Available between April 6 - May 23.
Part of a curated section, “Hong Kong, Reimagined”.
With the Hong Kong protests in the background, a reluctant grandson accompanies his grandfather to China to protect their ancestral lands from being reclaimed.
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“Recently, we have heard this word ‘HongKongers’ a lot in the news, it has become a favourite phrase by journalists who report on the Region. But what does it mean, exactly? This film invites us to explore this question through a story between two generations, the grandson and the grandfather. If you are interested in this topic, perhaps you should also catch another film which will be added to this programme soon - Echoes of the Rainbow. Both films talk about how the older generation of immigrants have been contributing to the Region”
Ian graduated from the School of Communication at Hong Kong Baptist University in 2017. His directional work for graduation of Higher Diploma, Grandpa Online (2015) was shown at 1st Ground Up Student Film Festival, Jahorina Film Festival in Bosnia, Lublin Film Festival in Poland, Caminhos Film Festival in Portugal.
Cantonese, Mandarin, Hokkien, English Subtitles
Hong Kong SAR, China
Hong Kong Baptist University Academy of Film