The Hong Kong Film Archive is an institution dedicated to the collection, preservation and screening of Hong Kong films. It is also a repository of books, magazines, articles and audio-visual collections about everything related the local film-making industry.
The archive is housed in a modern 4-storey building with state-of-the-art facilities located at 50 Lei King Road in Sai Wan Ho, Hong Kong Island. It was first opened to the public in 2001 and have since held screenings of local classic films. It also regularly hosts exhibitions and seminars to promote Hong Kong's film culture.
Film screenings are held at the archive's 125-seat cinema. The exhibition hall at the ground floor currently showcases the secrets of the glamorous Hong Kong film industry. The Resource Centre at the third floor provides an extensive collection of books, scripts, magazines, audio-visual presentations and other related materials about the movie industry in general.
The archive is open daily from 10am to 8pm. Entrance to the exhibition hall and resource center is free of charge. Film screenings take place throughout the day at regular intervals. Admission fees apply.
To get to the Hong Kong Film Archive, take MTR to Sai Wan Ho Station, get out at Exit A and walk through Tai On Street to Lei King Road for about five minutes.