Hong Kong cinema is renowned for its martial arts films. The first feature film Tracey 翠絲 of director Jun Li, however, is a transgender film. What are his experiences in making a controversial film in Hong Kong? Listen to CRTV’s interview with Jun Li.
A 16-year-old loner is struggling to find love in his life. His mother abandoned him at an early age, and his unemployed father wallows in a drunken stupor. He becomes invigorated, however, when he has an intriguing encounter with a middle-aged woman (Carina Lau) by a swimming pool and subsequently finds out she’s his new substitute teacher. The two start spending time together — their longing and fear of abandonment making their friendship take a forbidden turn.
Listen to CRTV’s interview in Cantonese with Tam Wai-ching, maker of the film In Your Dreams 以青春的名義
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.
Today, the exhibition Lines in Motion – East meets West was opened at CBK Amsterdam. CRTV spoke with two young artists, See Wan (Iris) Tsang and Sze Wai Wong. Both graduated in Fine Arts from Chinese University of Hong Kong, Iris searches her origin by painting on fabrics, while Sze Wai reflects on herself by painting on canvas. What does East meets West mean for them?
(Photo’s @ Kenny Nagelkerke)
Yesterday evening, Hong Kong singer Eason Chan started his European tour in sold-out Melkweg in Amsterdam. In the coming two weeks, he will give concerts in Berlin, Paris, London and Manchester to launch his first Mandarin album “Eason says C’mon In~”. This is Eason’s first album promotion tour. Who is Eason Chan? How does he manage his life in the hectic entertainment world? Why did he make this album? Get to know Eason, listen to CRTV’s interview in Cantonese with apologies for the low sound level!