Title

Hong Kong independent films : the poetics and politics of gender and sexuality

Streaming Media

Additional Streaming Media

Media Information

This event contains 4 video clips. More videos available at:
https://lingnan.hosted.panopto.com/Panopto/Pages/Sessions/List.aspx?folderID=aaecb45d-c699-4a68-bca2-736b0cbc7c5c

Organizer

Office of the Faculty of Arts, Lingnan University; Department of Cultural Studies, Lingnan University; Center for the Study of Globalization and Cultures, The University of Hong Kong (HKU)

Event Title

Lingnan Art Week

Document Type

Public Seminar

Date

3-24-2011

Time

3:00 p.m. -- 5:00 p.m.

Venue

GEG01, Lingnan University

Description

Hong Kong independent films offer a wealth of treasures for cultural analysis. This forum aims to examine the poetics and politics of gender and sexuality in Hong Kong independent films made outside the mainstream, industrial cinema. We will feature the appearances of two indie filmmakers, Yau Ching and Tammy Cheung, who will join two scholars, Natalia Chan and Esther Cheung, to explore how film is used as a form of social and cultural criticism.

Language

Cantonese

Additional Information

Other Speaker: Lok Fung (Natalia Sui Hung CHAN), Assistant Professor of Department of Cultural & Religious Studies, CUHK

Recommended Citation

So, Z., Cheung, E. M. K., Cheung, T., Ching, Y., & Chan, N. (2011, March 24). Hong Kong independent films: The poetics and politics of gender and sexuality. [Video podcast].

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