

  • Review

    Women

    You could hardly get a more apt debut than the first film from Stanley Kwan, director of the much-loved Rouge and Centre Stage

    3.5 stars
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    First Night Nerves

    Two actresses from different generations battle each other and personal conflicts in the running up to opening night…

    2.5 stars
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