HK ARTION 香港藝訊與KAFNU HONG KONG將於2019年2月1日共同舉辦《水底行走的人》電影放映活動，同時邀請到本片導演陳安琪及知名影評人張錦滿出席映後座談會。本地獨立紀錄片《水底行走的人》曾獲多個國際電影節獎項，紀錄片近距離展現黃仁逵多面的創作人生和人格魅力。黃仁逵既是本土抽象畫家，又是電影美術指導和佈景設計，更是藍調音樂家和攝影師，別具一格的創作遊走天地。喜歡電影的朋友不要錯過2月1日星期五晚與著名導演和影評人親身交流的難得機會！立即購票: http://bit.ly/kafnu-filmscreening
HK ARTION and KAFNU Hong Kong proudly co-organize an exclusive screening of independent Hong Kong art film “I’ve Got The Blues”, followed by a discussion of art and film with the director Angie Chen and renown film critique Cheung Kam Moon.
This documovie follows Wong Yan-kwai, a complex man who resists definition. Wong is a painter, art director, set designer, writer, musician, and photographer, a true renaissance man who expresses his creativity in multiple forms. This rare opportunity to meet the director and film critique is definitely not to be missed by fans of art and cinema! Purchase now: http://bit.ly/kafnu-filmscreening
Wong Yan-kwai is a complex man. The film follows and reveals him in his essence, in his element. In his interaction with the director, we discover unexpected elements of this character, and what it is like to “tango” with an artist who may be difficult and lives in a box of his choosing. Sparks and arguments, egos and humility, love and betrayal, all surface. This is a film about human complexity, doubts, love, hate, uncertainty, poverty, and talent. What makes this person the way he is? Does a person need nobility of the soul to be a great artist? Artists are often portrayed as self-centered, if not extremely selfish. Someone said of the musician Ginger Baker, “you can be thoroughly unpleasant, egocentric and still be a brilliant artist.” The actions of artists – painters and writers and musicians alike – are often excused because of their otherworldly creative talent. Are these stereotypes?
Is the artist driven by intuition, following some kind of plan; or is he suddenly led by some kind of divine inspiration? Is this a story about a long-lost daughter searching for her father? Is this about walking his mother to an old age home one afternoon, which later became a scene in Ann Hui’s film, Summer Snow?
地點：九龍紅磡灣紅鸞道38號嘉里酒店2樓Kafnu Hong Kong 活動將會於 Kafnu 場內進行，位於嘉里酒店2樓。最近的地鐵站為黃埔站C2出口，或乘搭北角至紅磡的渡海小輪亦只需7分鐘。船期：http://bit.ly/kafnu-ferryschedule
Date: February 1st, 2019 (Friday)
Venue: Kafnu Hong Kong, 2/F, Kerry Hotel, 38 Hung Luen Road, Hung Hom
The event will be inside Kafnu. Kafnu is located on the 2nd floor inside Kerry Hotel. The closest MTR is Whampoa MTR exit C2. You can also conveniently access the venue from Hong Kong Island via the North Point to Hung Hom Ferry which takes only 7 minutes.
Schedule here: http://bit.ly/kafnu-ferryschedule
Ticket: HKD120 per person*
Purchase now: http://bit.ly/kafnu-filmscreening
*Drinks and snacks included