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Ten Years Hong Kong 2015 | 104 min | OV with English subtitles | Colour and B&W | FF 2016

Jevons Au

Born and bred in Hong Kong, Au is a post-80s filmmaker, who graduated from the School of Film and Television in HKAPA, majoring in directing. He once attended a filmmaking summer course in University of South California and has directed various award-winning independent short films. He was the scriptwriter for the films: “Vengeance”, “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart”, “Romancing in Thin Air” and “Drug War”. He has recently directed his first drama film, “Trivisa”.

Kwun Wai Chow

Born and bred in Hong Kong, Au is a post-80s filmmaker, who graduated from the School of Film and Television in HKAPA, majoring in directing. He once attended a filmmaking summer course in University of South California and has directed various award-winning independent short films. He was the scriptwriter for the films: “Vengeance”, “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart”, “Romancing in Thin Air” and “Drug War”. He has recently directed his first drama film, “Trivisa”.

Wong Fei-pang

Born and bred in Hong Kong, Au is a post-80s filmmaker, who graduated from the School of Film and Television in HKAPA, majoring in directing. He once attended a filmmaking summer course in University of South California and has directed various award-winning independent short films. He was the scriptwriter for the films: “Vengeance”, “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart”, “Romancing in Thin Air” and “Drug War”. He has recently directed his first drama film, “Trivisa”.

Ng Ka-leung

Born and bred in Hong Kong, Au is a post-80s filmmaker, who graduated from the School of Film and Television in HKAPA, majoring in directing. He once attended a filmmaking summer course in University of South California and has directed various award-winning independent short films. He was the scriptwriter for the films: “Vengeance”, “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart”, “Romancing in Thin Air” and “Drug War”. He has recently directed his first drama film, “Trivisa”.

Ka Leung Ng

Born and bred in Hong Kong, Au is a post-80s filmmaker, who graduated from the School of Film and Television in HKAPA, majoring in directing. He once attended a filmmaking summer course in University of South California and has directed various award-winning independent short films. He was the scriptwriter for the films: “Vengeance”, “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart”, “Romancing in Thin Air” and “Drug War”. He has recently directed his first drama film, “Trivisa”.

Fei Pang Wong

Born and bred in Hong Kong, Au is a post-80s filmmaker, who graduated from the School of Film and Television in HKAPA, majoring in directing. He once attended a filmmaking summer course in University of South California and has directed various award-winning independent short films. He was the scriptwriter for the films: “Vengeance”, “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart”, “Romancing in Thin Air” and “Drug War”. He has recently directed his first drama film, “Trivisa”.

Kwok Zune

Born and bred in Hong Kong, Au is a post-80s filmmaker, who graduated from the School of Film and Television in HKAPA, majoring in directing. He once attended a filmmaking summer course in University of South California and has directed various award-winning independent short films. He was the scriptwriter for the films: “Vengeance”, “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart”, “Romancing in Thin Air” and “Drug War”. He has recently directed his first drama film, “Trivisa”.

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Hongkong has had an eventful history that has always been reflected in the relationship to the Chinese mainland. Today, Chinese influence is once again increasing noticeably. Reason enough for five Hongkong directors to ask themselves where the journey will take them and their city. How will it look in 10 years' time? In five short films, they create scenarios describing the end of political and cultural independence – and examine the possibilities for resistance. What could be done if their dialect were forbidden and young people indoctrinated, when political upheaval is orchestrated and even the act of selling local eggs is declared subversive? Ten Years is five kinds of dystopia – and a warning about the loss of freedomand culture.
Orig. Title: Ten Years
Filmtype: Fiction Feature
Original language: Cantonese
Section: Asia Express
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Director: Kwok Zune, Jevons Au, Fei Pang Wong, Ng Ka-leung, Kwun-wai Chow, Jevons Au, Kwun Wai Chow, Wong Fei-pang, Ka Leung Ng
Screenplay: Leung Pui Pui
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Producer: Andrew Choi,Ng Ka-Leung
Sprachfassung: OV with English subtitles
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World Sales: Golden Scene Company Limited
Production: Ten Years Studio
contact: Felix Tsang, Golden Scene Co. Ltd.: felix@goldenscene.com