Students ‘star’ at Hong Kong International Film Festival

Screen and Media students in the newsletter of the Hong Kong International Film Festival.

Flinders Screen and Media students have featured in the newsletter of the Hong Kong International Film Festival.

The students, who are in Hong Kong as part of a study trip supported by the Australian Government’s AsiaBound Grants Program, were pictured with Concrete Clouds director Lee Chatametikool after a screening of the movie.

The AsiaBound Program encourages students to have study experiences in Asia.

The group from Flinders is being led by Associate Professor Mike Walsh and will be in Hong Kong for two weeks.

You can see the full version of the newsletter here.

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One thought on “Students ‘star’ at Hong Kong International Film Festival

  1. I am one of Hong Kong international student in Flinders. I just want to say that although the English in the newsletter said that those students are came from Flinders Uni, the chinese words on the newsletter said those students were came from uni of Adelaide.

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