Our partners

We would like to thank gratefully our partners:

European Film Academy, Delegation of the European Union in Beijing, European Film Festival in China, China International New Media Short Film Festival, ErgengTV, Chengdu International Short Film Week, Unifrance, French Alliances of China, Goethe Institute China, Rockbund Art Museum (Shanghai), Moca Museum (Shanghai), Design School of East China Normal University, Nanjing University of the Arts, Broadway Cinema MOMA Beijing, Beijing Film Academy, HK City University, HK APA.



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Partners (archive)


LCSD-Logo_1 (3)  HKFALogo3 (3) City University of Hong Kong HK CU logo_chi CGF_logo+Macao british_council-logo blanc APA Logo Toucher polyU intrenational film society logo (3) filmable cityU  BU_filmsociety magnet logo


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. Ningbo Cultural Plaza

. FORWARD International Short Film Festival

. Ningbo Langham Place Hotel


. Goethe Institute Shanghai

. French Consulate in Shanghai

. SHNU / Film School

. East Shanghai Normal University / Design School

. Alliance Française in Shanghai

. Moca Museum


. European Film Academy / EFA

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The European Film Academy (EFA) was founded in 1989 as the European Cinema Society by its first president Ingmar Bergman and 40 filmmakers to advance the interests of the European film industry. Wim Wenders was elected as first chairman of the association which two years later was renamed European Film Academy. The European Film Academy (EFA) now unites 2,700 European film professionals with the common aim of promoting European film culture. Throughout the year, the EFA initiates and participates in a series of activities conferences, seminars, workshops, and the annual presentation of the European Film Awards.

"Superman, Spiderman sau Batman", the 2013 winner for European Short Film

“Superman, Spiderman sau Batman”, the 2013 winner for European Short Film

The EFA Short Film Initiative

Ever since the European Film Academy (EFA) was founded it has been its intention not only to honour the outstanding achievements of established filmmakers, but also to support and promote talented newcomers. This is why, in 1998, EFA established the presentation of the European Short Film Award as a part of the annual European Film Awards, in co-operation with several partner festivals across Europe. Each of these festivals presents a short film award which includes an automatic nomination in the European Film Awards’ short film category.

Short Film Nominees on Tour

SHORT MATTERS! is the European Film Academy’s short film tour which brings the short films nominated for the European Film Awards to a series of screenings across Europe and beyond. Sinapses Asia Ltd is the partner of Short Matters! in Greater China.


. Leisure & Cultural Services Department

LCSD-Logo_1 (3)The Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD), an executive arm of the Home Affairs Bureau, provides the community with services to preserve its cultural heritage, enhance its physical environment, and foster co-operative interaction between sports, cultural and community organizations.

LCSD aims to provide quality leisure and cultural services commensurate with Hong Kong’s development as a world-class city and events capital. LCSD is one of the venue sponsor of the Festival.” www.lcsd.gov.hk

. Hong Kong Film Archive

HKFALogo3 (3)The Hong Kong Film Archive is dedicated to the preservation of Hong Kong’s rich film heritage.  Film lovers and researchers may freely read books, magazines and other film-related publications inside our Resource Centre.  To enhance public awareness of the film heritage, the Archive holds regular programmes such as retrospectives, exhibitions, seminars and guided tours.  It is also the vision to establish the Archive as a world-class film archive in facilitating research on the history of Hong Kong cinema and publishing quality publications.  The Archive will continue to promote film art, making it a part of everyday life for the people of Hong Kong.  The Hong Kong Film Archive is one of the venue sponsor of the Festival. Website

.City University of Hong Kong / Department of Media and Communication

City University of Hong KongHK CU logo_chiThe Department of Media and Communication of City University of Hong Kong is at the forefront of technological development, and has state –of-the-art research and production facilities to meet the needs of our students, faculty, and industry partners.

The Department offers a range of innovative degree programmes designed to train versatile professional communicators for the age of media convergence and information integration.

Graduates are well positioned for diverse careers in the media industry and communication sectors in businesses and government organizations. Website


. Audiovisual department at the Consulate general of France in Hong Kong & Macau

The mission of the audiovisual department at the Consulate general of France in Hong Kong & Macau is to assist projects and initiatives in French film distribution, television and radio programmes, music as well as video games release. The department is dedicated to help professionals (distributors, festival organizers, media, teachers and students, journalists and artists) on their French audiovisual-related projects including distribution and translantic projects. The cultural service also promotes cultural diversity with their partners by acting as a liaison for the co-production and distribution of Hong Kong audiovisual work in France.

British Council Hong Kong

british_council-logo blancThe British Council is the UK’s international organisation for educational opportunities and cultural relations. We work in over 100 countries worldwide.

Established in Hong Kong in 1948, the British Council strives to connect the UK with the rest of the world through education, arts, science, governance and much more. We deliver various Arts, Education and Science events and provide extensive English language support with online learning, excellent English teaching and examination services.

For more information, please visit www.britishcouncil.org.hk.

The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (HKAPA) / School of Film & Television 

APA LogoSchool of Film & Television of The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (HKAPA) is the only professional film school in Hong Kong. Its four-year full-time undergraduate programme provides training in six major disciplines, namely Production Administration, Directing, Screenwriting, Cinematography, Editing and Sound. Its Master Degree in Film Production programme requires students to collaborate as a team to produce a full-length narrative film, from scratch to finished product, in two years’ time.

The Hong Kong Universities Film Societies

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