When the freedoms and uniqueness of Hong Kong are threatened by a proposed extradition bill, protesters, using a range of resourcefulness and creativity, come together to defend their city and their beliefs.
Faceless, a testament to the power of unity and the value of community, is a documentary by first-time director Jennifer Ngo. The film intimately portrays four young Hong Kong protestors as they move through the frontlines of the pro-democracy movement in their city.
I was honored to consult and provide additional editing for this film produced by Lorraine Ma and edited by Sam Rong. Faceless had its premiere at the 2021 Hot Docs Canadian International Film Festival and will be distributed worldwide by Dogwoof.