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Eye Bags
Director: Jun Ho

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Production Country Hong Kong
Production Year 2016
Duration 5'45''
Colour Colour
Language In Cantonese with Chinese and English subtitles
Genre Animation
Shooting Format HDV
Synopsis Through the monologue, Talia tells her experience of having a chronic insomnia problem. She does not know the reason that causes this problem. One day, she meets Ah Gum, the goldfish who lives in her eye bags. They develop an interesting relationship.
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Remarks shared after Festival


"First time to attend the Clermont-Ferrand
International Short Film Festival in France, this is a great experience for me.


First, this is an important chance to
promote Hong Kong short film to the world. Clermont-Ferrand International Short
Film Festival involves a well-known big short film market that attracts the
producers and short filmmaker come every year.. [More]
"First time to attend the Clermont-Ferrand
International Short Film Festival in France, this is a great experience for me.


First, this is an important chance to
promote Hong Kong short film to the world. Clermont-Ferrand International Short
Film Festival involves a well-known big short film market that attracts the
producers and short filmmaker come every year. We are provided with a market
booth and 3 screenings. Our Hong Kong team visits different booth form different
countries to share our works to them.


Through the screening, audience could have
chances to watch Hong Kong short films and to know more about our culture such
as our politic environment, our living environment, what pressure Hong Kong are
facing. And the Q&A sessions can enhance the interaction between the
filmmakers and audience.


Second, this is a great chance for the Hong
Kong filmmakers to learn more from the foreign short films. There are lots of
screenings with different categories, different countries. Hong Kong filmmakers
can watch some outstanding works which is a very good experience.


French short film culture has a long
history. It influences many people not only domestically but internationally.


The short film is still very small in scale
in Hong Kong. We still need today much effort to motivate this category to Hong
Kong people. For example, there should be more short film screenings in
theatres and short film competitions in order to attract people to join."





— Shared by Jun Ho, director of Eye Bags after attending Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival & Market 2018 in France, under the sponsorship of NAE.

* Information provided by Director