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Disposition
Director: Mak Siu-fung

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Production Country Hong Kong
Production Year 2014
Duration 17’37”
Colour Colour
Language No dialogue and subtitles
Genre Animation
Shooting Format HD
Synopsis M the hunter is pursuing his prey, a gigantic creature hiding in a snow mountain for years, at all costs. He has braved dangers and eventually put himself in a life-threatening situation. An incident which occurred subsequently has led him to a dilemma – to confront his own hunting actions. What would M do?
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Remarks shared after Festival


“The quality of the films in the film festivals is undoubtedly prime. All the
animations have a strong personal style and a wide range of subject matter, in
addition to being depicted in fine art. Many of the works have no dialogue,
this allows people to think more in-depth.. [More]
“The quality of the films in the film festivals is undoubtedly prime. All the
animations have a strong personal style and a wide range of subject matter, in
addition to being depicted in fine art. Many of the works have no dialogue,
this allows people to think more in-depth. I would describe this can open the
door to another way of thinking for the audience to enter into another new
creative world. Although no exchange of sharing and after screening discussion
were quite a pity, it allowed me to have more time to watch more high-quality
and unlimited animation works, which can also be considered a kind of
ideological exchange. Unfortunately, the arrangement by the festival organiser
has made me impossible to attend the opening ceremony, as to me the opening ceremony
is always the key project of the film festival, which can be even more
meaningful than the film festival itself. There could be some national
characteristics which could show more about the local culture. In addition,
after all of the screening sessions, discussions are not arranged for exchange
purpose, which is quite essential in most of the film festival I participated.
Besides, most of the film festival activities were all lecture format, which
provided no room for directors from all over the world to communicate. AS the
whole, I think the arrangement of the festival is not comprehensive enough, and
I believe there is room for improvement.”



—Shared by Mak Siu-fung, director of Disposition, after attending the Seoul International Cartoon and
Animation Festival 2016 in South Korea, under the sponsorship of NAE.

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