mystery monkeys posterIt’s a story of a family of Yunnan snub-nosed monkeys living in the highest forests in the world produced by award-winning filmmaker Xi Zhinong. A group of filmmakers from Wild China Film Studio, led by Xi, took three years to produce the documentary. It premiered on PBS Nature channel in April, 2015, and was recently released on National Geographic Channel. The Screening will be followed by a Q&A with Xi Zhinong.

Documentary Screening: Mystery Monkeys of Shangri-la

(English narration with Chinese subtitles)

Time: 2:30-4:30pm, 15 Nov 2015 (Sunday)

Venue: CPD-LG.18, Centennial Campus HKU

Enquiries:cmp.hku@gmail.com

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紀錄片放映: 雲上的家庭 

本片記錄了一群居住在滇藏高山的滇金絲猴的故事。該片由獲獎製片人奚志農帶領野性中國工作室團隊製作,歷時三年,于2015年4月在美國公共廣播電視網(PBS)的自然頻道首映,近期在美國國家地理頻道播出。

放映結束後,奚志農將出席見面會。

時間:2015年11月15日(星期日)

(英文旁白,中文字幕)

地點:CPD-LG.18, 香港大學百週年校園

查詢:cmp.hku@gmail.com

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