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紀實力量,和勇不分
Documentary power peaceful, valiant
We're as one

社區反送中前進
March on, In Defiance of Tyranny

25/1 (一Mon) 7:00pm

購票 Ticketing
導演 Director
盧敬華 Lo King Wah
香港 Hong Kong|2020|86分鐘min|彩色Colour
廣東話對白,中文字幕 In Cantonese with Chinese subtitles

2014年雨傘運動結束後,香港民主勢力分成了兩派,對抗爭手法甚至理念都有過近乎水火不容的對立。社區前進的每個成員就是從這樣的政治形勢,甚或於社會公民意識未崛起之前誕生。或被標籤為「左膠」的他們未必有勇武青年的躁動和勇氣,但同樣對於政權有痛心疾首的憤怒。因此無懼失敗地在社區深耕細作,憑著一隻咪和一個易拉架,深入並關懷弱勢群體,在社會運動上擔當著重要的角色。資深新聞工作者盧敬華和江瓊珠帶觀眾認識這個低調又強大的社區組織,呈現同在極權壓迫之下,依然相信議會和社區工作之重要性的社區前進,如何在2019年種種事件中遊走於街頭、議會和社區之間,以「為民發聲」為理念,突破民生與民主之對立。

Hong Kong democrats split into two groups after the 2014 Umbrella Movement, they are very different from beliefs to forms of protesting. This particular political situation or prior to the trend of civic consciousness arouses members of ‘Community March’ to do community works fearlessly. Perhaps they are labelled as leftards for they don’t have the courage and impetuosity of the front-line protesters, but they hate the regime all the same. With a mic and a pull-up banner, they took up an important role to take care of the minority. In this documentary, senior journalists Lo King Wah and Kwong King Chu show the audience how strong this low-key community is; their faith in council and the importance of community work, despite the political repression; how they voiced out on the streets, in the council, and between communities in 2019 thanks to their belief, bringing democracy closer to living.

導演介紹 Director Biography
盧敬華 Lo King Wah

曾任記者多年,退休後專注拍攝獨立紀錄片,尤其關注中國維權律師情況,以及香港社會運動。作品包括2017年《709人們》、2018年《709彼岸》、2019年《我們也許相遇》、2020年《709伙伴》、《社區反送中前進》。攝影作品包括2020年《書人頌》、2020年《刑.暴.誌》。

As a retired senior journalist, Lo focuses on filming independent documentary. In particular, Lo is attentive to the plight of Chinese Human Right Lawyer and the Hong Kong social movement. His production includes 《709人們》(2017),《709彼岸》(2018), Until we meet (2019),《709伙伴》(2020), March on, In Defiance of Tyranny (2020). His photography collection includes Ode to Book People (2020) and One Country, Through Torture (2020).