Hong Kong - San Francisco International Ocean Film Festival 2014
Buy Tickets Here for the HK-SF Int'l Ocean Film Festival - April 29th, and May 6-11th.
Encore Screening! Join us for the final event of this year's HK-SF Int'l Ocean Film Festival in Sheko at the Back Beach (behind the main bus stop), The weather looks great, and you will love some of the films being shown, including the "Sunnydale Kids," "Jamaica Reef Rescue," "Serendipity" (surfing) and a few surprises. Tickets can be bought here, or at the door. $100/person includes a standard drink. What a great way to spend your Sunday evening by the waves.
Wall Street Journal Live on the HK-SF Int'l Ocean Film Festival, ocean proteciton, and a film by Lego Ho on Hoi Ha Wan.
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Join us again for the 3rd Annual HK-SF Int'l Ocean Film Festival. This year we will have a warm-up event on April 29th at iSquare in Tsim Sha Tsui, with the main events to be held from May 6th - May 18th. Stay tuned for more information, with ticket sales starting from the end of March on this page.
Award winning film's from this year's San Francisco Int'l Ocean Film Festival include:
- Short animation: Ain't No Fish (USA/UK) – Winner of the Directors Award at the San Francisco International Ocean Film Festival
- Adventure film: Defeating Oceans Seven (Austria) – Winner of the Adventure Award at the San Francisco International Ocean Film Festival
- Short animation: Losing Nemo (Netherlands) – Winner of the Animation Award at the San Francisco International Ocean Film Festival
- Short documentary: The Sunnydale Kids (USA) – Winner of the Golden Gate Award at the San Francisco International Ocean Film Festival
- Short film: The Whale Story (USA) – Winner of the Short Film Award at the San Francisco International Ocean Film Festival
Other films include Blackfish, Planet Ocean and many more.
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We hope you were able to see the Ocean Art Walk in Stanley this year, put together by our great partner, the Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation who created a series of outdoor sculptures, exhibits and dances at the Stanley Waterfront, with the them of "The Ocean and You" The exhibit was displayed for four weeks, from April 12th - May 4th.