MOViE MOViE Festival – LIFE IS ART Pop-up Mini Fest


11 August 2018 (Saturday) & 26 August 2018 (Sunday)


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08/11/2018 08/26/2018 Asia/Hong_Kong MOViE MOViE Festival – LIFE IS ART Pop-up Mini Fest DATE: 11 August 2018 (Saturday) & 26 August 2018 (Sunday)
TIME: Please refer to the details
Qube, 2/F Taste Library, H504, Hollywood

Qube, 2/F
Taste Library, H504, Hollywood

Fee (HKD)


[Screening Schedule]

11 August (Saturday)

1. 《BELTRACCHI: THE ART OF FORGERY》Screening & Glenfiddich Workshop

MOViE MOViE and PMQ are collaborating with multiple award-winning single malt Scotch whisky brand Glenfiddich, to host the screening of BELTRACCHI: THE ART OF FORGERY. We have also invited local artist Jane Lee to teach participants how to give new life to used whisky bottles. Participants will enjoy 3 glasses of free Glenfiddich single malt Scotch whisky, with tasting led by the brand’s representative.

*Participants must be 18 years old or above. In any case of dispute, MOViE MOViE’s decision shall be final.

A documentary about Wolfgang Beltracchi, who made a fortune forging and selling paintings of early 20th-century masters.

2. Ruby Yang Documentary Screening & Sharing

Oscar-winning documentary director Ruby Yang constantly strives to unravel social realities through her authentic portrayal of individual lives. TONGZHI IN LOVE illustrates the difficulties encountered by homosexual individuals in contemporary China, whereas CITIZEN HONG KONG documents the city’s unsettling transitional period in the late 90s.

  • Time: 5:30pm – 8:30pm, “Citizen Hong Kong” & “Tongzhi in Love”
  • R.S.V.P. :
  • Guest speaker: Ruby Yang (Oscar-Winner for Best Documentary Short Subject)

《Citizen Hong Kong》
Oscar-winning filmmaker Ruby Yang returns to her childhood home to see how it will reconcile its British past with a Chinese future after the end of the colonial era. Five young Hong Kongers equipped with digital camcorders help her chronicle the evolution of a new post-colonial identity.

《Tongzhi in Love》
“Frog” Cui and his friends navigate the dilemmas of being gay in modern China, torn between the lures of city life and the unyielding traditions by which they were raised. Frog loves his parents: does that mean he must honor his duty to them by marrying and bearing a child?

26 Aug 2018 (Sunday)

3. HKDI X Edited 《Graphic Means》Screening & Sharing

MOViE MOViE collaborates with HKDI and local design studio Edited to host a screening of GRAPHIC MEANS at PMQ. An exhibition that showcases design works crafted by local students will also be organized. Speakers will also share their experiences on typography.

  • Time: 3pm – 6pm
  • R.S.V.P. :
  • Speaker: MOViE MOViE General Manager Joycelyn Choi, Edited Creative Director Renatus Wu, Type Designer Calvin Kwok, HKDI Lectuer & students

It’s been roughly 30 years since the desktop computer revolutionized the way the graphic design industry works. For decades before that, it was the hands of industrious workers, and various ingenious machines and tools that brought type and image together on meticulously prepared paste-up boards, before they were sent to the printer.

4. PMQ Taste Library – David Bowie Workshop

MOViE MOViE is bringing the film SUKITA: THE SHOOT MUST GO ON to local audience: a documentary about Japanese master photographer Masayoshi Sukita’s famous shoots of legendary rock stars including David Bowie. As such, PMQ Taste Library’s curator Andy Lai will create a few David-Bowie-inspired dishes in the workshop, exploring the exciting possibilities between music, film, photography and food.

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