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「齊上齊落」Together We Stand (19 Jul, 14:15)

2020-07-19 (Sun)

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Together We Stand (Total duration: 71 min)
A selection of 5 short films: The Time of Individual, Comrades, Trial and Error, Not One Less and In Want of a Mask.

The Time of the Individual
Director: Kanas Liu
Hong Kong | 2019 | 13’ | In Cantonese, Putonghua with Chinese and English subtitles | HD | Colour

Hong Kong Award (Shorts), Hong Kong International Documentary Festival 2019

A documentary short about the Anti–Extradition Law Amendment Bill (Anti-ELAB) movement, director Kansas Liu shows her unyielding rage against the state machine once again after the previously released Van Drivers (2015). The Time of the Individual was shot on July 7, 2019 during the Tsim Sa Tsui protest. It documented the protesters promoting their cause to Mainland Chinese tourists. Suddenly, the peaceful protest has become the open arena to explore the tension between China and Hong Kong. Yelling protest slogans in Putonghua has become quite a twisted sight in these times.

Director: Kanas Liu
Hong Kong | 2019 | 15’ | In Cantonese with Chinese and English subtitles | HD | Colour

Generation 14plus, Berlinale 2020

Another documentary short about the Anti-ELAB movement, Comrades refers to the brothers and sisters in arms during these difficult months. The clash at Western District on July 28, 2019 might have been pushed aside by other bigger incidents, but it gives us a glimpse into how frontline comrades getting acquainted with each other as they make plans for action. Every disagreement and every persuasion is an act of living. These comrades are simultaneously strangers and intimate. They disagree yet they are also united. At the time, they could still retreat via the MTR and get to know each other on the train platform.

Trial and Error
Director: Kanas Liu
Hong Kong | 2019 | 12’ | In Cantonese with Chinese and English subtitles | HD | Colour

The third Anti-ELAB documentary short in this series takes us to the airport occupation on August 12, 2019. Though this new form of protest turns into a crisis quickly, it is an important lesson for the protesters. Compared to the tension inside the airport terminal, the long walk home on the Lantau highway at the time of sunset feels like a reminiscence of a field trip.

Not One Less
Director: Kanas Liu, Sam Tsang
Hong Kong | 2019 | 15’ | In Cantonese with Chinese and English subtitles | HD | Colour

The fourth documentary of this Anti-ELAB series marks the 100-day anniversary of the movement, when the grim reality of arrests and injuries adds to the count everyday. Although the film starts with the situation at Hong Kong Island on August 31, 2019, it slyly conceals the important event and focuses on the “daily life” of the frontline protesters instead. Their somber and dejected mood is increasingly apparent. Not One Less applies not only to their demands, but also the lives of comrades.

In Want of a Mask
Director: Sam Tsang
Hong Kong | 2020 | 15’ | In Cantonese with Chinese and English subtitles | HD | Colour

2020 Tokyo Lift-Off Film Festival 2020 selection
2020 Docs Without Borders Film Festival 2020 selection

The COVID-19 exploded in China. Thousands of people from the mainland rushed to Hong Kong that made the people panic. The supply of the face masks cannot meet the demand. Some non-governmental organisations distributed face masks to the elderly in early February that attracted lots of the people to queue up and buy.


19/7 (Sat) 2:15pm*
*With after-screening discussion (conducted in Cantonese)
Louis Koo Cinema, Hong Kong Arts Centre
Address: UB, 2 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong


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