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It feels harsh rating this as an attraction, when the library facilities would clearly be of great utility to film students and film obsessive but I suppose that’s the point of this app! So...if you’re in the area or coming to a particular film showing...More
OMG! Free entry!
Being a movie buff and a neighbor (I live nearby), I thought there would be good to pay for a visit. You know the local film industry was at a peak in the 80s. There must be a lot to show…
There are always exhibitions with different themes being held at the Hong Kong Fim Archive and the latest one I visited was on City Cinema, which produced many hit movies in the 80s and 90s. I visit this attraction regularly for the exhibitions as well...More
As a fan of Hong Kong cinema this was at the top of my list of places to visit in my short trip to the city. I spent a couple of hours in the temporary exhibition on scriptwriting, learning a lot while watching interviews with...More
Whether it's to see a frequently changing exhibit on Hong Kong films, view a movie, or make use of the resource centre, anyone with even the slightest interest in film and the film industry should stop by HKFA. You'll easily spend more time than you...More
An interesting specialist attraction near Sai Wan Ho is the Hong Kong Film Archive, which is managed by the HK Leisure and Culture Services department and is tasked with collecting and conserving Hong Kong films, related artefacts and materials.
Here you can visit a free...More
This should only be visited by people with a very serious interest in cinema that borders on the academic. It's more like a scholarly institute without much to show to the public. It's not really a museum. There are movie screenings and an exhibit of...More
The place is small and comes with a small cinema showing mainly old movies. It is easy getting there using MTR. Get off at the Sai Wan Ho Station and take Exit A. Walk towards the sea and in 15 minutes, you are there.
If you love films, then you will find a way to get to this place which is in an out of the way location for many in Hong Kong. But I have made the trip many times. If there is something showing you want to...More