24 Oct 2015 (Sat) 5:30 ‑ 6:54pm (1 hour 24 minutes)
25 Oct 2015 (Sun) 2 ‑ 3:24pm (1 hour 24 minutes)
2/F, Elements, 1 Austin Road West, Kowloon, Hong Kong
$85 | 學生/小童/長者$65
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Selected Shorts: Kid power (84 min)
The following four documentaries with different subjects share an admirable trait of kid power: they strive to change their society and to determine their own future.

1. The Game Must Go On
Director: Angeliki Andrikopoulou and Argyris Tsepelikas / Greece / 2011 / 22 min/ In Greek with Chinese and English subtitles
Best for: Primary and Junior Secondary students
As there are no any other playground they can go, Alexandra and her three friends decides to talk to the mayor and begins a yearlong campaign to get the town to build them a football field.


2. A Place in the Middle
Director: Dean Hamer and Joe Wilson/USA/2014/25min/ In English and Hawaiian with Chinese and English subtitles
Best for: Senior Primary and Junior Secondary students
Ho’onani, a Haiwaiian 6th grade student, enjoys singing in her music class. In this school term, accompanied by her transgender teacher, Hina, Ho’onani brings us to experience the happiness and sadness in exploring sexuality, the true Aloha spirit.


3. Gabriel Reports on the World Cup
Director: Els van Driel / Netherlands / 2014 / 17 min/ In Portuguese with Chinese and English subtitles
Best for: Senior Primary and Secondary students
The life of 14 year-old Brazilian Gabriel is turned upside down by The FIFA World Cup in 2014. To help stop the demolition of other houses, Gabriel decides to fight. He begins shooting reports and writing a blog. "If you believe in something, you have to fight for it and do something about it," says Gabriel. "Do not wait for adults to help."


4. The Lion and the Brave Mouse
Director: Els van Driel / Netherlands / 2014 / 17 min/ In Arabic with Chinese and English subtitles
Best for: Senior Primary and Junior Secondary students
When Nora was nine years old, the escape journey from Syria to Jordan lasted for four days three nights through the desert has traumatized her. Fortunately, after months of resettlement, Nora makes new friends and even finds a new kitten.