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Hong Kong

OCTAVE

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Inspired by early filmmakers like Eadweard Muybridge, James Medcraft created his hypnotic short film by slicing imagery captured from a moving vehicle in Hong Kong. Like reassembling slivers of shredded paper, he creates a work of art from what would otherwise be mundane imagery.

The Block Tower

The Block Tower

If you’ve been to Hong Kong, you know the city is packed with tall and skinny apartment buildings. Filmmaker Toby Harriman captured aerial images of these immense housing structures, leaving us to imagine the lives of the millions inside. Still photos and prints here.

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Candy Delivery Drone

Candy Delivery Drone

An autonomous drone delivers a chocolate bar across Hong Kong. YouTuber Sky Frog explains that it wasn’t a simple process. Read his guide on the video’s description to find out how complicated it actually was.

Drone over Hong Kong

Drone over Hong Kong

Team BlackSheep took their Discovery PRO first-person quadcopter into the skies in the remote outskirts of Hong Kong for a stunning view of its incredibly green mountains and spectacular scenery surrounding the area. More here.

Paper Effigies

Paper Effigies

Au Yeung Ping Chi’s papercraft items are burned at grave sites to be “delivered” to the dead. For those who died young, Au Yeung makes effigies of gadgets and designer shwag.

Blu-ray: 14 Blades

Blu-ray: 14 Blades
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Daniel Lee’s weapon-filled martial arts spectacular was nominated for best action choreography and sound design at the Hong Kong film awards. Now own it in all its blood-splattered 1080p, 7.1 glory.

1 Apartment, 24 Rooms

1 Apartment, 24 Rooms

This Hong Kong architect managed to cram 24 different living spaces into his 344 square foot apartment through a clever system of moving walls. There’s even a home theater.

His Majesty’s Secret Service

His Majesty’s Secret Service

On His Majesty’s Secret Service is exactly why we love HK cinema: few places have so thoroughly embraced slapstick humor that your comprehension of Cantonese purely optional.

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