Fight for Show!
Supported by the Labour and Welfare Bureau’s Community Investment and Inclusion Fund (CIIF), and jointly organised by Newzpire Limited and Active Concept Limited, the programme allows students to learn by experience through “Edutainment”, with a network of different schools, companies and social platforms. From 2018 to 2020, 20 “Teen Production Studios “ were set up in local schools in Hong Kong.
The Teen Production Studios are under the guidance of up-and-coming directors. Each one worked on a five-minute mini-drama on the themes of mental health, ethnicity, technology, disability and intergenerational inclusion. The stories are based on real-life cases referred by welfare organisations. The 20 mini-dramas are showcased on social platforms, roadshows in schools and corporate and community screenings. Selected works have entered into local and international film festivals, including: Copenhagen Web Fest、Busan International Kids and Youth Film Festival “Ready~Action!” Competition, San Bernardino Valley College International Student Film Festival, First-Time Filmmaker Sessions, Ufa Youth Short Film Festival, Shorties Film Festival, KinoDuel International Film Festival.
Through the production of these videos, the programme aims to let secondary school students delve into their communities, learn about social inclusion issues first-hand and think deeply about them. They have to work as a team and use their creativity to solve the various problems that might arise during the process, enhancing their problem-solving abilities as preparation to overcome the many challenges that life will throw at them in the future.
emerging director teams up with teaching assistants from tertiary education organizations and works with 4 “Teen Production Studios” to produce a mini-drama
social Inclusion topics as the themes of the mini-drama: Mental Health, Digital Integration, Racial, Disability and Inter-generational Inclusion
schools form a "Teen Production Studios"
students working in the “Teen Production Studios”, producing 5-min mini-drama
minutes in total duration for all 20 mini-drama, which will be combined into series
Digital Integration Inclusion
Mental Health Inclusion
Professional Coaching Team
TV & Film Director, winner of the 36th Hong Kong Film Awards for Best Picture and Best Director with the film “Trivisa”. His earliest short films “Variable” which won the Excellence Award in the 31st Tokyo JVC Video Festival and Special Mention at the 13th Hong Kong Independent Short Film and Video Awards, whereas “The Decision Moment” won Best Cinematography award at the Fresh Wave 2010.
Vicky Wai-kit Wong
Director Chan graduated from HKBU’s School of Communication, Film and TV Concentration, the screenwriter for “The Way We Dance” and the “Ip Man” film series.
First time director for the movie “Tomorrow Is Another Day” in 2017 and was nominated for the 37th Hong Kong Film Award for Best New Director, and Teresa Mo won the Best Actress award.
Hong Kong Film and Television Director and Screenwriter. His works include “Accident”, “Motorway”, “SPL II” and “The Monkey King” series. Most recent work as the Producer for “I'm Living It”.
An Indian film director, who works in the Telugu film industry, directed 3 horror-thriller films; Bhoo (2014), Sasesham (2016) and Devi Sri Prasad (2017). He lives in Hong Kong now and works as a Bollywood dance instructor.
Music Director, 3-time winners for the Hong Kong Film Award's Best Original Film Score with “The Way We Dance”, “She Remembers, He Forgets” and “Weeds on Fire”
Luk is a cross-media actor, emcee, film and theatre director. He directed and acted in a screenplay he wrote “After that…” and won The Excellence Award in the 6th Beijing International Microfilm Festival and 100 Most Influential Young People in the Movie Industry. Luk’s microfilm “Love Heals our Mind”, starring Elena Kong, Yan Ng and Lam Yiu Sing, was shortlisted in the 7th China International Microfilm Festival.
Leung graduated from Digital Media Department of Hong Kong Poly University and won multiple International Awards with his debut film “GwanGong VS Alien”. “Hong Kong Master” is his production later. Leung focuses on online media creation while working as director for TV commercials and online short films. He specializes in special effects and animations and dreams to be a master in special effect and sci-fi segment.
