The Hong Kong International Film Festival Society is a non-profit, non-government organization which develops, promotes and encourages creativity in the art and culture of film through the presentation of the annual Hong Kong International Film Festival (HKIFF). The Hong Kong International Film Festival (HKIFF) is one of Asia’s most reputable platforms for filmmakers, film professionals and filmgoers from all over the world to launch new work and experience outstanding films. As a competitive event, the HKIFF serves as a platform for international film exchange, to promote better understanding between global cultures, and to discover new talents from around the world.
The Hong Kong International Film Festival Society (HKIFFS) is a charitable, non-profit and non-governmental organisation dedicated to the discovery and promotion of creativity in the art and culture of film. The Society annually organizes Asia’s premier project market, the Hong Kong - Asia Film Financing Forum (HAF); and the HKIFF Industry Screenings for industry attendees, as part of Hong Kong International Film & Television Market (FILMART). Asia's largest film and entertainment market the Hong Kong International Film and TV Market hosts exhibits such as distribution, production and acquisition of film, TV programmes, animation, digital entertainment, games, production and post-production services, shooting locations, film commissions, film festivals, film insurance and film financing.
Young Cinema Competition:
Short film competition:
Documents and Other Requisite Items
National premiere required.
Jury and Organizers
21/F, Millennium City 3,
370 Kwun Tong Road,
Hong Kong 00000
Phone: (852) 2970 3300
Fax: (852) 2970 3011
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Documentary features (60 mins or above).
Any type of film (fiction, documentary, animation, experimental, music videos; except commercials) not exceeding a duration of 15 minutes. H.264 or ProRes digital file as its screening format.
Feature films (60 mins+)
Documentary shorts (15−60 mins).