Film exhibition marks 25th anniversary of HK special administrative region
An exhibition of films titled “Hong Kong cinema makes waves in Thailand” is being held to mark the 25th anniversary of the establishment of the special administrative region.
The exhibition is a collaboration between Hong Kong government agency Create Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in Bangkok and SF Corporation.
Screenings are open to the public at SFX Cinema in Chiang Mai’s Maya Lifestyle Shopping Centre until July 31.
A similar exhibition will be held at SF Cinema, Central Khon Kaen, between August 5 and 7.
The exhibition features six Hong Kong films that the public can watch for free – One Second Champion, Rouge, Keep Rolling, Anita, The First Girl I Loved and Time.
Meanwhile, an exhibition of photographs to do with Hong Kong’s film industry is being held at SF World Cinema at Bangkok's CentralWorld until July 31.
Bangkok deputy governor Sanon Wangsrangboon said Hong Kong and Thailand have enjoyed a good relationship for a long time, especially in art, culture, tourism and films.
“This exhibition will strengthen the relationship between Thailand and Hong Kong via films,” he said.
Those interested can receive tickets at the exhibition’s public relations booth in front of participating theatres.
For more information, visit the SF Cinema website www.sfcinema.com or social media platforms.