Film Fes­ti­val

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Sun­dance Film Fes­ti­val: Hong Kong

The Sun­dance film fest is back in Hong Kong with a se­lec­tion of hits from this year’s fes­ti­val as well as in­die pro­duc­tions from Hong Kong. Open­ing film

“stars Daniel Rad­cliffe as a flat­u­lent, life-sav­ing corpse. Other high­lights in­clude “about a fam­ily forced to rein­te­grate into so­ci­ety af­ter years liv­ing in iso­la­tion, and Hong Kong doc­u­men­tary “

by emerg­ing film­maker Ni­cole Fan, which dis­cusses Hong Kong’s per­va­sive cul­ture of sex­ism. Film­mak­ers will also take part in post-screen­ing

Q&A ses­sions; check the web­site for more de­tails. Sep 22-Oct 2. The Metro­plex, G/F, E-Max, KITEC, 1 Trade­mart Drive, Kowloon Bay, hk.sun­dance.org

Cine Ital­iano!

In the late sum­mer haze of Hong Kong, Cine Ital­iano of­fers an op­por­tu­nity to es­cape, tem­po­rar­ily, into a boy’s imag­i­na­tion in his small Ital­ian town (“

or the Ro­man wa­ter­front where mob bosses have found them­selves in league with the Catholic church and cor­rupt politi­cians (“or to an apart­ment in Rome where two in­de­pen­dent women come to terms with their re­la­tion­ship (Maria Sole Tog­nazzi’s “Sep 21-25. The Grand Cinema, 2/F, El­e­ments, 1 Austin Rd. West, West Kowloon. $65-90 from cine-ital­iano.hk

Swiss Army Man” Cap­tain Fan­tas­tic,” Ob­jects” Par­adiso”), Me, My­self and Her”). Suburra”), She Cinema

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