Movie Screening: Ten Years

 

“How many decades do we have?”

The March Opposing the Extradition Laws Amendment on 9 June was a milestone in civil movement in Hong Kong, yet the regime declined to withdraw the amendment bill. The determination of over a million people became a joke to the government and the deceased became their political dupe. Ten Years, Best Film of the 35th Hong Kong Film Awards, has been described as the prophecy of Hong Kong, which reflects the situation of our human rights, democracy and freedom of expression. The CAC believes that Ten Years can bring us not only resonance and also inspiration.

This film screening welcomes the general public and is free of charge, The CAC hereby thank Golden Scene and the five directors of Ten Years.

Stick to it, Hong Kong!

Date: 11 June 2019 (Tuesday)
Time: 1800
Venue: UG1, Union Building, HKU (Area Outside Union Office)
Co-organiser: Golden Scene Co. Ltd. – Film
Length: 104 mins
(Free Entry)

For any inquiries, please contact Davin Wong, the Acting President, via davinwong.asterism@gmail.com.