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燭火空留-消失了的灣仔殯儀業
Fading Flame the Disappearance of Funeral Industry in Wanchai
Director: Ng Wai-cheong Stanley

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Production Country Hong Kong
Production Year 2012
Duration 31’ 00”
Colour Colour
Language In Cantonese with Chinese & English subtitles
Genre Documentary
Shooting Format HD
Synopsis The funeral industry was once flourishing in Wan Chai but now vanished completely. Hardly can we find the slightest trace in the streets and avenues that we walk past every day. We are going to follow the footprints of old neighbours to look into the funeral industry, which was once flourishing at the time, in multiple perspectives.
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Remarks shared after Festival


"This is my first time
of attending such Festival; the 4th Taipei Frank Festival is an art festival in
general with a wide variety of art form presentations. It is a valuable chance
for the participation of this project for me as a new director. I have a chance
to see the world, which is impossible and not easy for me in the past.. [More]
"This is my first time
of attending such Festival; the 4th Taipei Frank Festival is an art festival in
general with a wide variety of art form presentations. It is a valuable chance
for the participation of this project for me as a new director. I have a chance
to see the world, which is impossible and not easy for me in the past. This
great experience can inspire my production in future very much."

— Shared by Ng Wai-cheong Stanley, director of Fading Flame – The Disappearance of Funeral Industry in Wanchai after attending the 4th Taipei Frank Festival in Taiwan, under the sponsorship
of NAE.
"NAE helps me to have chance to share my production in North
Iceland, audience there are so positive on my production related to oriental
culture about death, and impressed by it. This encourages my production and
promotes my film to all over the world, exploring the unexplored. Let people
know about Hong Kong more than the commercial action or drama films but also
short independent documentaries.. [More]
"NAE helps me to have chance to share my production in North
Iceland, audience there are so positive on my production related to oriental
culture about death, and impressed by it. This encourages my production and
promotes my film to all over the world, exploring the unexplored. Let people
know about Hong Kong more than the commercial action or drama films but also
short independent documentaries. "

— Shared by Ng Wai-cheong Stanley, director of Fading Flame – The Disappearance of Funeral Industry in Wanchai after attending the 1st Hong Kong Independent Film Week in North Iceland, under
the sponsorship of NAE.

* Information provided by Director