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港漂
The Drifter
Director: Wong Tin-shing

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Production Country Hong Kong
Production Year 2014
Duration 22'21
Colour Colour
Language In Cantonese with Chinese and English subtitles
Genre Drama
Shooting Format HD
Synopsis Sze-man is facing a dilemma when she participates in an inter-school debate. On the negative side, she is working on the
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Remarks shared after Festival


Participating in Five Flavours Film
Festival was a fantastic trip as Polish people do respect movies and movie
makers very much. They pay a high attention in the content of the movies and
filmmakers’ thoughts. It was nice to have a discussion about the movie industry
trend in Hong Kong and the Hollywood with them.. [More]
Participating in Five Flavours Film
Festival was a fantastic trip as Polish people do respect movies and movie
makers very much. They pay a high attention in the content of the movies and
filmmakers’ thoughts. It was nice to have a discussion about the movie industry
trend in Hong Kong and the Hollywood with them. There were lots of great time
to communicate with the audiences and hosts about movies, cultures, history,
arts, designs, social relations and so on. I want to thank NAE for sponsoring
me to participate in this meaningful and joyful film festival. Their interests
and enthusiasm in movie industry strengthen my faith toward the power of film.
I am looking forward to any opportunities to join the festival next year.


— Shared by Wong Tin Shing, director of The Drifter,after attending the 9th Five Flavours Film Festival in Poland, under the sponsorship of NAE.
Since the locals in Taiwan are more leisure, they
could spend more time and stay behind to discuss films
with directors after screening. For example, I was
being asked where my inspiration came from; when I started to make my film; and
what my short term plans were right now. I
think it is a great experience and I have gained new insights from the
festival.. [More]
Since the locals in Taiwan are more leisure, they
could spend more time and stay behind to discuss films
with directors after screening. For example, I was
being asked where my inspiration came from; when I started to make my film; and
what my short term plans were right now. I
think it is a great experience and I have gained new insights from the
festival. I have found that locals do focus a lot on their own history, and they
are keen on reflecting or exploring it of different time periods through films,
and I learnt that this is quite different from the
atmosphere in Hong Kong. There were lots of good times for me to communicate
with the audiences and hosts about movies, cultures and history.


— Shared by Wong Tin Shing, director of The Drifter, after attending the 2015 South Taiwan Film Festival in Taiwan, under the sponsorship of NAE.

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