Sharing Session

The Cubicle and I: A Community and Their Film (with post-screening chat)

3:30pm - 5:30pm
CHAN Hau Chun
A graduate of the School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong, CHAN Hau Chun is currently working as an independent film and image maker. She produces both photography and videography; her works include Under the bridge, 32+4, Uncle Fai, Call me Mrs Chan, No song to sing, and along the bridge/searching for a man.
In Cantonese and Mandarin with Chinese and English subtitles
Discussion to be conducted in Cantonese.
Pay As You Wish
Venue Regulations
  • Health Safety Measurements
    Upon entering the venue:

    All visitors must keep their face mask on at all times, go through temperature checks;

    No eating or drinking is allowed inside the theatre;

    The venue reserves the right to refuse entry or remove from the premises any visitor who has a temperature of above 37.5°C or is in violation of any of the health and safety guidelines.


The making of Cubicle began in 2018, with CHAN Hau Chun spending the past three years bonding with residents of subdivided flats in Sham Shui Po. She documents their daily life as they wade through seemingly mundane tasks that are full of underlying tension. In this session, we invite the neighbourhood to be our VIP guests and watch the film together. We also invite the general public to join us. Everyone can participate in the post-screening chat.

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