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Directed by Ng Ka-Leung, Jevons Au, Chow Kwun-Wai, Fei-Pang Wong, Kwok Zune

Hong Kong 2016 103 mins. In Cantonese

Despite being branded a “virus of the mind” by China’s state organ Global Times, Ten Years won Best Film at the Hong Kong Film Awards, an indication of its resonance and power. An anthology of five short films, each by a different director, they collectively imagine Hong Kong ten years from 2015, a year that saw the thawing and taming of the democratic Umbrella Movement of the year before. “The 2025 of these short films is chilling, numbing, frustrating, infuriating, and energizing . . . A smoke grenade lobbed down Hong Kong’s corridors of power.”—The Guardian.

Reviews: Variety, Hollywood Reporter, The Guardian UK

Interviews: Interview with the filmmakers at Screen Anarchy

Filmography: An Odd Fish (2013 – directed by Fei-Pang Wong)

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