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Programme Change And Late Additions (Up to 6 April)

Additional screenings:
Where is the Friend's Home?

The 35th HKIFF Announces Eight Winners in Five Competitions

The 35th HKIFF announced this year’s winning films...

Winners of the 35th HKIFF competitions

Winners & Jury's comment

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Festival News 5 (Online version)

Li Hongqi, The Self-Conscious Control Freak
From Musicians to Migrants: Cheung King-wai’s One Nation, Two Cities
Stranded in Suburbia - Interview with Mike Ott, director of Littlerock
A Philosophical Moment for a Prince
Punished but Transformed

A Glittering Opening Night for the 35th HKIFF

With the Gala Premiere of Don’t Go Breaking My Heart, the latest work by the Hong Kong film industry’s renowned duo of Johnnie TO and WAI Ka-fai; and Quattro Hong Kong 2, jointly directed ...

The screening of The Last Circus on 5 April (05KG4E2) is cancelled

The screening of The Last Circus on 5 April (05KG4E2) has been cancelled as Fedex has informed us that it has been unable to deliver the print on time. You may choose to watch the replacement film Womb or request a refund.

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The 35th HKIFF Announces Jury Members Distinguished members include Stanley KWAN, Ruby YANG, and Raymond RED

The HKIFF announced the members of jury judging five competitions at the 35th HKIFF...

35th HKIFF Presents World Premieres of Punished and Hi, Fidelity

HKIFFS proudly launches two prominent World Premieres this month at the 35th HKIFF: Punished, directed by the renowned local filmmaker LAW Wing-cheong...

Letter from the Director, Iwai Shunji

The 35th HKIFF announces
Miriam Yeung as the Festival Ambassador
Opening Film: Don't Go Breaking My Heart & Quattro Hong Kong 2

The HKIFFS today announced Miriam YEUNG as the ambassador ...

Prominent Filmmakers Converge on the 35th HKIFF: Re-Discovered Masters of Japanese Film: KAWAMOTO Kichachiro and SHIBUYA Minoru

The 35th HKIFF will continue to focus on renowned directors from...

2011 Asian Film Awards proudly presents the Hong Kong Premieres of Nominated Films SACRIFICE, MOSS, THE UNJUST and MADAME X

In celebration of this celebrated occasion, the AFA invites the public to ...

Film Programmes for Romania, Vietnam and the United States

To reflect the theme of 35th HKIFF, “Let’s Meet Here”, HKIFF this year is providing festival goers to share the experience of filmmakers from different places and times...

Renowned Directors Gather at The 35th HKIFF: Master Class – JIA Zhangke Retrospective of Abbas KIAROSTAMI and KUEI Chih-hung

The 35th HKIFF focuses on prominent directors from around the globe again...

The 35th HKIFF proudly presents The Reappearance of Digital Restored Classic Films of All Times

HKIFF audiences will again have a chance to enjoy the creativity and art form of cinema classics.

The 35th HKIFF proudly presents The Mascot of The Festival Designed by “Father of Shrek” – Raman HUI

Acclaimed Hollywood multi-media designer Raman HUI, has designed his home-coming work “Puppet Kid”.

Wai Ka-fai, The 35th Hong Kong International Film Festival Filmmaker in Focus

The 35th HKIFF commends famous Hong Kong filmmaker, WAI Ka-fai, with a series of events during the festival.

WEERASETHAKUL, MENDOZA, HO AND KWAN ARE THE NEW ‘QUATTRO’ Asia’s Most Renowned Filmmakers to World Premiere New Works at the Upcoming Hong Kong International Film Festival

Online booking now available

The 35th HKIFF will be held from 20 March to 5 April 2011. Public sale tickets are now available.