Yuen is a member of the Hong Kong Film Director's Guild. He worked in television stations and COO of Commercial Radio's Video Department. Later he found the Playhard Studio in 2013 and works on microfilms, commercials, TV programs, documentaries and music videos etc. His specialties are directing, cinematography and editing. His latest work is RTHK's “Kendo Girl” and “The Delivery”.
Ng won the Best Cinematography Award (Student Division) in Fresh Wave 2010 with “Meeting of the Half Moons”, nominated for Best Short Film in Taiwan’s Golden Horse Film Festival. “Rest in Pending” was under his directing, featured in Fresh Wave 2014 and the Venice Biennale International Architecture Exhibition Hong Kong Exhibition. He works in TV, Radio, film and advertising, screenwriting and directing.
Chris Ho-yin Ng
Hong Kong Ten Outstanding Young Persons Awardee, theatre & movie screenwriter, director, educator, chairwoman and lead actress of Independent theatre house FM Theatre Power. Her first short drama “1+1” was awarded Best Film in Fresh Wave International Short Film Exhibition and Gold Award in ifva (Public Division). She later released “N+N”, a featured film of “1+1” and won 10 international awards.
Mo Yan-chi Lai
Phase 1: Mental Health Inclusion
CCC Tam Lee Lai Fun Memorial Secondary School
Kwai Chung Methodist College
Lingnan Hang Yee Memorial
Phase 2: Digital Integration Inclusion
C.C.C. Fong Yun Wah Secondary School
TWGHs Sun Hoi Directors' College
Old Boys' Association
PLK Yao Ling Sun College
Phase 3: Racial Inclusion
Leung Chik Wai College
Caritas St. Joseph Secondary School
Tung Chung Catholic School
Phase 4: Disability Inclusion
TWGHs S C Gaw
HKBU Affiliated School
Wong Kam Fai
Secondary and Primary School
PLK Lee Shing Pik College
Chan Sui Ki
(La Salle) College
Phase 5: Intergenerational Inclusion
LKWFSL Lau Wong Fat Secondary School
Confucian Tai Shing
Ho Kwok Pui Chun College
SKH St. Benedict's School
HKTA The Yuen Yuen Institute No.3 Secondary School
Educational and Social Entities
(In no particular order)
New Life Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association
The Wellness Centre
Neighborhood of Wellness - Sailing into Happiness
Better SHA Teen Café
"Brotherhood for Life" Project
Chinese YMCA of Hong Kong
"Seed of Social Integration" a Multiethnic Project of Social Capital Development
Hong Kong Young Women's Christian Association
Network Village Network Love
Direction Association For The Handicapped
Talents Across Ages
The Hong Kong Society for the Deaf
Hong Kong PHAB Association
Forget Thee Not
Early Psychosis Foundation
Higher Education Institutions
(In no particular order)
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Introduction of Community Investment and Inclusion Fund
Community Investment and Inclusion Fund (CIIF) was set up by the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region in 2002 to implement diversified social capital development projects in the community, promote reciprocity between the public and different sectors, and build together cross-sectoral collaborative platforms and social support networks. The Fund seeks to build social capital – to garner mutual trust, spirit of cooperation and social cohesion, and enhance mutual support among individuals, families and organisations so that our community can grow from strength to strength.
Energise the Community
Build a Caring Society !
Labour and Welfare Bureau CIIF Secretariat
Planner organizations are awarded with "Social Capital Builder Awards 2020 - Social Captial Builder Logo Award" by Community Investment and Inclusion Fund.
(In no particular order)
WITH FULL SUPPORT
Fight For Show! Brand Image
“Fight for Show!” is a video production project based on the community itself. In each phase, we select a group of people from a particular segment, in the process of producing the video, they could know more about the society. In 2018 - 2020, we recruited 600 secondary school students to work on their mini-drama with the theme of social inclusion. The most iconic thing of the Fight for Show logo is the cinema-like projection effect; the big projection represents the world seen by the students, and the clashing colours represent the social inclusion theme. We believe that meshing different cultures together could bring new ideas and colours to society, and could achieve harmony ultimately.
Designer：Mr. Wan Wai Nang
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