Hong Kong Film Critics Society

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The Hong Kong Film Critics Society (HKFCS; Traditional Chinese: 香港電影評論學會), founded in 1995, is the peak organization of film critics and professionals in Hong Kong. It is also a member of FIPRESCI.


The objectives of the Hong Kong Film Critics Society are:

  • to unite all critics who share our common goal;
  • to foster an independent spirit of film criticism;
  • to encourage critical writing on Hong Kong cinema from the perspectives of culture and art;
  • to reaffirm the achievements of Hong Kong cinema.[1]


The society also places great value on its quarterly journal HKinema, launched in 2007.


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