FICM winning films to be shown in Hong Kong
The CineClub Mexico in Hong Kong will screen a series of awarded films in various editions of the FICM. This is possible thanks to the Consulate General of Mexico in Hong Kong, and the support of the Mexican Agency for International Development Cooperation (AMEXCID) and the Mexican Film Institute (IMCINE). The Cantonese media company HK01 will be the local partner, providing the venue for the screenings.
CineClub México was founded more than two years ago by the Consulate General of Mexico in Hong Kong. Since its origin, it screens a Mexican film the last Thursday of every month. The number of assistants to CineClub México has increased and diversified, attracting more local people from Hong Kong who are interested in Mexico’s cinema.
From April to December 2017, the Hong Kong audience will be able to enjoy a FICM winning film every month. In this way, on the eve of the festival’s 15th anniversary, FICM continues its mission of promoting quality Mexican cinema around the world.
The films that will be shown in Hong Kong are:
Güeros (2014) by Alonso Ruizpalacios. Best Actor in a Feature Film, Best First or Second Mexican Feature Film, Guerrero Press Award, Audience Award, 12th FICM.
Quebranto / Disrupted (2013) by Roberto Fiesco. Guerrero Press Award, 11th FICM.
I Hate Love (2012) by Humberto Hinojosa. Audience Award, 10th FICM.
Los reyes del pueblo que no existe / Kings of Nowhere (2015) by Betzabé García. Best Mexican Documentary, Best Documentary Made by a Woman, 13th FICM.
Te prometo anarquía / I Promise You Anarchy (2015) by Julio Hernández Cordón. Guerrero Press Award, Special Jury Mention, 13th FICM.
No quiero dormir sola / She Doesn’t Want To Sleep Alone (2012) by Natalia Beristáin. Best Mexican Feature Film, 10th FICM.
Yo (2015) by Matias Meyer. Best Mexican Feature Film, Best Actor in a Mexican Feature Film, 13th FICM.
Matria (2014) by Fernando Llanos. Best Mexican Documentary, 12th FICM.
Workers (2013) by José Luis Valle. Best Mexican Feature Film, 11th FICM.
All of the screenings will take on the last Thursday of each month at 6:30 pm at 01 Space, 127 Queen’s Road East, Wanchai, Hong Kong. The entrance is free of charge.