Filmmaker Andrew Hevia, in a scene from his 2019 film Leave the Bus Through the Broken Window. Photo: Studio SV Filmmaker Andrew Hevia, in a scene from his 2019 film Leave the Bus Through the Broken Window. Photo: Studio SV
Filmmaker Andrew Hevia, in a scene from his 2019 film Leave the Bus Through the Broken Window. Photo: Studio SV

Lost in Hong Kong, Moonlight co-producer Andrew Hevia’s intended film about the city’s art scene became documentary of his failure to execute the plan

  • Leave the Bus Through the Broken Window was supposed to be a documentary about Art Basel Hong Kong and the city’s vibrant art scene
  • Realising he was in over his head, Hevia instead filmed a quirky diary about being powerless in a city where you don’t know the rules

Topic |   Art
Filmmaker Andrew Hevia, in a scene from his 2019 film Leave the Bus Through the Broken Window. Photo: Studio SV Filmmaker Andrew Hevia, in a scene from his 2019 film Leave the Bus Through the Broken Window. Photo: Studio SV
Filmmaker Andrew Hevia, in a scene from his 2019 film Leave the Bus Through the Broken Window. Photo: Studio SV
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