FREE FILMS Five 30-minute, 16mm filmed dramas by 25 budding students from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts will be shown on the Film & TV Graduation Screening on Saturday at 2.30pm and 7pm. The aspiring filmmakers are from the six specialist pathways of producing, screenwriting, directing, camera, sound and editing. Stupid-morphosis is a dark comedy dealing with sex and love. In Grandma's Room, a 10-year-old child has his first experience of death when his grandmother commits suicide. Taxi/Jicheng Che is about the love/hate relationship between father and son. Tomorrow is an absurd drama about a mysterious murder. Kaleidoscope is about a light-hearted story of two girls and a young man who keep crossing each other's paths. Free tickets for the two public screenings are available at the Academy Box Office 30 minutes before the shows on a first-come, first-served basis. The filmmakers will meet the audience after the matinee screening. For more information call 2584 8500. INSPIRING EXHIBITIONS Three artists from different Asian cities explore the possibilities of multimedia visual art through a series of video and photo works in the exhibition entitled Images. Malaysian artist Ian Teh's 40-photo documentary shows the life changes of a million Chinese living near the Yangtze River from 1999 to 2003. Japanese artist Mayumi Kimura's video explores the ways that Western cinema has influenced her perception of reality. The work by Shanghai video artist Lu Chunsheng reflects his feelings towards urbanisation and city life. The exhibition runs until July 8 at Artist Commune, Unit 12, Cattle Depot Artist Village, 63 Ma Tau Kok Road, Kowloon. Free admission from 2pm to 8pm. For more information call 2104 3322.