A good movie doesn't just tell an engaging story - it reflects lives, culture and values of a place and time. In a celebration of local cinema, Times Square is presenting some of the best in the Hong Kong Film 100 Years Exhibition. The show features pictures of famous movie stars, posters of classic movies and more than 30 film-related publications from the 1950s and 60s, while information panels tell the story of a century of Hong Kong cinema. The work of local artist Chow Chun-fai is also featured in the exhibition. It includes movie dialogue and stills, with lines from the award-winning Infernal Affairs, and from the movies of Stephen Chow Sing-chi and Wong Kar-wai. Visitors can view more than 20 paintings of the artist through a revolving light box that mimics the environment inside a movie theatre. Three classic Shaw Brothers movies - The House of 72 Tenants, The Blood Brothers and The Kingdom and the Beauty - will be screened at the mini theatre at the venue. Public screenings of The Kingdom and the Beauty, The 36th Chamber of Shaolin and Love in a Fallen City will be held at 6pm at Times Square TV wall on March 13, 14 and 15 respectively. The Hong Kong Film 100 Years Exhibition runs at Times Square until March 9.