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HKAFF / Hong Kong Arthouse Film Festival / Hongkongfilmfestival.com Home About Submission Selection Contact ?2015 All Rights Reserved. Newsletter sign up Subscribe today to receive the latest news Email Subscribe Summer 2016 edition Subscribe 00 Seconds 00 Days About unique voices and messages The Hong Kong Arthouse Film Festival (HKAFF) is a quarterly online film festival meant to showcase innovative independent cinema from around the world by up-and-coming artists. HKAFF hopes to be the voice and representation for films with a unique voice and message, regardless of how low the budget might be. Aiming to inspire, motivate and award new talent. PRIVATE SCREENINGS All submissions are privately screened every quarter and evaluated by an international team of experts in the industry. . FILM SUBMISSION by FilmFreeway.com SUBMIT A FILM The Hong Kong Arthouse Film Festival accepts all forms and genres: short films, medium length films, feature films, drama, experimental, comedy, horror, slow cinema, sci fi, fantasy, animation, documentary, ... Go to our Filmfreeway listing to enter your film. SUBMISSIONS The Hong Kong Arthouse Film Festival accept all forms and genres. Films must be submitted via online screener (Vimeo, YouTube, or FilmFreeway Screener). All non-English language films must be subtitled in English. Entry does not guarantee acceptance into the festival. Submissions WILL NOT be returned. We also accept submissions that have premiered elsewhere and that may have distribution agreements already in place. Multiple entries are allowed, however a separate entry form must be submitted for each. ENTRY LIABILITY The filmmaker holds the Hong Kong Arthouse Film Festival, its management, juries, subsidiaries, agents, sponsors, affiliates, and etc. harmless from any and all claims of liability resulting from entry. The filmmaker certifies to have full rights. Producer will indemnify the organisers of the Festival against all claims, demands, costs, damages, expenses (including legal fees), proceedings and losses resulting from the screening of the film at the Festival or from claims by any third parties. OFFICIAL SELECTION and jury awards Fall 2016 offical selection The 2016 Fall selection will be announced on September 22nd, 2016. The Hong Kong Arthouse Film Festival will showcase at least 20 feature films and 100 short films. Each film we designate as an "Official Selection" will receive a high-resolution .png image of our festival laurels to be used for marketing and promotional materials as the filmmaker sees fit Out of the official selections, an international jury will select one winner in each category (Narrative feature, Documentary feature, Narrative short, Documentary short...) The winning filmmakers will receive a high-resolution .png image of our festival laurels with the "WINNER" label to be used as the filmmaker sees fit. With the filmmaker's permission, we will also host the winning films prominently on our website. Award Categories Best Narrative Feature Film Best Documentary Feature Film Best Animated Feature Film Best Narrative Short Film Best Documentary Short Film Best Animated Short Film Best Underground Film Best Experimental Film Best Music Video Summer 2016 Best Narrative Feature Film, Summer 2016 Night Sea Journey (Austria) by Tina Feyrer After receiving an odd text from a stranger during dinner, Neeve decides to stay the night at her old friend Julius' house. As the evening progresses Neeve's reality begins to flip and the lines between sleep and awake become very blurred indeed. Best Documentary Feature Film, Summer 2016 Crossroads of Journalism Dreams (China) by Xiaoran Liu What happens when Chinese students with a Chinese journalism background encounter contrasting journalistic ideals, ethics and principles when they arrive in New York? When it comes to these two discrete forms of journalism, Chinese versus American, how will they choose their career after graduation? Going back to China working under censorship and staying in America trying to get work visa, both are not easy for them. This documentary shows their choices and follows two years after their graduation. It tells the story of five young people, who experienced bitterness and happiness when facing the future. Best Narrative Short Film, Summer 2016 Jeena (Thailand) by Thamsatid