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山洞野人
Lost Cemeteries
Director: Ho Ying-kuen

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Production Country Hong Kong
Production Year 2016
Duration 26'00''
Colour Colour & B/W
Language In Cantonese with Chinese and English subtitles
Genre Drama
Shooting Format HDV
Synopsis Tung and Yan, brothers from a single-parent family, solely rely on their mother who operates a store selling incenses in a wet market for living. After a year since their mother has passed away, the government now implements a plan to demolish the public estates for redevelopment.
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Remarks shared after Festival


“This is my first cross-field work to combine different forms of art: documentary, theatrical play and fiction. In Lost Cemeteries I tried to explore the issues of life and death, truth and falsity, filial piety and conflicts between individual and society. At the festival, I was sitting beside groups of short film lovers and groups of creative artists, I can explore what the artists and audience expect, what the European market needs, and the popularity and trends of short films.. [More]
“This is my first cross-field work to combine different forms of art: documentary, theatrical play and fiction. In Lost Cemeteries I tried to explore the issues of life and death, truth and falsity, filial piety and conflicts between individual and society. At the festival, I was sitting beside groups of short film lovers and groups of creative artists, I can explore what the artists and audience expect, what the European market needs, and the popularity and trends of short films.”





— Shared by Ho Ying-Kuen,
director of Lost Cemeteries after attending Clermont-Ferrand
International Short Film Festival & Market 2018 in France, under the
sponsorship of NAE.





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from https://www.instagram.com/clermontfilmfest/

* Information provided by Director