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The 16th Independent Film and Video Award short film festival two nights ago held its premiere at the Hong Kong Art Center. Past winning directors Vincent Chui Wan Shun, Heiward Mak Hei Yan, Stella So Man Yee and others attended. Mak Hei Wa's short film ELEVEN TO SEVEN will also ben screened, as well as Kwok Zune's SINGLE SERVING FRIENDS, Wong Ching Po's JENNY@7-11, Tsui Ka-Hei's TASTE OF LIFE, Chui Wan Shun's X HALF OF THE WORD SHOE, Chan Tsz-Wai's TWO GIRLS IN A NIGHT, So Man-Yee's 7-WISHES.
ELEVEN TO SEVEN's star Kate Yeung Kei two nights ago also attended. She said that recently she went to work in Taiwan. In June she will publish her first work about her thoughts and friends' experiences. Would she write her mentor Sylvia Chang (Cheung Ngai Ga) and elder
Angelica Lee Sinjie's love stories? She said that she did not know, but when she signed with a new Taiwan management company she asked her mentor for an opinion and she was willing to let her go. She also revealed that lately she has been busy with Taiwan television and film work. Although she knew that the Taiwan film market was not as thriving as Hong Kong's, fortunately it had a youth market and she would like to make more attempts while she was young. Would she settle down and meet a guy in Taiwan? She said that dating would come naturally but she thought about buy a home there. She also said that she was not as pampered as Taiwan girls but she was direct.