Five Years on, Ten Years directors reflect on the spooky political predictions of their Hong Kong Film Awards best picture

//Five Years on, Ten Years directors reflect on the spooky political predictions of their Hong Kong Film Awards best picture

Five Years on, Ten Years directors reflect on the spooky political predictions of their Hong Kong Film Awards best picture

On an uneventful Sunday afternoon in mid-November five years ago, the low-budget anthology Ten Years was screened for the first time in front of a cinema audience in the “Centrepiece” sidebar of the Hong Kong Asian Film Festival.Consisting of five short films, each directed by a budding local filmmaker, Ten Years painted a grim picture of life in the city in 2025 and quickly became the talk of the town. Audiences and critics were awed by their dystopian vision of the city’s future under greater…

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