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Screening Time
13/7 (Sat) 4:30pm
21/8 (Sun) 1:20pm

The Academy Award (2012) - Best Achievement in Cinematography, Best Achievement in Sound Mixing, Best Achievement in Sound Editing, Best Achievement in Visual Effects, Best Achievement in Art Direction

The Golden Globe Awards (2012) - Best Director - Motion Picture

HUGO 2011


Academy Award-winning filmmaker Martin Scorsese directs this audacious adaptation of Brian Selznick's award winning novel, a magical, mysterious adventure and an exhilarating ode to cinema itself.


Hugo Cabret is an orphan, living secretly in the walls of a Paris train station, tending to the many clocks, stealing what he needs to survive and hiding from the ruthless station inspector. But his clandestine life and precious secrets are threatened when he is caught thieving by the bitter old man who runs a toy booth at the station, and Hugo's world becomes enmeshed with that of the shop owner and his bookish granddaughter. A cryptic drawing, a treasured notebook, a mechanical man, and a hidden message from Hugo's dead father are all connected to a place where dreams are made.


A heartfelt love letter to the magic of moving pictures, Hugo is a triumph of imaginative movie making and a gift for film-lovers everywhere.

Country / Region: USA, UK
Duration: 126 mins
Director: Martin Scorsese

Language: Cantonese
Subtitle: No Subtitled

Guest of Post-screening Sharing (Conducted in Cantonese):

13/7 (Sat) : TBC
21/8 (Sun) : TBC


It is always great to watch movies with friends! For teenagers aged 12 to 16, “Hangout & Film Appreciation” screenings are about enhancing the film-going experience; engaging through an in-depth appreciation of film storytelling, various movie-making techniques, and the different approaches to managing creativity and the freedom of expression.

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