Charoenrittichai a story about a boy who try to communicate with his deaf girlfriend during they break-up Best Documentary Short Film, Summer 2016 Mara and Kaja, Dolina, Sava river (Croatia) by Alen Kocic Documentary short film about Mara and Kaja who live in the valley of the Sava River. They are two sisters aged 80, who live alone, have no children. They do not have any electricity, telephone, television, radio or cell phones. Nothing they do not need, they say. They do not know who the president, or prime minister, or cares. They are asylum simple beauty of life, in this asylum of today's world that would make everyone else that we can. We do not have everything we want, but if you look around you will see that we have everything we need. Peace and tranquility, how to achieve it? Simplicity. To show how the wealth and excess led us to a position of dependence and restlessness, depression and anxiety states. We forgot the little things in life, spiritual feelings, love, time spent in the family. The desire for more, better, stronger overran us all. What today means a normal man, the term is lost, we only have large and small people. The film shows the possibility of a simple life without technology, some would say it is poverty. Is that right? Best Animated Short Film, Summer 2016 Sunicorn (United States) by Tuo Kan, Jinzhi Du A strange fisherman who lives in the North Pole owns a loving beautiful unicorn. He throws his unicorn to burn the moon into the sun. He transforms the moon into the sun in order to melt the snowy avalanche which will save his life. Best Underground Film, Summer 2016 Dirty Back Seat (United Kingdom) by Ersel Ulutash A London cabbie gets his world turned upside down when a mysterious woman who is running away from a heist gone bad gets into his cab. Best Experimental Film, Summer 2016 One floor above sing until someone swims with dolphins (Russian Federation) by Vik Laschenov My heroes works in large corporations, buy food in the shops, have dinner at cafe and restaurants. They are successful, sleek, provided, but a little bit unhappy. They are trying to find themselves and unconsciously seek to the nature. They comes to the forest. They try to be so using familiar objects and comfortable ways of interacting with others. Their colleagues believe they moved in downshifting demons. They need something to do about it. Best Music Video, Summer 2016 Tom And His Computer "Organ" (Denmark) by Martin Garde Abildgaard A captivating and surreal story about birth... Best Hong Kong Film, Summer 2016 Miles to Go by Edwin Lee 'Miles to Go' is set in a bleak depopulated Hong Kong, long abandoned by its former inhabitants. The film follows a courier who traverses the barren cityscape to deliver a special package to a mysterious individual...from another time. Official selection, Summer 2016 Narrative Feature Film Figurine (Canada) by Hans Olson Love Life Ghent (Belgium) by Jan Boon, Niko Himschoot, Laura Herminades, Anthony Schatteman, Anthony Van Roosendael , Yim Brakel Sweet Girls (Switzerland) by Jean-Paul Cardinaux, Xavier Ruiz Night Sea Journey (Austria) by Tina Feyrer The most beautiful thing in the world (Netherlands) by Danyael Sugawara Fools (United States) by Benjamin Meyer Alfheim's Edge (United Kingdom) by Sam Mardon Rules of The Game (France) by Ambroise Carminati Bridge (India) by Amit Ranjan Biswas Nightide (United States) by Kevin Anderson Staid (Ireland) by Paul O'Brien Ursa Minor (Greece) by Elissavet Chronopoulou The Sleeping Tree (Bahrain) by Mohammed Rashed Buali Documentary Feature Film Silo, A Spiritual Path (Chile) by Pablo Lavin Playing Lecuona (Spain) by Pavel Giroud and JuanMa Villar Betancort Kite Zhang's Kites (China) by Nathan Yun A Breath of Life (Greece) by Polly Vlachou The Final Resolution (United States) by Brian Ronalds Nourhane, a child's dream (Lebanon) by May Kassem Crossroads of Journalism Dreams (China) by Xiaoran Liu Ghost Rockets (Sweden) by Michael cavanagh, Kerstin Ubelacker Good Thinking, Those Who've Tried to Halt Nuclear Weapons (United States) by Anthony Donovan Narrative Short Film Private Waltz (United Kingdom) by Marina Waltz Jeena (Thailand) by Thamsatid Charoenrittichai Something To Save You (Russian Federation) by Vis Vitalis Irrla3ufer (Germany) by Moritz Draheim Fur Elise (Taiwan) by Albert Ventura The Man From Death (United States) by Stephen Reedy Broken