Youth Square proudly presents the first CULTURE @MAZE Asian Youth Film Festival
HONG KONG: Youth Square has been organising different movie screenings, aiming to deliver positive messages to the youth via movies.
After the opening ceremony of Youth Square CULTURE@MAZE Asian Youth Film Festival on November 23, Youth Square will hold a series of movie screenings starting from December 27 this year to January 1, 2017, featuring 13 movies from different Asian regions.
The 13 movies in the CULTURE @MAZE Asian Youth Film Festival comes from Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Japan, Korea, India and Israel.
Youth Square CULTURE @MAZE Asian Youth Film Festival series include ‘The Sharing of Film Producer’, ‘Movie Tour’, and ‘Movie Screening’.
Youth Square invited Theong Siaw Hang, director of Malaysian movie ‘Love Endures’, and Jack Neo, director of Singaporean movie ‘Ah Boys to Men: Frogmen’ to be the guest speakers.
The two filmmakers shared their down-to-earth experiences behind their road to stardom, and encouraged the youth to hold on to their dreams. The Movie Tour was also held successfully on December 4, where ‘Walk in HK’ brought the youth to experience different filming locations in Hong Kong, walking from Chai Wan to Sheung Wan and Central.
The Youth Square, which came into full operation in 2010, is a youth development project of the Home Affairs Bureau of the HKSAR Government, with an aim to be the hub of diversified youth development activities for youth to develop their potential. – PRNewswire