August 2022

[vc_row enable_arrows_animation="no"][vc_column][vc_empty_space][eltdf_banner hover_behavior="eltdf-disabled" info_position="default" image="28941"][vc_empty_space][vc_column_text](Immediate Release) Approaching the blossoming arts season of the early autumn, this September, City Contemporary Dance Company (CCDC) again proudly presents ‘Jumping Frames 2022’.  Exciting programs under the idea ‘Body Non Body’ includes screenings, exhibition, performance, industry forum and more. The festival runs from 1 September to 2 October 2022 at Broadway Cinematheque and Eaton HK.  Tickets are now available at Broadway Cinematheque Box Office, Broadway Circuit Online and This year, ‘Jumping Frames 2022 – Hong Kong International Movement-image Festival’ have changed its name from “dance video” to “movement-image”, bringing dance and films over 60 local and international movement-image.  “Any stimuli that moves your body and soul, is dance. Thus, in the same way, not all moving images are movement-images. Any moving images that affect the viewers and when their bodies react to the visual, are considered movement-image, body or non-body.” Said by Yuri Ng, Artistic Director of CCDC. This change of name opens up a new chapter for the Festival.   Opening Program: “All That is Happening” A conversation between four local woman filmmakers, this world premiere is a co-commission by ‘Jumping Frames 2022’ and ‘Eye Catcher’, a project under the Renaissance Foundation.  Festival Director, Elysa Wendi hopes to tap into the characteristics of author centric nature of essay film format, focus on questioning the vulnerability of all possible de-construction of body.   Opening Film ‘All That is Happening’: If I Can’t Dance / Director: Dorothy Cheung / 25 mins / Hong Kong / 2022 (World Premiere) Lost a Part Of / Director: Chan Hau-chun / 30 mins / Hong Kong / 2022 (World Premiere) 180°・78°14'N 15°36'E・2013 / Director: Jolene Mok / 22 mins / Hong Kong / 2022 (World Premiere) As I Imagine My Body Moving / Director: Elysa Wendi / 30 mins / Hong Kong / 2022 (World Premiere)   A collection of award-winning

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