Hong Kong Tag Archive

How Max Hattler Transformed Hong Kong’s Vertical Skyline into Living Film Strips in ‘Serial Parallels’

Animation, Art & Fashion

4th September, 2019

Max Hattler provides some insight into his new film 'Serial Parallels' an experimental portrait of Hong Kong one of the most vertical cities in the world.

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Alex Vivian Shines a Light on Rising Hong Kong Female Basketball Star Cheuk Ting in ‘Emergence’


23rd January, 2019

DN speaks to Alex Vivian about growing up in Hong Kong, not conforming to the traditional documentary formula, and using colour in short doc 'Emergence'.

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Going Ape

Animation, Asides

20th November, 2018

A colourful collage of pop culture references 'Going Ape' imagines a world where apes have fully embraced the smartphone & all its associated behaviours.

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Art & Fashion, Asides

12th June, 2018

Dillon M. Banda's contemplative short celebrates the human spirit as it follows a community of nuns and monks as they prepare for a major ceremony.

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Max Hattler & Lux Prima Join Forces for an Audiovisual Collision of Repetition & Distortion in ‘Divisional Articulations’

Animation, Art & Fashion, Music

5th July, 2017

We speak to long-time DN Alum Max Hattler about the trajectory his prolific career to date & his latest audiovisual collaboration with composer Lux Prima.

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Dillon M. Banda Embarks on an Intimate Journey of Significant Songs and Past Love in ‘Ghosts’

Art & Fashion

4th July, 2017

Dillon M. Banda highlights the significant role music plays as the emotional soundtrack of memory in the first instalment of his 'How We Live Now' series.

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Hong Kong Station


7th April, 2013

Treehouse Studio’s animation provide a guided tour of four decades of Hong Kong expressed as four levels of a metro station in Hong Kong Station. You

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A Decade


1st November, 2012

Created by the combined force of Oscar Sheikh and Ray Wong, A Decade is a 90 second animation detailing how sections of society have started to live in the

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Batman: Dark Knightfall


7th August, 2012

If you’re planning to dip your toe into the world of stop motion fan films by making a short based on a beloved comic hero franchise, I suggest you

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