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Lo: It was unexpected that the “Vanished Archives” was rejected by the Hong Kong International Film Festival.

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Documentary film director Connie Lo Yan-wai spent four years to produce the film “Vanished Achieves”, which is about the 1967 Leftist Riots in Hong Kong.  
Documentary film director Connie Lo Yan-wai spent four years to produce the film “Vanished Achieves”, which is about the 1967 Leftist Riots in Hong Kong.  
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The film has been rejected by the Hong Kong International Film Festival and failed to get screening. “We all felt unexpected, but it may screen in another film festival,” Lo said.  
The film has been rejected by the Hong Kong International Film Festival and failed to get screening. “We all felt unexpected, but it may screen in another film festival,” Lo said.  
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“This film is to record the history. I will never let it disappear silently,” Lo explained. She added that the film was “a gift for Hong Kong citizens” and people should respect the history.  
“This film is to record the history. I will never let it disappear silently,” Lo explained. She added that the film was “a gift for Hong Kong citizens” and people should respect the history.  
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During the research procedure, Lo discovered that many useful files were missing. She thought the disappearance was questionable. She was curious why there were plenty of information about June Fourth Incident but none were related to The Hong Kong 1967 Leftist Riots. Lo used eight months to find out some of the files in the United Kingdom eventually.
During the research procedure, Lo discovered that many useful files were missing. She thought the disappearance was questionable. She was curious why there were plenty of information about June Fourth Incident but none were related to The Hong Kong 1967 Leftist Riots. Lo used eight months to find out some of the files in the United Kingdom eventually.
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--[[使用者:145136|145136]] 2017年4月20日 (四) 02:17 (CST)
--[[使用者:145136|145136]] 2017年4月20日 (四) 02:17 (CST)
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1. The writing is clear. but the story lacks a key point to make.
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2. the missing files sound the better angle. you can lead with that, with elaborations such as archives she could get, archives law etc. then deal with other points such as HKIFF.

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By Chan Yiu 19 April 2017


Documentary film director Connie Lo Yan-wai spent four years to produce the film “Vanished Achieves”, which is about the 1967 Leftist Riots in Hong Kong.

The film has been rejected by the Hong Kong International Film Festival and failed to get screening. “We all felt unexpected, but it may screen in another film festival,” Lo said.

“This film is to record the history. I will never let it disappear silently,” Lo explained. She added that the film was “a gift for Hong Kong citizens” and people should respect the history.

During the research procedure, Lo discovered that many useful files were missing. She thought the disappearance was questionable. She was curious why there were plenty of information about June Fourth Incident but none were related to The Hong Kong 1967 Leftist Riots. Lo used eight months to find out some of the files in the United Kingdom eventually.


--145136 2017年4月20日 (四) 02:17 (CST)

72 marks

1. The writing is clear. but the story lacks a key point to make. 2. the missing files sound the better angle. you can lead with that, with elaborations such as archives she could get, archives law etc. then deal with other points such as HKIFF.

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