Making Waves 2022 was such an successful event. We have had almost full house everyday and grabbed lots of attention from local media and professionals from Danish Industry. 

Hong Kong Economy and Trade office London attended the openning ceremony together with the Cultural Counselor from the Chinese Embassy in Denmark, Director of China Culture Center in Copenhagen, and the Director of Hong Kong Trade Association in Denmark. 

We are looking forward for 2023 and hope to see you all in Copenhagen! It is going to be an even greater event! 


26 Aug


VIP Event

Opening Film

18:45 – 21:17

Anita (2021) 2H17

The life of Anita Mui, chronicling her journey from a child performer to becoming one of world’s most recognized music icons.

Director: Lok Man Leung

27 Aug


3 screenings

Film Lover Event

13:00 – 14:35

Rouge (1987) 1H33

Fleur (Anita Mui) is a highly sought-after courtesan working the bordellos of 1930s Hong Kong when she meets Chan (Leslie Cheung), the heir to a successful pharmacy franchise, and they fall in love. Chan risks losing the support and rank of his family by staying with Fleur, however, so they agree to meet in the afterlife after a suicide pact. When Fleur can’t find Chan, she decides to return to the living half a century later to search for her missing lover.

Director: Stanley Kwan

16:00 – 17:38

One Second Champion (2020) 1H38

How much difference does one second make? Can it be the difference between life and death? A loser single father learns that lesson the hard way when he becomes gifted with the power of seeing one second into the future. When his ability is exposed, a boxing buff persuades him to use his power in the boxing ring. After reviving Hong Kong’s vampire genre as the co-director of VAMPIRE CLEANUP DEPARTMENT, Chiu Sin-hang (also the lead vocalist of local band ToNick) combines the boxing genre with a refreshing dash of fantasia in his thrilling solo directorial effort.

Director: Sin-Hang Chiu

19:00 – 20:41

Hand Rolled Cigarette (2020) 1H41

A former British Colonial soldier in Hong Kong becomes caught in a triad manhunt when he takes in an ethnic South Asian man carrying a bag of stolen drugs. Forced to live under the same roof, the two men transcend their differences.

Director: Kin Long Chan

28 Aug


3 screenings

Film Lover Event

13:00 – 14:32

Men on the dragon (2018) 1H32

A group of four telecommunications employees at Pegasus Broadband, headlined by Francis Ng in his most charming role in recent memory, begrudgingly join the company dragon boat team hoping such a pledge of loyalty will keep them immune from encroaching layoffs. Under the tutelage of the pretty young no-nonsense coach, Dorothy (Jennifer Yu) they learn not just how to really race, but also to confront their own impending mid-life crises. From nagging families and infidelity to unrequited love and elusive Andy Lau concert tickets, myriad demons are exorcised as our bungling protagonists overcome the odds and take charge in this life-affirming comedy-drama.

Director: Sunny Chan

16:00 – 17:39

TIME (2021) 1H39

Once famous for his quick blade, a retired assassin can no longer earn a living with his cut-throat skills. Summoned again, he partners with his chauffeur to carry out special missions – fullfilling the wishes of old people looking to kill themselves. When commissioned by a young girl who has been deserted by her parents and lover, the “Elderly’s Angel” squad finds an arresting way to complete its task.

Director: Tsz Pun Ko

19:00 – 20:58

LIMBO (2021) 1H58

Rookie policeman Will Ren and his partner, the veteran cop Cham Lau, are pursuing an obsessive and especially brutal murderer of women.

Director: Soi Cheang