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Canadian photographer Greg Girard is paying homage to his beloved Hong Kong in May with a one-day live event comprising a photography exhibition that also includes a performance by an experimental post-punk band with a loyal following in the city.

“Greg Girard: Hong Kong Made Me,” which takes place on May 11 at the M+ museum of visual culture in West Kowloon, showcases Girard’s photos, many taken in the 1980s and 1990s, alongside archival materials from other Hong Kong film-set photographers.

The collection recalls the heyday of the city’s film industry and highlights the often-overlooked artistry of still photography in film production.

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