We welcomed our guests and exceptional filmmakers to our premier at the Hong Kong Science Museum. Keep reading so that you’re in the know about our star-studded soiree!
If you’re reading this, you probably didn’t get your hands on an all-access pass to the LomoKino Festival .
The sun has gone down and moon has come out. Local Lomographers and A-list celebrities have plagued Tsim Sha Tsui East for the hottest party in town.
We welcome a night of analogue, glamour, cinema, and luxury as we celebrate the art of LomoKino filmmaking at the Hong Kong Science Museum. The LomoKino Festival – The Creative Odyssey Premiere is unmistakably the place to be.
We are pleased to introduce our talented filmmakers, Heison Ng, Jessie Tsang & Lee Kai Ho, Yamanyamo, No.6 @ RubberBand, Papajay, students from Baptist University & Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity and the winners of our LomoKino Competition. They had their hands full, signing autographs, and answering questions at our opening reception.
Whether the guests are sharing a glass of Appletiser sparkling juice or rubbing shoulders with industry professionals – they are bound to have a great time. After a couple of drinks, Lomographers have cozied up together rather quickly.
They’ve also grabbed their fifteen minutes of fame and had a chance to strike a pose against our media wall. We’ve also spotted guests sporting their very own LomoKinos or Lomography Cameras at the reception!
Even a couple of lucky guests had the chance of being featured in one of our upcoming videos! We had such an awesome time with our filmmakers and local Lomographers. Be sure to keep reading for other upcoming events and exclusives on our online magazine!
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