Art Film Hour 2018

Art Film Hour: Screening of ”The Love Eterne”

Contemporary Art Programme

Art Film Hour: Screening of “Removed” and “Casa Roshell”

Contemporary Art Programme

Art Film Hour: Screening of “Cosmetic Emergency” and “The Face of Another”

Contemporary Art Programme

Art Film Hour: Screening of “DROGA!” and “Recollection”

Contemporary Art Programme

Art Film Hour: NANG Night: Screening of “Story of a Discharged Prisoner” with a lecture by Victor Fan

Contemporary Art Programme

Art Film Hour: Filmic Landscapes with Ackbar Abbas

Contemporary Art Programme

Second New Wave Taiwanese Film Intensive with Ackbar Abbas

Contemporary Art Programme

Art Film Hour: The Thought Leader and Seconds

Contemporary Art Programme

Art Film Hour: Compound Characters: A Screening of Shorts

Contemporary Art Programme

Art Film Hour: He Who Eats Children and The Jealous One

Contemporary Art Programme

Art Film Hour: Start From Scratch, Not Two Steps Back: An Evening with Simon Liu

Contemporary Art Programme
Time
10am-12pm
Location
A Hall Studio Map
Price
Free of charge
Second New Wave Taiwanese Film Intensive with Ackbar Abbas

General

Co-presented by
Department of Cultural Studies, Lingnan University

Professor Ackbar Abbas will hold two days of intensive seminars, each lasting two hours, to discuss Second New Wave Taiwanese Cinema, as part of the “I Sing While Walking: Tsai Ming-Liang’s Stories and Songs” event series, while delving into mimetic memory creation via filmic landscapes. To attend, please apply by submitting a short letter of intent (150 words) to learnart@taikwun.hk before 2 November 2018.

 


A professor of comparative literature at the University of California, Irvine Ackbar Abbas was previously the chair of comparative literature and a co-director of the Centre for the Study of Globalization and Cultures at the University of Hong Kong, China. His research interests include globalisation, Hong Kong and Chinese culture, architecture, cinema, post colonialism, and critical theory. His book Hong Kong: Culture and the Politics of Disappearance was published by the University of Minnesota Press in 1997. He also served as a Contributing Editor to Public Culture, an academic journal published by Duke University Press.