u-a-c prize winner wins again: most important film award of asia

Zune KWOK (Hong Kong) is one of the five directors of the winner film '10 YEARS'

The controversial low budget film '10 YEARS' wins Best Film Award at the 35. HONG KONG FILM AWARDS (2016). The five-part film, each directed by different people, is made of five vignettes that tap residents' worst fears for the future of Hong Kong as Beijings' grip tightens. Zune KWOKS short film 'A Day in a Life' was awarded the International Young Film Makers Award at the 10. up-and-coming International Film Festival Hannover (2009). Zune KWOK is a member of MASTERCLASSfilm.