Time Travel

Direction
Year
2011
Country
  • Macao SAR
Duration
57min
Audio Tracks
Subtitles

Wong Kei, a 25 year-old young man, has given up a stable job in order to pursue his dream with his camera, spending all his time to capture the precious city life. One day, he strolls around in a fish market, where he occasionally meets a fisherwoman. But it wasn’t until later he sees her again in the TV screen talking about her way of living that he feels truly inspired by her lifestyle. Determined to look for her, he begins a journey in which he will meet many old neighborhoods in Macau and learn from them the past and present of the fisherman industry, their everyday lives, and how the fisherman culture have contributed to the present Macau. Dedicated to explore this declining culture in this small city, “Time Travel” literally takes us on a trip in which we may understand the social significance of these common people that we might never have noticed before.

Details

  • Original title
    Time Travel
  • Direction
  • Screenplay
    António Caetano Faria, Carolina Neves Rodrigues
  • Dir. of Photo.
    António Caetano Faria, Carolina Neves Rodrigues
  • Editing
    António Caetano Faria, Carolina Neves Rodrigues
  • Music
    José Borges Chaves
  • Sound
    João Oliveira
  • Duration
    57 min (46-90 min.)
  • Year
    2011
  • Country
    • Macao SAR
  • Colour
    • Colour
  • Production
      • Antonio Caetano Faria / Carolina Neves Rodrigues
      • Dongcheng District, Guloudongdajie, Caochang Dongxiang, n. 10
      • 100009 Beijing
      • China
      • tel: 008613146302177
      • e-mail: carolina119@gmail.com
  • Distribution
      • Antonio Caetano Faria / Carolina Neves Rodrigues
      • Dongcheng District, Guloudongdajie, Caochang Dongxiang, n. 10
      • 100009 Beijing
      • China
      • tel: 008613146302177
      • e-mail: carolina119@gmail.com
  • Festivals
    • Macau International Film and Video Festival 2011
    • Macau China International Digital Cinema Festival 2011
    • Chongqing Independent Film & Video Festival 2011
    • Hong Kong Independent Film Festival 2011-2012
    • PUFF – Portugal Underground Film Festival 2012
  • Awards
    • “Jury’s Award”, Macao Indies, Macau International Film and Video Festival 2011
    • Winner of "Outstanding Film Project", Macau China International Digital Cinema Festival 2011

Comments

In order to add a comment please login or register first.

Doc Alliance Members

Doc Alliance is a creative partnership of 7 key European documentary film festivals. Our aim is to advance the documentary genre, support its diversity and promote quality creative documentary films.