The “Macao Film Week”, organized by the Cultural Affairs Bureau, will be held from 11 to 14 September featuring ten local productions released in the years following Macao’s Handover to China. The screening will be held at the Cinematheque・Passion and the Macau University of Science and Technology. Admission is free. All are welcome to attend.
The ten local productions selected for the Film Week include three subsidized productions from the “2013 Support Programme for the Production of Feature Films”, namely Sisterhood directed by Choi Ian Sin, Love is Cold directed by Ho Fei and Passing Rain directed by Chan Ka Keong; two productions by the Audio-Visual CUT Association, namely Macau Stories 2: Love in the City and Macau Stories 3: City Maze; the former tells love stories of the city and the latter is a suspense film; Oliver Fa’s marathon-themed film Against the Wind; Chan Nga Lei’s inspirational teen film Our Seventeen; Chan Kin Tak’s film The Last Roar of a Mother Bear; and Lio Chi Heng’s producer projects Diago and Nobody Nose. These ten productions, all directed or produced by local filmmakers, seek to present the city and its stories to audiences through the camera lens of different directors.
For screening and seat reservation details, please visit the Macao Cultural and Creative Industries Website at www.macaucci.gov.mo or the “IC Art” page on Facebook. For enquiries, please contact staff member of IC, Mr Kuan through tel. no. (853) 8399 6295 during office hours.