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【48-hour Film Challenge】
Selected Teams announcement!

Jockey Club ifva Everywhere 48-hour Film Challenge is a challenge to maximise your creativity and potential. From concepts, script, shooting, makeup and costume, to editing, music and sound effects, all to be accomplished within two days and two nights!

Selected teams are-
To Be Continued
Lai Wing-cheong, Suen Shun-yi, Mok Yeuk-laam, Hui Yat-hung,
Vinchy Chan, Chan Antonio Phoebus Chun-hin, Cheung Chuen-ngai, Chiu Yat-kin
Dong Er production
Chan Hon-yan, Chen Mu-sheng, Chen Shi-en
Creepy 16
Lee Ka-yan, Tam Sau-mei Juliani, Wong Yik-fung
TAD Production
Fong Ki-ho, Chan Lok-him, Mak Chun-wah, Fong Yik-sing
Lo Yea
Wong Yee-mei, Siuyea Lo, Wu Hong-lun

Selected individual applicants are-
Wong Sau-ping Adam's Team:
Lung Yan-yu, Cheng Kam-yiu, Yip Sau-man, Jason Wong, Yeh Ka-lun, Oliver Lau
Lai Yan-chi Mo's Team
Mak Kit-ying, Kong Tsz-yung, Mok Yiu-wa, Cheung Wai-lam, Fan Yu-hei, Choy Tung-ming, Li Ka-wai
Welby Chung's Team:
Cheng Ka-shing, Yung Ming-fung, Kong Ka-yiu Rony, Leung Ming-chi, Chuang Man-tik, Wong Hoi-yin

Eight teams will compete a cash prize of HK$100,000 during the Film Challenge between 19th and 21st August!Completed films will be showcased on 25th September at the Jockey Club ifva Everywhere Carnival.
Stay tuned to ifva Facebook Page and our website

【People's Cinema on 13 Aug】
When there's a will, there's way
13 Aug (Sat) 7:30pm | Yau Ma Tei Community Centre Rest Garden | Free admission

Everyone has their own difficulties and their ways to tackle them. Some people turn to religion and look for the blessings from above. Some resist authority with their own strength. And some exert their influence by taking actions. This month's Jockey Club ifva Everywhere People’s Cinema - Open-air Screening will take place in Yau Ma Tei Community Centre Rest Garden, a place full of collective Hong Kong memories where both locals and tourists love to visit. Four ifva Awards shorts and animations will be screened.

The congee, for You and Me tells an unusual encounter of two elderlies who eventually become friends and support each other. Based on a true story,
The Busy Young Psychic is about a young psychic who has to deal with endless demands of superstitious clients. On the Same Boat is a 5-minute documentary about the 'Equal Share Campaign'. 1+1 tells the story of a grandfather and his granddaughter from Tsoi Yuen Village. The pair visited disappearing Hong Kong landmarks and tried to preserve the fading collective memories. 

The event is free of charge. All are welcome.
Bring your own picnic mats!

Date: 2016/08/13 (Sat)
Time: 7:30pm
Venue: Yau Ma Tei Community Centre Rest Garden

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>>>Screening Details