傘上:遍地開花
Umbrella Diaries: the First Umbrella
導演 Director:梁思眾 James Leong

香港 Hong Kong|2018| 119 分鐘 min|彩色 Colour|DCP| 粵語對白,中英文字幕 In Cantonese with Chinese and English subtitles

28/1 (一 Mon) 7:45pm

香港藝術中心古天樂電影院
Louis Koo Cinema, Hong Kong Arts Centre

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四年多了,雨傘運動記得有多少?忘記又幾許?如果要重頭訴說,又該從哪裡開始?如果從佔中三子的陳健民開始,或會像《傘上》一般,在途中遇上反佔中大聯盟的周融,然後在支持中共的遊行旁邊,撞上歸英派;又或會碰上學民思潮的黎汶洛和黃之鋒,然後與中學生討論應否佔中、如何佔領;再來或許就是在九二六公民廣場現場,見證學生衝進公民廣場,又在隔日聽到戴耀廷宣佈啟動佔中之時,收拾離場。但不論如何,到了九二八,在警方放催淚彈的一刻,你或許穿上簡陋的裝備,頭上綁上不知能否擋下胡椒噴霧但肯定擋不住催淚煙的保鮮紙,在金鐘的馬路上來回走動。抑或你已經,忘記了以上全部?

It has been over four years since the Umbrella Movement. How much do you remember? Where should we begin the story? If we began with Chan Kin-man, one of the founders of Occupy Central, we would meet the Anti-Occupy camp and then the pro-China parade, followed by the pro-British sovereignty crowd. Also, there was Scholarism, led by Oscar Lai and Joshua Wong. Then there were discussions with students on whether should they “occupy” and how to “occupy.” Then on September 26, the students rushed into the Civic Square. A day later, Benny Tai announced the beginning of Occupy Central, only to meet with protesters leaving the scene. However, on September 28, perhaps you were wearing some crude homemade gear among the crowd in Admiralty, futilely trying to protect yourself from tear gas and pepper spray from the police. Perhaps, you have forgotten all of the above?

2018金馬獎最佳紀錄片提名 Nominated for Best Documentary, Golden Horse Awards 2018

梁思眾 James Leong

曾合導五部獨立紀錄片,並於影展放映。首部作品Passabe獲得辛丹斯基金資助,講述東帝汶。第二部作品《曙光球隊》(2006)及近作《烏坎:執政風雨》(2015)分別贏得2008年及2015年香港華語紀錄片節長片組冠軍。

James Leong has co-directed five independent feature documentaries. These have screened at festivals such as Hotdocs, IDFA and Yamagata. His first, Passabe, about truth and reconciliation in East Timor, received a grant from the Sundance Institute Documentary Fund. Both his second, Homeless FC (2006) and his most recent Wukan (2015), won best feature at the Chinese Documentary Festival in Hong Kong.