The 39th Hong Kong International Film Festival, which runs from March 23 until April 6, will screen 264 films from more than 50 countries. There will be world and Hong Kong premieres, appearances by acclaimed directors, and five awards will be presented. This is the page for all the Post’s coverage of the festival and other film events taking place during the period of the festival.
The film director, who was sentenced to death aged 17, talks about surviving multiple assassination attempts and sharing a prison cell in Iran with the now-Supreme Leader's brother.
An action drama set in strife-torn 1970s Northern Ireland doesn't take sides.
The opening of this year's Filmart trade fair saw a host of new movies by Hong Kong filmmakers announced. Among them are John Woo, Johnnie To Kei-fung, Derek Kwok Chi-kin, Fruit Chan Gor and Ringo Lam Ling-tung.
Find out where you can see films during the Hong Kong International Film Festival, where and how to buy tickets, and useful website addresses for film fans.
This year's Hong Kong International Film Festival features a mix of art house dramas, big-budget crowd-pleasers, local fare and rarely seen classics.