Film Title

I Am Me
Director: Eric Tsang


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Production Country Hong Kong
Production Year 2013
Duration 20’ 00”
Colour Colour & B/W
Language In Cantonese with Chinese and English subtitles
Genre Documentary
Shooting Format HD
Synopsis The I AM ME video advocacy project aims to arouse public concern about the bullying of school students because of their sexual orientation and gender identity through the use of individually created videos to inspire confidence and provide support to our viewers. It is also expected to support lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) students in accepting their own identities.
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Remarks shared after Festival visit

“"Queer" isn't a new concept at all. But it is still not yet well received by general public. Thanks Beijing Queer Film Festival for their long-term devotion to promoting and negotiating the queer culture in mainland China. It is no easy thing to hold any independent film festival in China, especially in Beijing. I am honoured to attend their 7th annual festival.
My film is about school bullying due to LGBT discrimination in Hong Kong. It is also available on YouTube, echoing an international project named "It Gets Better". Hope more and more LGBT friends will make their own "I am ME" videos and post them online. We need to show the public who we are. This is the best way to kill discrimination.
Lastly, thanks NAE again for the sponsorship. Young directors do need this kind of chance to learn outside. Hope the fund will continue to run year by year.
Support LGFT right!!”

— Shared by Tsang Hing-weng Eric, director of I am Me after attending 7th Beijing Queer Film Festival in China, under the sponsorship of NAE.

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