Director Huang Hui-chen from Taiwan turns the camera on her lesbian mother in hopes of repairing their fractured relationship. In intense one-on-one interviews, Huang asks her mother probing questions that she would not be able to ask without the filtering distance of her camera. This documentary won the Teddy Award at Berlin Film Festival.
What did Huang Hui-chen learnt in this documentary from her mother and herself? What does this mean to her for raising her child? Listen to CRTV’s interview with Huang Hui-chen in Mandarin.
Inspired by her own cycling trip around Taiwan, Hong Kong filmmaker Doris Wong makes her debut with New Turn 轉彎之後. How do the stucked lives of four youngsters change during their cycling tour in Taiwan? Listen to CRTV’s interview with Doris.
Interview: Miki Dai, Photo: Hong Tong Wu
Where do the replicas of Van Gogh’s paintings you may buy at Museumplein come from? How do the painters paint these? What is their income per painting? Listen to CRTV’s interview with Haibo Yu, maker of the documentary China’s Van Goghs.
Zune Kwok directed the film Extras about the future of Hong Kong. Why did he make this film? How has the spirit of Hong Kong youngsters been changed? What will be the future of Hong Kong? Listen to CRTV’s interview with Zune Kwok:
Donna Chu teaches at the Chinese University Hong Kong. She is specialised in digital media, youth culture and media education. Donna Chu made the film The Vintage about the dreams of a student and his father in Hong Kong. This film was screened in the central library of Amsterdam on 11th of October.
Listen to CRTV’s with Donna Chu about her film and the current situation in Hong Kong.
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