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Hong Kong International Film Festival 2015

Where to see the Post's film festival picks

PUBLISHED : Monday, 23 March, 2015, 3:47pm
UPDATED : Monday, 23 March, 2015, 3:47pm

There a number of films that are well worth making a trip to the cinema to see during the Hong Kong International Film Festival, according to Post film editor Yvonne Teh. As of March 23, tickets were still available to the following (to see if a screening is sold out, check http://www.hkiff.org.hk/eng/programme/fullhouse.html):

 

Port of Call

April 6, 6pm Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre Grand Theatre

April 6, 7.15pm, MCL Telford Cinema

Additional HKIFF Cine Fan screening:

Apr 19, 2.30pm, Hong Kong Arts Centre agnès b. Cinema

The Lady from Shanghai

Apr 3, 2pm, Hong Kong City Hall Theatre

3D The Last Emperor

March 29, 12.15pm, The Grand Cinema  (sold out)

April 6, 9pm, Hong Kong City Hall Theatre

Additional HKIFF Cine Fan screening: April 12, 2.30pm, The Grand Cinema

From What is Before

March 29, 1.30pm, Hong Kong Arts Centre agnès b. Cinema

Legend of the Mountain

March 24, 8pm, Hong Kong Science Museum Lecture Hall

Once Upon a Time

April 1, 7.30pm, Hong Kong Cultural Centre Grand Theatre

Li’l Quinquin

March 25, 1pm, iSQUARE

April 6, 7.45pm, The Grand Cinema

The Cabinet of Dr Caligari

April 5, 1pm, Hong Kong Cultural Centre Grand Theatre

Repast (aka A Married Life)

April 5, 5.30pm, The Grand Cinema

Additional HKIFF Cine Fan screening: May 2, 5.15pm, Hong Kong Arts Centre agnès b. Cinema

Daughters, Wives and a Mother

April 6, 5.15pm,  The Grand Cinema

Additional HKIFF Cine Fan screening: May 24, 2.30pm, Hong Kong Arts Centre agnès b. Cinema

Revivre

March 26, 7.45pm, The Grand Cinema

April 2, 5.15pm, MCL Telford Cinema

Horse money

March 27, 9:45pm, UA Cityplaza

March 29, 7:15pm, The Grand Cinema

Party Girl

March 24, 8pm, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre Theatre 1

March 28, 9.45pm, UA Cityplaza
 

'71

March 31, 9.30pm, The Grand Cinema

April 3, 1.30pm,  Hong Kong Cultural Centre Grand Theatre
 

In The Basement

March 30, 2.45pm, UA iSQUARE

April 3, 9.30pm, Hong Kong City Hall Theatre
 

Goodnight Mommy

April 5, 6.50pm, Hong Kong City Hall Theatre

April 2, 11.45pm, UA Cine Moko (sold out)
 

Victoria

March 26, 2pm, UA Cityplaza

April 5, 9.30pm, The Grand Cinema

Pride

April 6, 9pm, Hong Kong Cultural Centre Grand Theatre

Additional HKIFF Cine Fan screenings: April 11, 5.30pm, and May 17, 2pm, at The Grand Cinema 

1001 grams

April 3, 5pm, Hong Kong City Hall Theatre

April 6, 7.30pm,  UA Cine Moko (sold out)
 

Amour Fou

March 26, 7pm, UA Cityplaza

March 28, 5.30pm, UA Cityplaza
 

The Tales of Hoffmann

April 4,1.30pm, Hong Kong Cultural Centre Grand Theatre

Sunflower Occupation

April 3,7.30pm, The Grand Cinema

April 5, 8pm, Hong Kong Science Museum Lecture Hall
 
Summer in Narita: The Front Line for the Liberation of Japan
 

April 4, 5.30pm, Hong Kong Science Museum Lecture Hall

Additional screening on April 17, 7:30pm, at Hong Kong Arts Centre agnès b. Cinema 

Narita: Peasants of the Second Fortress
 

April 5, 5pm, PM Hong Kong Science Museum Lecture Hall

Additional screening on April 18, 8.30pm, at Hong Kong Arts Centre agnès b. Cinema 

The Wages of Resistance: Narita Stories
 

April 3, 7.45pm, The Grand Cinema (sold out)

Additional screening on April 7, 2.30pm, at Hong Kong Arts Centre agnès b. Cinema

Narita: Heta Village
 

April 6, 5.30pm, Hong Kong Science Museum Lecture Hall

Additional screening on April 19, 8.30pm, at Hong Kong Arts Centre agnès b. Cinema

Timbuktu

March 25, 2.30pm  The Grand Cinema secondary school screening
March 29, 5.15pm, The Grand Cinema
April 2, 7.15pm, Hong Kong City Hall Theatre (sold out)  

Tokyo Olympiad

March 29, 2pm, UA Cine Moko

Additional screening on May 8, 7:30pm, at  Hong Kong Arts Centre agnès b. Cinema

Sour sweet

March 30, 12.30pm, UA iSQUARE

The following films are among those for which all seats have been sold already: Taxi; 3D The Taking of Tiger Mountain; The Young and Prodigious TS. Spivet; The Golden Era