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紅雞蛋
Red Egg
Director: Choy Kam-chiu

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Production Country Hong Kong
Production Year 2016
Duration 4’40”
Colour Color
Language No dialogue and subtitles
Genre Animation
Shooting Format HD
Synopsis Red Egg is sand animation consist of 1582 individual sand painting. The story is about ones life from start to the end, with the desire of chasing dream among every stages of life. It is about love, sadness, anxiety, sickness, religion... all about life is condensed into a 4 mins 45 second animation.
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Remarks shared after Festival


“Brooklyn Film Festival is a precious experience to Red Egg and me, the standard of works are very high in this
festival and competition is keen. This festival provides a very good platform for
filmmakers to know each other and share experiences on animation. It is a great cultural exchange.. [More]
“Brooklyn Film Festival is a precious experience to Red Egg and me, the standard of works are very high in this
festival and competition is keen. This festival provides a very good platform for
filmmakers to know each other and share experiences on animation. It is a great cultural exchange.



On Animation category, the standard of works is very high, as most of the
animators are already inside the industry. Most of them work in animation studios for TV or games. The works included in the
screening is selected from 2,854 submissions coming from 120 different countries. Although RED EGG did not receive any award, I am very grateful to be
included in the festival. The most important
thing I received from this festival is Sand Art in animation form is highly
appreciated in the community. Through this trip, I
learnt that my presentation in the form of sand is generally accepted by the
U.S., however, the music, storytelling technique and post-production skill are what I
still have to improve a lot in order to gain any international award. Looking
forward to next year Brooklyn Film Festival and I hope my future work can be
included in the festival again.”



—Shared by Choy Kam-chiu, director of Red Egg, after attending the 19th Brooklyn Film Festival in
USA, under the sponsorship of NAE.

* Information provided by Director