Hong Kong Song
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Cahen writes that Hong Kong Song is an exploration of "the sonic identity of Hong Kong, its space and architecture. Modern China merges with ancient China; the reality of this city sounds and resounds from image to image, revealing a multi-faceted vision". Produced within the context of Urbasonic 88, an artistic and scientific project of the French research studio Espaces Nouveaux, this work manifests Hong Kong's frenetic urban rythms, its people, and its natural environment through a synergy of time and space, aural and visual textures.

Awards and mentions
First Prize
Locarno International Film Festival
1989
1989
France
20:39
Original language
No dialogue

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Credits

Direction
Robert Cahen
Editing
Ermeline Le Mézo
Photography
Stéphane Huter
Sound
Françis Wargnier
Production
Serge Com
La Sept
FR3
Institut National de l'audiovisuel (INA)

Technical information

Color
Color
Sound
Stereo

Documentation

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Keywords
Impression, Observation, Architecture