General CommanderMay 28, 2019
GRS operative Jake Alexander and his team of young recruits go after the most dangerous and notorious criminals with the help of a Hong Kong billionaire.
Prayers to the Gods of Guerrilla FilmmakingJanuary 1, 2019
A crew of filmmakers shoot undercover on the streets of Hong Kong with hidden microphones and no permits. The city becomes a giant set as mounting tension and ego clashes push tempers to breaking point.
SkyscraperJuly 13, 2018
Framed and on the run, a former FBI agent must save his family from a blazing fire in the world's tallest building.
Ten Years ThailandMay 8, 2018
A collection of short films by five Thai directors imagining their country ten years into the future.
I Miss You When I See YouApril 4, 2018
Jamie re-encounters his old school friend, Kevin, who has been suffering from depression, and must make a choice between following his heart or society.
Freedom For The WolfJune 12, 2017
The Real Story of Fake Democracy. Filmed over three years in five countries, FREEDOM FOR THE WOLF is an epic investigation into the new regime of illiberal democracy. From the young students of Hong Kong, to a rapper in post-Arab Spring Tunisia and the viral comedians of Bollywood, we discover how people from every corner of the globe are fighting the same struggle. They are fighting against elected leaders who trample on human rights, minorities, and their political opponents.
Joshua: Teenager vs. SuperpowerJanuary 20, 2017
When the Chinese Communist Party backtracks on its promise of autonomy to Hong Kong, teenager Joshua Wong decides to save his city. Rallying thousands of kids to skip school and occupy the streets, Joshua becomes an unlikely leader in Hong Kong and one of China’s most notorious dissidents.
Sunday Beauty QueenDecember 25, 2016
Philippine documentary film directed by Baby Ruth Villarama and follows a group of expatriate domestic workers in Hong Kong as they prepare to take part in an annual beauty pageant.
Bruce Lee: Tracking the DragonOctober 25, 2016
Bruce Lee expert John Little (A Warrior's Journey) tracks down the actual locations of some of Bruce Lee's most iconic action scenes. Many of these sites remain largely unchanged nearly half a century later. At monasteries, ice factories, and on urban streets, Little explores the real life settings of Lee's legendary career. This film builds on Little's earlier film, Pursuit of the Dragon, to present a comprehensive view of Lee's work that will change the way you see the films.
The MenuAugust 4, 2016
The Menu is a 2016 Hong Kong drama film about journalism and the sequel to the television series of the same name.
One Night OnlyJuly 22, 2016
Mixing high-octane actions with moving romance, One Night Only starring Hong Kong's legendary Aaron Kwok (Cold War, The Monkey King) follows a gambler and a hooker's suspenseful night together as they race through Bangkok's underground world trying to win their fortune and dignity back. With style and energy, Matt Wu's debut wins as an emotional rollercoaster that contemplates love and fate.
SkiptraceSeptember 2, 2016
A detective from Hong Kong teams up with an American gambler to battle against a notorious Chinese criminal.
YellowingMay 8, 2016
The turmoil that has overtaken Hong Kong since its return to Chinese sovereignty in 1997 has spawned a new generation of young, passionately committed activist filmmakers; they want to tell Hong Kong's story with Hong Kong voices. And the best indie documentary to have emerged so far from the HKSAR is this year's Yellowing, by Chan Tze Woon, a 29-year-old with degrees in policy studies and film production. Hong Kong's fraught, tense relationship with its mainland Chinese overseers came to a head with the Umbrella Movement of 2014. A crowd of protesters stormed Civic Square on September 27. The next day police shocked most residents of the HKSAR by attacking the growing crowds with volleys of tear gas, whereupon a wide cross section of Hong Kongers occupied the streets in several areas and stayed for almost 6 weeks. Chan took his camera on the streets for 67 days during these events.
The MobfathersMay 21, 2016
The godfather of the triad Jing Hing and his senior bosses need to select a new boss to run the daily operations of the five gangs under their control. Chuck, a lifelong member of the triad, dreams of being the elected one, but his wife wants him to leave the criminal life and spend time with their child. Wulf, a former cop, also wants take over the seat. Both will try to achieve their goal by any means necessary.
Already Tomorrow in Hong KongFebruary 12, 2016
In this sparkling romance, Ruby, a Chinese American toy designer from LA, visits Hong Kong for the first time on business. Finding herself stranded, she meets Josh, an American expat who shows her the city.
My CityDecember 18, 2015
Poet and author Xi Xi is one of Hong Kong's most treasured writers. Though also acclaimed in Taiwan and mainland China for seminal works like the essay Shops, her writings are firmly rooted in the spirit of Hong Kong. Leave it to Fruit Chan, another staunchly grassroots auteur, to make a documentary on Xi Xi's career. Chan sought out renowned critics and writers to discuss Xi Xi's works, starting with 1979's My City. He also juxtaposes photos of a changing Hong Kong with readings of her writings, and even playfully inserts characters from her stories into the film.
Ten YearsNovember 15, 2015
Five thought-provoking shorts imagine what Hong Kong will be like ten years from now. In Extras, two genial low-level gangsters are hired to stage an attack, but they’re mere sacrificial lambs in a political conspiracy. Rebels strive to preserve destroyed homes and objects as specimens in the mesmerizing Season of the End. In Dialect, a taxi driver struggles to adjust after Putonghua displaces Cantonese as Hong Kong’s only official language. Following the death of a leading independence activist, an act of self-immolation outside the British consulate triggers questions and protests in the searing yet moving Self-Immolator. In Local Egg, a grocery shop owner worries about his son’s youth guard activities and where to buy eggs after Hong Kong’s last chicken farm closes down.
Joey Yung & Hacken Lee Concert Live 2015February 4, 2015
The live concert of Hacken Lee and Joey Yung in 2015. Two giants of C-pop come together for a special concert series in Joey Yung & Hacken Lee Concert 2015 Live! Between September 11 and 22, 2015, Joey Yung and Hacken Lee, who previously collaborated in an RTHK live show 11 years ago, set up shop at Hong Kong Coliseum to delight fans with some of the best music C-pop has to offer.
Snowden’s Great EscapeJanuary 12, 2015
"Snowden’s Great Escape" tells the story of how Edward Snowden managed to evade capture by the US. For the first time Snowden tells the story of how he managed to escape so that not to have to spend the rest of his life in an American prison.
McDull: Me & My MumOctober 1, 2014
As a child, Bobby Mak was known as Mcdull. Although Mcdull wasn‘t the sharpest tool in the shed, his mother was a different story. Her astounding intelligence and resourcefulness enabled her to, for example, simultaneously run more than six businesses from a space of less than 100 square feet. Mcdull and his mother lived together happily during Mcdull‘s childhood, but things began to change as Mcdull got older. A distance that never existed before began to grow between him and his mother…