Olivia G, Jad Baghdadi, Victoria Shum
Department of International Relations
Short Film Prize Winner
The film explores the perspectives of Hong Kong and Mainland Chinese students in London regarding the ongoing protest in Hong Kong. The protest has been ongoing for several months and has gathered international attention. London has become a popular platform for voicing both support and criticism towards the protest.
This short film is dedicated to studying the different opinions on the Hong Kong protest in order to achieve better mutual understanding and reconciliation between the two sides.
Acknowledgements: This film was made for the course IR318: Visual International Politics, taught at LSE by William A. Callahan and Darren Moon.