As fall approaches, the 2011 edition of the Chinese Film Panorama is also back.
It has been 15 years since the first Chinese Film Panorama in 1997, and it has continuously acted as a window for Hong Kong audience to get to know the Motherland and her latest developments through quality films.
After the founding of new China and the implementation of the Reform Policies, there have been great achievements in every field. Many talented writers, directors, actors have gained their foothold on the international stage of filmmaking.
The nine films selected in this year's programme also reflect the pinnacle of the latest developments in the Chinese cinema. They include the multi-award winning The Piano in a Factory and Buddha Mountain; The Space Dream based on true stories of China's space explorations, and the heroic exploits of the 1911 Revolution in 72 Martyrs, the bittersweet tale in My Spectacular Theatre; The Law of Attraction, Eternal Moment, Color Me Love are exposé of contemporary urban romance, while He-Man is an action packed film of a city knight errant.
We hope the audience can get a glimpse of life in contemporary China through its cinema.
The contents of the programme do not represent the views of the presenter.
The presenter reserves the right to change the programme should unavoidable circumstances make it necessary.