‘Hong Kong Cinema at its Finest’
Breakout Brothers is the best fun you’ll have at the cinema this year
Hong Kong Director Johnnie To Retrospective To Kick Off at The Prince Charles Cinema in London from 7 July 2022
A rare chance to see on the big screen some of the most influential
cinema made in Hong Kong from a master of the game.
Drifting truly is a film that demands to be seen
The atmospheric, visual style of the film is similar at times to David Fincher’s Seven
Beyond the Dream is the rare and perfect romantic drama.
Koo in great form as a bank robber that takes no prisoners but still has a heart.
I don’t think that I have ever watched a film like Till We Meet Again where you experience all these emotions on screen.
The universal themes of family and morality make this one of the more accessible of Yen’s back catalogue
Were getting stuck into the Alan Tam series with two of his more high profile films, but will Alan Tam be able to stand out from the crowd with so many stars on screen.
Podcast On Fire 208: Rich And Famous & Once Upon A Time A Hero In China Another blast from the past from January 2016. More Alan Tam time this time we take a look at 2 films on the different ends of the entertainment spectrum, I don’t hold back any punches in this episode where […]
Terracotta Festival’s “Asia In London” Short-Film Competition, in association with Cathay Pacific Terracotta Festival, in association with Cathay Pacific, present an exciting competition to win a trip to the vibrant city of Hong Kong. Terracotta are partnering with Cathay Pacific to celebrate the launch of their 5^th daily London Heathrow to Hong Kong flight. Accommodation […]
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