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嗜血戀人
Vampire's Love
Director: Choi Kit-ling

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Production Country Hong Kong
Production Year 2014
Duration 12' 42''
Colour Colour
Language No dialogue and subtitles
Genre Drama
Shooting Format PAL
Synopsis In nightfall, a couple at a psychedelic underground bar, \\\
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Remarks shared after Festival


"I am really grateful that I received
support from Hong Kong Short Film: New Action Express (NAE), so that I could
join the 68th Festival de Cannes Short film session with the funding
from HKAC and HKNAE and be there to feel the local’s passion towards film. It
was an eye-opening experience to be able to exchange with filmmakers or film
lovers from all over the world and talk about my short. I have also met local
reporters and a film producer from China, and was invited to attend other film
festival, Imagine Film Festival for screening as well.. [More]
"I am really grateful that I received
support from Hong Kong Short Film: New Action Express (NAE), so that I could
join the 68th Festival de Cannes Short film session with the funding
from HKAC and HKNAE and be there to feel the local’s passion towards film. It
was an eye-opening experience to be able to exchange with filmmakers or film
lovers from all over the world and talk about my short. I have also met local
reporters and a film producer from China, and was invited to attend other film
festival, Imagine Film Festival for screening as well. "



— Shared
by Choi Kit-ling Charlie, director of Vampire’s Love, after attending the Short
Film Palme d-or & Short Film Corner – 68th Festival de Cannes in
France, under the sponsorship of NAE.
“I am glad that I could
attend the Five Flavours Film Festival on behalf of Choi Kit-ling, director of Vampire’s Love. It was really a valuable
experience to share our work with audiences with different cultural backgrounds
and mindsets. This did allow us to understand how the audience feel and think
about our work worldwide.. [More]
“I am glad that I could
attend the Five Flavours Film Festival on behalf of Choi Kit-ling, director of Vampire’s Love. It was really a valuable
experience to share our work with audiences with different cultural backgrounds
and mindsets. This did allow us to understand how the audience feel and think
about our work worldwide. Five Flavours Film Festival focuses on Hong Kong and
Asian films. Its passion and support on Hong Kong film industry does really
amaze me. Film is a language without ethnic borders. Thanks to NAE for opening the door of the
world for us.”



— Shared by Chan Chi-lap, cinematographer of Vampire’s Love, after attending 9th Five Flavours Film Festival in Poland,
under the sponsorship of NAE.

* Information provided by Director