Cover The 1931 Café at Golden Scene Cinema. Photo: Courtesy of Jaeger-LeCoultre

Celebrate Cinematic Moments This September At Golden Scene Cinema

In partnership with Jaeger-LeCoultre and Golden Scene Cinema, Tatler invites you to relive the timeless stories of Hong Kong cinema. From September 9 to 15, Golden Scene Cinema will transform into the 1931 Café—a space that reflects the Art Deco aesthetic of the iconic Reverso watch, celebrating its 90th anniversary this year.

Continuing Jaeger-LeCoultre's commitment to the cinematic arts, four restored classic Chinese films—The Spring River Flows East, A Better Tomorrow, C’est La Vie, Mon Cheri and Flowers of Shanghai—will make their 4K debut this September.

The weeklong celebration also includes a host of panel discussions, featuring industry insiders and leading cultural critics, as well as an immersive art installation Spacetime by American artist Michael Murphy. Guests will delight in a range of fresh pastries prepared by Paris-based pâtissier, Nina Métayer.

See the list below for scheduled events taking place at Golden Scene Cinema

Thursday, September 9

  • Talk: Producers’ Roundtable (7:30pm)

 

Friday, September 10

  • Film Screening: Flowers of Shanghai (2pm)
  • Film Screening: A Better Tomorrow (5pm)
  • Talk: Movie Documentaries (7:30pm)
  • Film Screening: C’est La Vie, Mon Cheri (8pm)
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Saturday, September 11

  • Film Screening: Flowers of Shanghai (11:30am)
  • Film Screening: C’est La Vie, Mon Cheri (2:30pm)
  • Talk: The Past & Future of Cinema (3pm)
  • Film Screening: A Better Tomorrow (5pm)
  • Film Screening: C’est La Vie, Mon Cheri (7:30pm)

 

Sunday, September 12

  • Film Screening: A Better Tomorrow (11:30am)
  • Film Screening: C’est La Vie, Mon Cheri (2pm)
  • Talk: Directing & Storytelling (2:30pm)
  • Film Screening: The Spring River Flows East (4:30pm)

Monday, September 13

  • Film Screening: A Better Tomorrow (2pm)
  • Film Screening: C’est La Vie, Mon Cheri (5pm)
  • Talk: Art Direction in Films (7:30pm)
  • Film Screening: A Better Tomorrow (8pm)

 

Tuesday, September 14

  • Film Screening: A Better Tomorrow (11:30am)
  • Film Screening: A Better Tomorrow (2pm)
  • Film Screening: C’est La Vie, Mon Cheri (4:30pm)
  • Talk: Diversity in Hong Kong Cinema (7pm)
  • Film Screening: Flowers of Shanghai (7:30pm)

 

Wednesday, September 15

  • Film Screening: C’est La Vie, Mon Cheri (11:30am)
  • Film Screening: Flowers of Shanghai (5pm)
  • Talk: The Value of Work (7:30pm)
  • Film Screening: C’est La Vie, Mon Cheri (8pm)

Tickets are open to the public on a first-come, first-serve basis. Click here for more information and to register for tickets. 

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