撐傘
Raise the Umbrellas

香港|2016|117分鐘|彩色|HD
Hong Kong|2016|117 min|Colour|HD
粵語對白,中英文字幕
In Cantonese with Chinese & English subtitles
導演:陳耀成
Director: Evans Chan

以2014年香港雨傘運動為經,民主黨創黨主席李柱銘、「佔領中環」發起人戴耀廷、學運鋭星黃之鋒的生命歷程為緯,鋪陳從八九天安門到一四傘運間,連綿三代的香港民主發展的爭論。本片同時訪問明星政客劉慧卿、「長毛」梁國雄、建制派的曾鈺成。而資深傳媒人黎智英、程翔、新一代的本土派論述者李啓迪、對抗派的黃台仰等談自治、港獨及其危機。前學聯成員梁麗幗、葉泳琳與不同的青年佔領者及雨傘母親們敍述傘運突現之怒,同舟之喜,與瓦解之愁。獨立導演陳耀成把傘運置於全球化及歷史的思維之中;鏡頭從香港草根階層的屋邨、到擾攘的佔領區、到紐約華爾街,尋索雨傘的美學、哲學及其當代意義;而國際名學者孔誥烽、黎安友(Andrew Nathan)、德里克(Arif Dirlik)於片中論傘運的特質及對中港未來的啓示。《撐傘》亦特別聚焦歌聲響徹佔領區的兩位同志藝人:黃耀明和何韻詩,從而展示一個多元化的公民社會,如何在一場令國際矚目的佔領行動中,應運成形,進而衝撃2016年的立法會選舉。

Raise the Umbrellas explores the origin and impact of Hong Kong’s 2014 ‘Umbrella Movement’ through the inter-generational lenses of three post-Tiananmen democratic activists – Martin Lee, founder of the Hong Kong Democratic party; Benny Tai, ‘Occupy Central’ initiator; and Joshua Wong, the sprightly student leader – alongside voices from unknown 'umbrella mothers', student occupiers (Yvonne Leung and Vivian Yip), star politicians (Emily Lau, and 'Long Hair' Leung Kwok Hung, as well as the pro-Beijing heavyweight Jasper Tsang), prominent media professionals (Jimmy Lai, Cheong Ching, Philip Bowring), international scholars (Andrew Nathan, Arif Dirlik and Hung Ho-fung), and activist Canton-pop icons Denise Ho and Anthony Wong. Driven by stirring on-site footage in a major Asian metropolis riven by protest, Raise the Umbrellas reveals the movement’s eco-awareness, gay activism, burgeoning localism and the sheer political risk for post-colonial Hong Kong’s universal-suffragist striving to define its autonomy within China.

導演簡歷 Director Biography

陳耀成

在美國西北大學得視覺文化博士。他曾導演《浮世戀曲》(1991)、《北征》(1999)、《靈琴新韻》(2004)、《獨行琴》(2007)等,曾在柏林、倫敦、鹿特丹、莫斯科和台灣金馬獎等多個國際電影節展出及得獎。他曾被美國學者白睿文稱讚為「過去十五年,華文文化界最具創意和多樣化的要角之一」。
電影之外,陳耀成同時以中英文發表評論。他的評論集《最後之中國人》得2000年香港文學雙年展的評論組最佳書獎。他為台灣麥田出版社編譯的兩本蘇珊‧桑塔文集連續獲台灣《聯合報》列為全年十大非小說好書之列。

Evans Chan

Graduated from Northwestern University for his Doctor degree in Visual Culture. He is born in China, raised in Hong Kong, Chan is a critic, dramatist, and award-winning director of two feature films: To Liv(e) (1991) and Crossings (1994). His films have been exhibited and awarded in various international film festivals, e.g. in Berlin, London, Rotterdam, Moscow, Taiwan Golden Horse Film Festival etc. He is a former advisor to the Hong Kong International Film Festival. He is ‘the most intellectual of the current crop of Hong Kong directors’, wrote Barry Long in Hong Kong Babylon (1997, Faber & Faber).
Apart from his engagement in film industry, Chan also known as a veteran cultural critic. Chan's publications including Dream Tenants, a collection of essays and stories, and The Last of The Chinese, a collection of critical essays on dance, cinema and literature, are all highly praised and circulated.


13/1 8:00pm
香港兆基創意書院多媒體劇場
Multi-media Theatre,
HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity

加場26/2 5:00pm
香港兆基創意書院地下放映室
Screening Room,
HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity

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