Film Title

Blind Vision
Director: Leecat Ho


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Production Country Hong Kong
Production Year 2013
Duration 3' 15
Colour Colour
Language In Cantonese with Chinese and English subtitles
Genre Animation
Shooting Format HD
Synopsis Blind Vision is a story about blindness. What is the visual inside the dark world? The inner world of a blind person’s mind will be visualized by the animation. With the support of Hong Kong Blind Union, the animators have talked with and interviewed member to know more about the life of a blind person. What does sunrise look like in their eyes? How to cross a busy street without seeing? How they form a picture in their mind with sound, scent and all the other senses? What is the color of fear and happiness?
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Remarks shared after Festival visit

After graduating from Hong Kong Baptist University (School of Communication) some years ago, Leecat Ho has been video director in tv channel and lecturer of design school. Since 2011, he started his own studio, which works on various kinds of creative projects including photography, motion-picture, music and design. Apart from purely commercial works he also created several independent projects. His works have been winner/finalist of local & international festivals including Cannes Film Festival (Short Film Corner), Hong Kong Freshwave Film, The China International King Bonn New Media Shorts Festival (Animation), CG Overdrive (Singapore), CCDC Jumping Frames, Promax(Asia), etc.

“Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival showcased a wide range of short films from all over the world and provided a platform for directors, illustrators and actors to present their works. I used to think there must be a structure for any stories, the only way audience would be touched by it if they are able to understand the story itself. It is my pleasure to appreciate one of the screened animation work, 365 (2013), directed by Myles Mcleod , it has inspired me to be innovative in my creation and abandon any restriction.

The festival had paid great efforts in promoting the festival itself and the entire event was well-organised. This encourages people from different cultural background to make connections and create sparkles with each other. I learned much from this kind of collaboration which unbound by the limitations of creation.”

— Shared by Chan Wai Man, animator of Blind Vision after attending Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival & Market 2015 in France, under the sponsorship of NAE.

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