在今年KIFF 電影節的兩個週末，小朋友可以在電影開場前化身「電影院小職員」，在專人指導下擔當不崗位；還有REEL TO REEL INSTITUTE 的電影歷史導賞員，為小朋友講解電影的歷史與起源。這次電影院實地體驗，參加者有機會深入「戲院重地」，還可學習團隊合作精神，機會難得！
時間：每場 KIFF 電影播放前一小時開始，為時30-45分鐘
When you imagine a day at the cinema, you probably picture yourself sitting on your comfortable seat watching a story unfold. But how is a film projected onto the big screen? And how is your favourite fluffy popcorn made?
On the two weekends of KIFF, kids can go “behind the cine” to try different kinds of cinema jobs before the movie starts. Under professional guidance, children can go behind the snack kiosk, or even get up-close to the restricted area of the projection room! Docents from REEL TO REEL INSTITUTE will also share interesting stories of the origins of cinema. It is a rare opportunity for kids to take a firsthand look at cinema operations, and to learn the importance of teamwork.
Date: Please read below Workshop Time
Time: One hour before each KIFF screening starts, 30 to 45 minutes in duration
Venue: PREMIERE ELEMENTS
Quota: Due to the situation of epidemic, the quota will be updated from time to time without notice.
How to join: Free for KIFF Member Click here
Reminder: Participants need to purchase/hold the KIFF movie ticket of the day and time to participate (One child needs to be accompanied by an adult, and both of them need to buy tickets)
Suitable for children aged 6 to 8 accompanied by an adult
*Limited quota, first come first served; while stock lasts.
Workshop Time 工作坊時間
The Origins of Cinema is a storybook that introduces the origins and technological development of the cinema! There is a rich collection of historical examples from the East and the West, as well as relevant events happened in Hong Kong. Join the KIFF workshop and get a free copy!
關於REEL TO REEL INSTITUTE
ABOUT REEL TO REEL INSTITUTE
Founded in 2018, Reel to Reel Institute is a non-profit organisation aims at promoting and developing preservation, as well as access of audio-visual heritage in Hong Kong by delivering public screenings, education programmes and digitisation/restoration projects. Funded by the HKADC, the organisation published The Origins of Cinema, in 2020.