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90 天
90 days
Director: Timothy Yeung

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Production Country Hong Kong
Production Year 2013
Duration 18’ 35”
Colour Colour
Language In Cantonese and Madarin with English subtitles
Genre Drama (Fiction)
Shooting Format Red Epic 5K
Synopsis Li Jan, a girl from Northern China, travels to Hong Kong with a 90 day tourist visa to meet with a groom, Tat, to be brought into the world of underground prostitution. On this first night, she is guided through different back alleys into different red light motels while trying to make a single phone call. As she delves deeper into the world the phone call seems beneath her grasp.
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Remarks shared after Festival


“Overall, the festival was an
amazing experience. Palm Springs International Film Festival truly is about
celebrating, and to help guide new emerging filmmakers. All the panels from
industry guest were very enlightening and the guest speakers were very open to
telling us their personal knowledge of the industry.. [More]
“Overall, the festival was an
amazing experience. Palm Springs International Film Festival truly is about
celebrating, and to help guide new emerging filmmakers. All the panels from
industry guest were very enlightening and the guest speakers were very open to
telling us their personal knowledge of the industry. We received great
panel/master classes from Ted Hope, Top Film Festival Programmers, Industry
insiders, US Casting Society, and very good filmmakers. In addition to the
panels, many events, roundtables, parties, etc, were thrown everyday to allow
for networking and career building opportunities. This way we could have a
lecture panel formal discussion and then also have time to meet people in a
more relaxing setting. The chance to also watch so many great films has been
very inspiring and motivational to continue producing good work. We were also
very fortunate to receive two awards from the festival, and the awards have led
to future collaborations and grants towards our next project. Overall, the
festival was an amazing experience and the knowledge and opportunities gained
has been priceless.”

— Shared by Timothy Yeung, director of 90 Days after attending 20th Palm Springs International Film Festival & Short Fest, USA, under the sponsorship of NAE.
After my film screened at the festival and we received the award, CAA (Creative
Arts Agency) has reached out to me as they are looking for directors to represent. We have been in communication
since and we are looking to meet to discuss my next project.


This was a really wonderful festival for Asian cinema as it really celebrated
works from different Asian filmmakers from all around the world.. [More]
After my film screened at the festival and we received the award, CAA (Creative
Arts Agency) has reached out to me as they are looking for directors to represent. We have been in communication
since and we are looking to meet to discuss my next project.


This was a really wonderful festival for Asian cinema as it really celebrated
works from different Asian filmmakers from all around the world. I also, liked how the festival did a wonderful job at
advertising the festival as many shows had a lot of audience. Overall the trip was very beneficial as I was able to screen my
film at two festivals during my time in LA. We screened at Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival and screened at the Newport Beach
Film Festival. Through both events I continued to add to my fan base and also continued to build my network. In addition,
LAAPFF was a great experience as I was at a festival that really celebrated works made by Asian people. Therefore, I
felt that there is a place for Asian stories and Asian voices.


— Shared by Timothy Yeung, director of 90 Days after attending Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival, USA, under the sponsorship of NAE.

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