Red Dot Cinema curates inspiring Asian short films
and organises screening events around to the
world. Founded in 2015, Red Dot Cinema has
travelled to 20 cities worldwide, bringing Asian
short films, diverse Asian cultures, social issues,
and entertainment to the global audience.
Red Dot Cinema is coming to Hong Kong for the second year.
Partnering with Asia Society Hong Kong, we are excited to bring inspiring Asian short films at an interesting venue to people of Hong Kong.
8th July 2017 Sat
6:00pm: Drink reception
6:30pm: Screening starts
8:00pm: Special guests panel discussion
8:30pm: The end
Asia Society Hong Kong
9 Justice Dr, Admiralty,
Hong Kong (See Map)
What is happening?
Red Dot Cinema vol.2~
7 Asian short films from Japan, Singapore,
Korea, Taiwan & Thailand
(see programme below)
Tickets: Pre-sale HKD$100, At door HK$120
Welcome drinks & Refreshment
Talk & Discussion by Red Dot Cinema co-founders
& Hong Kong Filmmakers
For film trailers & details CLICK HERE
Red Dot Cinema @ Hong Kong
8th July Sat 6:00pm ~ 8:30pm, Asia Society Hong Kong
Wing Tze Lok（榮子樂, Filmmaker）started his career in the film and TV drama industry in 1999. He had played various roles such as assistant director, commercial director, screen writer, as well as executive director. At the low of Hong Kong’s film industry, he had basically experienced all roles in filmmaking. In 2016, he was being nominated as one the directors for "Ten Outstanding Young Persons Selection” (JCI).
Currently, Wing Tze Lok is working on a locally made Hong Kong film with a spin of craziness in it. The film is expected to be completed in 2017.
Lego Ho (Filmmaker) has been working as a cameraman at CNBC (Asia) since he graduated from University of Derby in England in 1995. He has great passion in photography, ever since he was given a camera as a present, and had developed his interest in photography and filming as his career. He likes travelling to do shooting in nature.
He is currently working as a cameraman at CNBC, an international TV channel shooting for international political economics news both on live or interviews- thus, making a lot of working trips to different Asian countries.
Tong (Founder of Red Dot Cinema) was living in Kyoto for 5 years, as a foreigner in a monoculture society of Japan. However, growing up in Singapore, a multicultural and international city state, he thought he could bring such experiences to his friends in Japan. Hence, he organised many screening events of short films from various countries to introduce different cultures to them.
In 2015, he launched Red Dot Cinema to organise screenings of Asian short films around the world, to share the culture, way of lives, social issues, and filmmaking across Asian countries. (see Our Story)