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家庭日
Family Day
Director: Chan Ka-chun, Lee Kin-lok

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Production Country Hong Kong
Production Year 2015
Duration 3'22
Colour Colour
Language No dialogue and subtitles
Genre Animation
Shooting Format HD
Synopsis Nowadays, the society seemed indifferent and even families are less harmonious and led to children's loneliness. This piece of animation is hoped to let parents know that their children need their love remembered.
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Remarks shared after Festival visit


"This trip broadened my horizon. I learnt a lot about film making from professional film makers with their excellent works and skills. The film festival had inspired my production in the future. Thanks NAEHK for supporting me in participating this festival, this led me to an in-depth understanding about movie making and western cultures. People in Spain are nice, kind and they seldom judge others. I think this is a positive and unique culture that is different from our own. This trip really inspired me a lot, not only in film production, but also make me a good thinker so I can come up with stories in future film production."

— Shared by Lee Kin-lok, director of Family Day after attending Mostra Internacional de Cinema Educatiu (MICE) in Spain, under the sponsorship of NAE.

“It is an inspiring trip, I have learnt a lot from the directors and students as well as their unique culture. I have met other directors and producers during the refreshment period and after screenings. We talked about the development of film industry in our home town and gained some new insights for my future works.”

—Shared by Lee Kin-lok, director of Family Day, after attending the VAFI - 7th International Children and Youth Animation Film Festival Varaždin in Croatia, under the sponsorship of NAE.

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