FILM ABOUT SURVIVAL Mr Zwilling and Mrs Zuckermann, a German film about two Holocaust survivors, will be shown tomorrow, at 7.30pm in the Hong Kong Film Archive's cinema. Directed by Volker Koepp, the film follows the story of two old friends Mr Zwilling, a 70-year-old professor, and Mrs Zuckermann, a 90-year-old private tutor. They meet regularly to talk about life and religion. As they stroll through the streets of today's Chernowitz, a city now in the Ukraine, they recall their stories of survival before, during and after being imprisoned in Nazi death camps. Tickets priced at $40, with half-price for students, are available from Urbtix on 2734 9009. FORBIDDEN CITY PAINTINGS A collection of paintings by French artist Charles Chauderlot depicting the scenery of the Forbidden City is on display until May 30 in the Main Lobby of the Bank of China Tower in Central. Chauderlot began painting when he was 11. He moved to China in 1997 and has spent day after day painting Beijing's alleys, temples and bridges. In 2002, he was the first foreigner to receive an invitation from the Chinese authorities to spend two years painting in certain areas of the Forbidden City. Admission is free from 9am to 8pm from Monday to Friday and until 1pm on Saturday. For more information, call 2826 6668.