The Hong Kong Film Festival lineup was released today.
This year's 17-day festival runs from March 17-April 2.
Opening this year's festival is Herman Yau's "Ip Man - The Final Fight," his follow-up to 2010's "The Legend is Born: Ip Man."
The movie stars Anthony Wong Chau Sang in the title role, as an aging Ip Man in 1950s Hong Kong, where he is forced to take on one final opponent against a backdrop of social upheaval.
This year's festival will also feature the inclusion of eight winners fresh from the 63rd Berlin Film Festival, together with two nominees for Best Foreign Language Film at the Oscars this year.
The two nominees for Best Foreign Language Film in the 85th Academy Awards are Pablo Larrain’s "No" and Kim Nguyen’s "War Witch."
"No" is a riveting political thriller that follows an advertising executive who must use his product-selling savvy to sell a democracy campaign against Pinochet’s dictatorship in Chile.
"War Witch" is described as a harrowing and poignant coming-of-age story of an abducted child soldier in a central African country.
This year's Hong Kong Film Festival will screen over 300 titles from 68 countries and regions.
For more info visit: http://www.hkiff.org.hk/eng/main.html