Sight (Austria) by Herbert Gantner Centaur (Bosnia and Herzegovina) by Aleksandra Niemczyk Maniacs (Sweden) by Isabella Carbonell Between Black and White (Greece) by Socrates Alafouzos Billets Doux (France) by Simon Thoral Dove (Greece) by Konstantinos Chaliasas Noriko (Austria) by Christian Jilka Castling (Turkey) by Saif Hamad New Arrival (France) by Le Corroller Marion The Fish Of The Soul (France) by Lucente Jourdan Whistle (Korea, Republic of) by Lee WooSuk The Runner (United States) by Justin Berardi Nona (Italy) by Massimo Volta Blood Hunters (Philippines) by Vincent Soberano All the other things (Russian Federation) by Egor Chichkanov Dog-Faced Honey (United States) by Elijah Noble El Vici (United States) by Johnny Kirk Exhibit (United Kingdom) by Pinar Ogun Peer (Netherlands) by Jeffrey Tomberg a soldier returns (United States) by Charles Tashiro Final Cassette (China) by Lianghong Deng Runtime (United States) by Michael Selle Sparsh (Singapore) by Dag Kaszlikowski Dead Country (Italy) by Giovanni Roviaro Redd (United States) by zach sky Dirty Back Seat (United Kingdom) by Ersel Ulutash Seven Never Wins (Australia) by Stella Kim We Were Swimming (United Kingdom) by Jesse May Fisher Documentary short Film dirigible (United States) by Sam Wolk Diversxs (Spain) by Afioco, Jorge Garrido Mara and Kaja, Dolina, Sava river (Croatia) by Alen Kocic Waste no.2 Wreck (Finland) by Jan Ijas The Complete Circle (United States) by Jaime Ekkens Bahia Delivery (Brazil) by Thiago Sobreira Rodrigues Another World - those who come by sea - (France) by Manuela Morgaine Rwandart (Belgium) by Sarine Arslanian Animated short Film No Place Like Home (United Kingdom) by Emily Langdon Smith Sunicorn (United States) by Tuo Kan, Jinzhi Du Scent of Love (United States) by Chengcheng Feng To Another Self (Taiwan) by Kimberly Ho Loon (United States) by Matthew Maloney Mikumentary Remix (United States) by Tara Knight Butterfly (China) by Zhenxing Zhang A Tiny Evolution of an Escapee (China) by Makar Ke Ma The Girl Who Stole The Sun (Brunei) by Darussalam Atikah Zailani Underground Film Syncretic Noise (United States) by Stephen Bullen Through Dark Glass (United States) by Miah Allsman Four Wise Monkeys (United Kingdom) by Julija Iruskinaite The Anatomy of Vengeance (Sweden) by Bogdan Szyber beginning (Korea, Republic of) by hyunjoo kim Nightide (United States) by Kevin Anderson Midnight Delight (United States) by Rohit Gupta Too much love will kill you (France) by Christophe Karabache Dirty Back Seat (United Kingdom) by Ersel Ulutash Experimental Film The king and the crown (United States) by Charlotte Neuwels smart dress is absolutely essential (United Kingdom) by Slawomir Milewski Promenade (Argentina) by Cirila Luz Ferron Darkslide (Canada) by Brendan Petersen Singularity (Germany) by Roman De Giuli Julien's Bed (United States) by Kirk Shannon-Butts Nulla (Germany) by Delfina Mayer Loon (United States) by Matthew Maloney wait wait spring (United States) by Cade Bursell scenes from her bedroom (United States) by Caitlyn Eckhardt Bouquet (United Kingdom) by David Findlay Reconstructing Reality (Netherlands) by Alice Wong The Separation Loop (Germany) by Leyla Rodriguez Deep Slumber (United States) by Kirby Light run (Korea, Republic of) by hyunjoo kim Win (Kazakhstan) by Sabit Abdi Aurora (Greece) by Despina Ikonomopulu Brutalism Beats (Germany) by Tosh Leykum, Janin Walter enough (Canada) by Naomi Mark On Copper Wings (United States) by Dave Fischer Not Otherwise Specified (Portugal) by Patricia Bandeira The Earth is Flat (United Kingdom) by Patricia Bandeira One floor above sing until someone swims with dolphins (Russian Federation) by Vik Laschenov Music Video At the Rodeo (United States) by Cris Siqueira My Shell (United States) by Ashley Dallman morningdeer: Therapy (Hungary) by Nikol Cibulya Parallax (United States) by Kyle Sherling The Kubler-Ross Model (Philippines) by Aya Ng Tom And His Computer "Organ" (Denmark) by Martin Garde Abildgaard Holy Night (Germany) by Danae Diaz Cut Me Short (United States) by Camilo Barria, Esteban Cuenca Hong Kong Cinema Now The Night With God by li bin Miles to Go by Edwin Lee Mama's Home by Nikhail Asnani Skate for Real by Alex Rodriguez Skytowers by Lam Chak Ki Hiro Confessional by Leo Chiu Check our Facebook Page to discover previous editions. 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